On deferred payments, the federal campaign finance system, and Georgia in accordance therewith, likes it when you show that a payment should be made within thirty days of billing and has not been made. It is a reflection of outstanding campaign debts. Since they are pending debts, we could, in theory, deduct them from the overall cash on hand. However, the payments have not yet been made — so it is not adviseable.
Also, as Bill indictated, in Georgia, as in the federal system, money raised for the runoff or general election cannot be spent in the primary, so subtract that from the totals of “cash on hand” for now.