November 4th Election Matters

Study: Georgia opting out of Medicaid expansion carries heavy price tag Published: August 11, 2014 Georgia would lose $33.7 billion during the next decade by not expanding Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act, according to a nonprofit social and economic research organization. View full article http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/blog/capitol_vision/2014/08/study-georgia-opting-out-of-medicaid-expansion.html

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November 4th is a Critical Election Day

The November 4th election provides an opportunity to elect leaders who better reflect the diversity of Georgia. Will we do it? It is up to you. Currently, Republicans control 2/3 of the House and Senate and all Constitutional offices in Georgia. Democrats have selected a diverse slate of candidates who can move us toward the …

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Your Vote Counts Democratic Primary Run Off July 22, 2014 Several important races will be determined on July 22. Early voting has already begun. Click here for a sample Democratic ballot. http://fultoncountyga.gov/images/stories/RAE/2014/Elect/GPSE/DemocraticSB.pdf We will choose between Democratic candidates Valerie Wilson and Alisha Thomas for Georgia’s Superintendent of Schools. We will also choose the 5th District …

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Vote in the May 20 Primary

Please vote in the upcoming Primary election. Take advantage of the opportunity to select who represents you in the Georgia House and Senate, on the Fulton County Commission, and in the US House and Senate. Fulton County Judges will also be elected at this time even though they are nonpartisan. Click here to see a …

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Register by Monday to Vote in May 20 Georgia Primary

Register to Vote before Monday for May 20 Georgia Primary The 2014 Georgia primary elections will be held Tuesday, May 20. The deadline to register to vote in the primary is Monday, April 21. Visit http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/Elections/register_to_vote for information on registering to vote if you or someone you know is not currently registered. Early voting for …

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