Mitt Romney raised $3 million in Atlanta last night.
Newt Gingrich was at the Romney event last night and will make himself available to the media this morning, according to a Georgia GOP press release:
ATLANTA – Former Speaker Newt Gingrich will host a media availability tomorrow, Tuesday, June 12th at 10:15 a.m. ET at Georgia GOP Headquarters located at 3110 Maple Drive, Suite 150 in Atlanta. On Monday, Gingrich and dozens of Georgia elected officials including Governor Nathan Deal, Senators Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson helped Governor Mitt Romney raise money to support his campaign for president. Gingrich will comment on the election as well as outline his argument that the weakest economic recovery since the Great Depression is far from “doing fine,” as recently characterized by the President
The KKK wants to adopt a piece of Hwy 515 in northeast Georgia. Apparently even racists like clean highways.
State School Superintendent John Barge cited an “Education Week” ranking that puts Georgia’s public schools as 7th best in the U.S.
Despite the Legislature passing a new law, synthetic marijuana continues to be a problem.
A challenge was filed with SoS Kemp to force Brandon Beach to choose between his spot on the DOT Board or his campaign against Chip Rogers.
Despite dire warnings of massive cuts in service earlier in the year, MARTA passed a budget without a fare increase.
North Dakota voters go to the polls today and may decide to abolish their property tax.
The US Commerce Secretary will take a medical leave after a seizure led to three traffic accidents.
Spacex’s recent success means they can start flying cargo to the International Space Station. Viva la Free Market!
China will send their first women into space.
The Gwinnett Braves out slugged the Pawtucket Red Sox last night 11-8.
The Yankees shut out the Atlanta Braves 3-0.
Rafael Nadal won the French Open for a record 7th time and denied Novak Djokovic the career Grand Slam in the process.
Atlanta is the 16th manliest city in the U.S.