A national organization says Georgia has one of America’s toughest ethics laws.
"[State Rep. Doug McKillip’s] donors deserve a refund."
"[Georgia] Republicans have mismanaged unemployment benefits."
State House incumbent Jill Chambers, R-Atlanta, "personally profits from taxpayer money."
Claims that Rep. Sanford Bishop votes similar to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are "inaccurate."
Republican candidate for governor Nathan Deal "explicitly voted to fund abortions ..."
Some city of Atlanta employees "have not had raises in eight years."
Says his GOP challenger, Doug MacGinnitie, "hadn’t voted in a Republican primary for almost 20 years until 2008.
When he worked for AT&T, he "was responsible for large parts in a $5 billion organization."
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is a "career politician."
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