Could bad news on the jobs front give the transporation vote a boost?
The state of Georgia has lost 200,000 total jobs and 50,000 construction jobs since May 2007.
Blame it on the feds.
Federal regulations required the changes to Georgia's driver’s license renewal process.
Strange but true
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
"The Republican from Georgia [U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston], he hasn’t even been to a NASCAR race."
Senator hits target
The fastest-rising expense in the U.S. Defense Department is health care.
There's lots and lots of 'em
"The federal government owns tens of thousands of properties that are vacant or underused."
Order on the bench!
The U.S. Supreme Court has not traditionally asked a lot of questions during oral arguments.
No lobbying needed to get a True on this claim
Georgia is one of three states that "effectively have no regulations whatsoever on lobbyists giving to legislators."
Politicians got an ear full
Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network
"[O]ver 200,000 ordinary citizens were given the opportunity to identify projects they preferred."
Sad, but true
"More children die in agricultural jobs than in any other industry."
No false tax for this claim
The changes to Georgia’s tax and fee structure "is an overall tax cut."
Super wealth goes to super PACs
"In the last two years, super PACs raised more than $180 million -- with roughly half of it coming from fewer than 200 super-rich people and roughly 20 percent from corporations."
Newt goes back in time
Sixteen million jobs were created under Ronald Reagan's presidency.
No mistrial for this claim
"Our small staff of 51 is still fewer than we had a decade ago, yet our caseload -- like that of other courts -- has grown."
No voter fraud with this claim.
The Georgia Secretary of State's Office and the Georgia State Elections Board investigate and penalize hundreds of people guilty of election fraud.
"One out of every three automobile fatalities can be attributed to alcohol."
Deal claim on the mark
"Right now in Georgia, nearly one in three leaving our prisons are re-convicted within three years."
Nothing to brag about for Georgia
Georgia’s unemployment rate has exceeded the national rate for 50 consecutive months.
Warrants aren't there
City of Atlanta
A database police use to look up wanted suspects excludes certain warrants issued by Atlanta Municipal Court.
Second time's the charm for Santorum on this claim
Says the unemployment rate for college graduates is 4.4 percent and over 10 percent for noncollege-educated.
Georgia #1 in the wrong ranking.
Georgia has had ʺmore bank failures than any other state.ʺ
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