Jim Galloway over at the AJC brings us the latest:
While Nathan Deal on Thursday debated Democrat Roy Barnes about education policy, staffers for the Republican nominee for governor filed new financial report with the State Ethics Commission, acknowledging that Deal is carrying $2.85 million more in loans than he first revealed back in May.
After the education debate, Deal declared the omission to be an “oversight.”
Both newly disclosed loans are to Gainesville Salvage and Disposal, the auto salvage firm Deal owns with Kenneth Cronan.
Brian Robinson, spokesman for the Deal campaign, said money was for an expansion of the business, which is “in fine shape”, thanks to Deal’s past efforts (added by Tyler), and well within the capability of the firm to pay back.
Read the rest by Galloway HERE.