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Political musical chairs heats up as Legislature winds down

When Sen. Saxby Chambliss announced in January that he would retire after his term ended next year, he opened the floodgates on a mad scramble for higher position that will undoubtedly continue into 2014 as congressmen vie for the upper chamber, state lawmakers strive for Congress and local officials everywhere fight to capture all those empty seats.

Blacking out Broun’s opponent

Did Rep. Paul Broun really get re-elected to his seat in Congress with 100 percent of the vote, or is there another side to this important story that isn't being discussed?
John Lewis mural dedication downtown Atlanta 2012

Dedication of new downtown mural honoring John Lewis, civil rights hero.

John Lewis came to Atlanta five decades ago as a founding leader of SNCC—the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee—and with an already impressive resume as an activist.

Gov. Deal’s spokesman not shy about gerrymandering

Everybody knows political parties draw state and Congressional voting districts to favor their side, but seldom do politicians flat-out admit it.

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