Here in Georgia…
– More than 140,000 voters cast ballots ahead of tomorrow’s primary.
– Blog for Democracy has called on DPG Chairman Mike Berlon to resign.
– Atlanta has developed a plan on how to spend its T-SPLOST money, assuming it passes.
– Jim Galloway recaps Mayor Kasim Reed’s visit to Meet the Press.
– Rick Santorum has started running robocalls in Georgia claiming that Mitt Romney wrote checks to Planned Parenthood. You do realize that unemployment is 8.5%, right? Enough with the wedge social issues.
– Here’s the story on Romney’s visit to Snellville.
National stories of interest…
– Here is an interesting piece from Chris Cillizza, which includes thoughts from Republicans, on the GOP may need to lose big this year to be viable in the future.
– With Rick Santorum saying that he can win the GOP nomination if Newt Gingrich drops out, the former House Speaker says he’s not dropping out of the race.
– Vladimir Putin has won Russia’s presidential election.
– Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), author of SOPA, wants everything you do on the web logged without a warrant.
– States with medicinal marijuana laws have fewer car crashes.
– Does anyone actually boycott Chick-Fil-A because of who they donate money to?
Government General Motors has halted production of the Chevy Volt.
– The Koch Brothers are suing to gain control of the Cato Institute, hoping to make it partisan and less independent.
A few that I like…
– The Braves were blown out by the Tigers in their second Spring Training game.
– Here are five great performances from actors who weren’t acting.