Perdue has his the campaign trail. He’s trying to make the case that Georgia is better off with the GOP in charnge.
By prioritizing the wants of the people and budgeting accordingly, and
eliminating spending excesses — such as on the state’s surplus of vehicles, more than 2,000 of which have now been auctioned off on eBay — the “black hole” budget Perdue inherited is now balanced, he said. Streamlining government has also been a priority, he said. “Under the old rule, what would you do if a program wasn’t working? Give it more money,” he said. “What do I do for it if a program’s not working? Shut it down.”