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David Perdue said he’d raise taxes.

U.S. Senate candidate Jack Kingston "requested more earmarks than any other GA Congressman and all GA GOP members combined."

U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn has avoided taking a stand on Obamacare.

"There’s $30 billion in expansion funds that we’ve paid – it’s our money and Nathan Deal wants Washington to keep it."

It would be illegal for the Fulton County Commission to raise the county tax rate.

More than 1.5 million people moved into Georgia between the past two Census counts, and a majority consider themselves, African-American, Latino or Asian-American.

Jason Carter supports using Georgia tax dollars to promote Obamacare    

"We’ve got an average of 5,600 soldiers committing suicide. That’s about 20 a day."

"The numbers make it clear that Georgia voters are increasingly taking advantage of early voting opportunities."

State Rep. Elena Parent "supported Governor Nathan Deal’s plan to slash the HOPE scholarship."  

Roughly 500,000 Georgians -- or about 5 percent of the state’s residents -- have gone through a background check to legally obtain a Georgia weapons carry license.

The Cathedral of Christ the King is one of the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s largest and fastest-growing parishes.                                                                                                              

"I am the only senator who turned down the state pension plan for part-time legislators."

Atlanta is the No. 1 trading point for sexual slavery in America. Between 100 and 200 girls are sold into slavery in Atlanta every month.

Women are paid 77 cents for every $1 men get for the same work.

"Georgia has the nation's fifth largest Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition program, serving more than 270,000 mothers, babies and children every day."

"In order to pass the CRCT in Georgia, you simply have to get half of the answers correct."

The Austin Independent School District’s graduation rate reached an all-time high of 82.5 percent in 2012.

Georgia has recovered more than $60 million that was lost to Medicaid fraud

Says some Georgians can get health insurance for $105 a month.  

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