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Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network

The Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network is a coalition of businesses and civic groups that is running a public information campaign to educate voters about a July 2012 transportation referrendum.

Recent statements involving Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network

"[O]ver 200,000 ordinary citizens were given the opportunity to identify projects they preferred."

Metro Atlantans spend "over an hour every day" or "five hours a week" commuting, for a total of "260 hours a year."

Recent stories featuring Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network

The Transportation Tax – Truth, Lies and Gridlock :

As the referendum on a tax to fund transportation projects for metro Atlanta nears, our fact check tally rises. 

Your PolitiFact Georgia scribes have completed nearly two dozen fact checks on Tuesday's referendum, which has made bedfellows out of earstwhile enemies.  The Sierra Club has joined forces with members of Georgia's Tea Party to oppose the measure, while Chamber of Commerce-types have allied with sustainability advocates to rally for it.

Want to comment on our findings? It's easy. Just go to our Facebook page and hit the "like" button. And you are free to express yourself, pro or con.

Those for and against the one-percent tax increase say that the facts and figures are on their side. Sometimes they are. Other times they aren’t.

We'll tell you who's right in this roundup of our rulings.

And check back soon. We'll post more as we write new stories.

Here’s how both sides have fared so far:

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