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Did partisan $$$ swing non-partisan mayor’s race?

Did partisan $$$ swing non-partisan mayor's race?
September 12, 2010 --

Countless Atlantans volunteered for Kasim Reed last fall, helping a second-place candidate win the top job in city government. But, in a tight nonpartisan race, partisan campaigning may have been the critical ingredient that vaulted him past Mary Norwood. The Georgia Democratic Party spent at least $165,000 to attack her and contribute to an unprecedented 8 percent jump […]

Aug. 16

August 16, 2009 --

Screws tight on Georgia banks Refunds promised for gas gouging rare Imperial Sugar executive says CEO tried to shush her Richmond County Circuit turns again to senior judges on taxpayers’ dime Columbus denied $5.5M from stimulus for NCR