Fayette and Oconee counties top 2012 Partner Up! for Public Health Power Ratings

Study combines health status and economic factors ATLANTA, Ga. (April 23, 2012) – Fayette and Oconee counties tied for first place in the Partner Up! for Public Health Campaign’s 2012 Power Ratings of Georgia counties based on their combined health status and economic vitality, the Partner Up! campaign announced today.  Macon County finished last. Funded …

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Georgia Tea Party Supports Federal Transportation Empowerment Act

From the Georgia Tea Party Ninth District Congressman Tom Graves’ bill returns transportation authority to states Marietta, Georgia – April 24, 2012 – The Georgia Tea Party™ (GTPI), a non-partisan advocacy group headquartered in Marietta, is supporting HR 3264, the Transportation Empowerment Act, sponsored by Georgia Ninth District Congressmen, Tom Graves. The bill, which has …

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How Presidents Are Elected – Really

Most voters think they elect the President and Vice President on General Election Day.  This year, General Election Day is November 6, 2012.  But, the truth be told, voters actually only elect Presidential Electors on General Election Day.  Each state (and the District of Columbia) gets the total number of their Congressional delegation (both U.S. …

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GOP Vice Presidential Calculus

GOP insiders have turned their attention to who might be a good Vice Presidential candidate. The movie “Game Change” (about the selection of Governor Sarah Palin by Senator John McCain) has highlighted the kinds of things that Presidential nominees and their campaign teams consider when making one of the most important decisions in their political …

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