UPDATE: Congressman Lewis dances “Gangnam Style.” Hat Tip: Political Insider
– AJC: Atlanta region sees spike in public corruption cases.
– The Boy Scout’s “perversion files” scandal impacts Georgia.
– A documentary looks at the Tri-State Crematory scandal.
– The “Capitol Steps” are coming to Athens for a pre-election performance.
– Walter Jones: Governor Putting Stamp On Higher Education.
– Five counts dropped against Clayton’s Victor Hill
– Erick Erickson says vote “Yes” on the charter school amendment.
– Wingfield: Spend more money on traditional schools? We tried that.
Georgia Election Items
– CD12: Augusta Chronicle talks about Lee Anderson and the Athens Banner-Herald talks about John Barrow.
– Jim Galloway says Sen. Chambliss might get a challenge in 2014.
– A look at the PSC district 3 race, incumbent Eaton (R) v. Oppenheimer (D) v. Ploeger (L).
National Election Items
– The President and the Governor get ready for tonight’s final debate. Topic: foreign policy.
– The President outraises the Governor in September, raising $126 million to Romney’s $78. Obama also outspent Romney $115.6 to $65 million. For some reason the Obama campaign borrowed $15 million from BoA.
– Sandra Fluke drew a crowd of less than 12 while campaigning for Obama in Reno. Mark Steyn comments.
– UN says “don’t elect Romney.”
– RCP National Average: Obama 47.1, Romney 46.9.
– RCP State Averages: FL: Romney +2.1, IA: Obama +2.4, NH: Romney +1.0, OH: Obama +2.1, PA: Obama +5.0, VA: Tie, WI: Obama +2.8.
– RCP Electoral College map.
– 11 Senate seats are toss-ups.
– RIP: George McGovern.
– Three dead, four wounded in a shooting in Wisconsin. The suspect was later found dead.
– Joe Scarborough says the Tea Party has been good for the GOP.
– Elections in the Basque and Galicia regions of Spain were held yesterday.
– Olympic Medalists McKayla Maroney and Jonathan Horton will speak to students at Georgia Gwinnett College today. The pair will join other Olympic Gymnasts at the Gwinnett Arena this weekend.
– The Detroit Tigers are in the World Series.
– The Giants force game 7 against the Cardinals.
– The weekend box office results.