Monday, December 22nd, 2014

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials's file

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials
Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials is based in Atlanta. They aim to increase the presence of Latinos in politics and address the needs of the community. 

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials's statements by ruling

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Recent statements involving Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials

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Recent stories featuring Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials

PolitiFact checks out toll roads, chickens

Last week, PolitiFact Georgia did its fair share of cluck-clucking.

Claims about a proposed immigration measure, a reading of the U.S. Constitution by the backer of a "birther" bill and a take on federal law about the U.S. Supreme Court all ruffled the Truth-O-Meter’s feathers.

We also updated the progress Gov. Nathan Deal made on his promise to end the Ga. 400 tolls and discerned whether a candidate for Gwinnett County chairman was a faux chicken farmer -- the accuser laid an egg on that one.  

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