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Dalton Mayor David Pennington files to run for governor

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Under state law, Pennington will have to step down as mayor to run, but he says he does not plan to step down before the qualifying date in April 2014.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

U.S. Senate candidate Karen Handel campaigns in Athens
Handel made her first campaign appearance in Athens Monday night to talk about running against the status quo while building coalitions to accomplish her goals.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Gov. Deal reports $613,000 in campaign donations
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Gov. Deal appoints panel to review DeKalb County CEO case
The panel will consider whether indicted DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis should be suspended from office.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

• Rockdale County BOC chairman named to panel
Richard Oden is part of a three-member panel that will determine whether DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis will remain in office until the case against him is resolved.
Source: Rockdale Citizen 

U.S. Rep. Tom Graves to host open house in Rome
The open house will be held July 15.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Kent Hoover: Five things Congress must do before its summer vacation
“It’s back to work for Congress, but not for long — in four weeks, it will leave town for its month-long August recess.”
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Political Insider: Inside the campaign fundraising totals for Nathan Deal, others
“It’s campaign disclosure deadline day, which means that politicos are scrambling to get their reports in.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Jay Bookman: Ga.’s economic decline an issue of imagination
“For a while there, Georgia was cooking. Between 1979 and 2001, per capita income in the state rose from a lowly 40th in the nation to 25th, a trajectory that put it well ahead of neighbors such as Alabama (46th) and North Carolina (31st).”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kyle Wingfield: Obamacare delay: Another bad sign for the rule of law
“On this blog, I routinely point out the many flaws of Obamacare that are rapidly becoming apparent. I do this in part to highlight the specific problems that particular individuals and businesses are facing thanks to a bill that was sold largely in the terms of large, monolithic groups of people and large (and rigged and gimmicky) dollar figures. Tens of millions of people, billions of dollars, that sort of thing. So far, the law isn’t living up to the hype on either large-number count — programs are under-enrolled and yet somehow over-budget — but the smaller, personal problems are still noteworthy.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

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