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Women still do not get paid as much as men, even "for the same work, period."

Says Michelle Nunn has acknowledged allowing a convicted felon to hold a fundraiser for her.

"Federal investigators found a company that (David Perdue) ran discriminated against women -- paid them less than men for the same work."  

In Georgia, Perdue’s company closed plants and moved jobs to China.

Thomas Jefferson said, "That government is best which governs the least, because its people discipline themselves."  

Each Georgia taxpayer would have to send $5,000 to the treasury to cover the state’s debt.

Points of Light is  "the world’s largest volunteer organization."

David Perdue led efforts to ship thousands of jobs overseas.

Jason Carter backed three of Nathan Deal’s budgets but accuses the governor of "underfunding education."

Says David Perdue made tens of millions of dollars piling a firm with billions in debt.

Kasim Reed has kept every promise he made as a candidate.

"There are only about 10 people in the United States Senate who have any real business experience."

"The minimum number of infrastructure (needs) in Atlanta is $900 million."

Michelle Nunn’s "foundation directed grants to an Islamic group tied to radical terrorists."  

  Gwinnett County government has made "significant cutbacks in staffing."

Since 1999, 440 people have been killed in attacks on church property in the United States.  

Says Jason Carter has "gotten David Axelrod to come down and be his campaign advisor."  

Brookhaven homeowners pay hundreds of dollars less in property taxes compared with owners of the same-value homes in unincorporated DeKalb County.

U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn "earned as much as $300,000 running a nonprofit that had laid off 90 workers."

Jeff Mann has an ethics complaint against him alleging he used county workers for campaign work, which is an indictable offense.

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