Austerity cuts have existed since 2003
This year’s state budget and my spending proposal for Fiscal Year 2016 represent an infusion of more than $1 billion in additional money for K-12 education.
What's the answer for failing schools?
Ninety-six percent of failing schools are spending above $8,400, the average annual per student expenditure, and 26 percent spend considerably more than that.
Deal also pushed for the cuts
Says restoring Georgia pre-k to a 180-day program was a "real result" of his leadership.
Still need a vote
"During my administration, funding for education has increased by over $930 million."
Doesn't quite get the job done
The state of Georgia lost 16 percent of its employees last year, and that percentage has risen over the past three years.
Taxpayers are "on the hook ... for less than a third" of the proposed new Atlanta Falcons stadium, and those funds are "repaid from money that comes from outsiders."
More information needed for complete picture
The Georgia Department of Economic Development assisted with the creation of 28,776 jobs, an increase of 29 percent from last fiscal year, and $5.97 billion in investments, a 32 percent increase.
It could be, but research is thin
The planned expansion of Savannah’s port is a "jobs creating project."
Yes and no
"Over the last 10 years, Georgia's public health has declined."
Does Deal ad mislead voters about Barnes immigration stance?
"Roy Barnes proclaimed Mexican workers good for Georgia."
Or maybe $2.4 billion. Or $600 million. Or...
"Illegal aliens are costing Georgia taxpayers over a billion dollars every year."
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