Two of the three candidates to be Hall County's representative in the state Senate spent an hour and a half carving out their ideologies for anyone who would listen Thursday.
A Democrat on Wednesday entered the race to represent South Hall County in the state House of Representatives, but no Democrats have yet committed to any of the county's other local races.
Former Chestatee High School Principal Bill Thompson is taking a shot at politics.
Three of Hall County's current representatives in the state House qualified to run for another term Monday.
Candidates have been running for governor for more than a year, but the campaigns won't become official until this week when qualifying for July's Democratic and Republican primaries takes place.
On May 11, Hall County voters will take to the polls to choose replacement representation in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Georgia Senate.
Seven candidates vying for the 9th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives came together Friday for a debate that wasn't much of a debate at all.
Scott Gibbs announced Friday his bid for the District 3 seat on the Hall County Board of Commissioners.
Hall County's business leaders got a chance Thursday to meet all the candidates in line to be Georgia's next 9th District representative in the U.S. House and Georgia's District 49 state senator.
With the May 11 special election just around the corner, the Hall County Young Republicans and Teen Republicans are bringing the 9th District U.S. House candidates to the Georgia Mountain Center tonight to tell voters where they stand on top issues.
ATLANTA - Can a Democrat win a U.S. Senate seat from Georgia in 2010? We're about to find out.
BRASELTON - Former Braselton Mayor Pat Graham announced Tuesday that she is dropping out of the District 47 state Senate race for personal reasons. According to Graham's campaign Web site, she was one of the first candidates to announce her bid for the seat, which covers Barrow, Madison and Oglethorpe counties, as well as parts of Clarke, Jackson and Elbert counties.
For Gainesville State College professor Douglas Young, the current political environment is far too hostile.
Amid last week's nationwide tea party protests, the Atlanta Tea Party Patriots endorsed Republican Tom Graves for the U.S. House, calling him a strong ally of the organization.
Already, at least 430 ballots have been cast in the 9th District U.S. House race. With the special election to fill former Rep. Nathan Deal's seat a little more than three weeks away, the seven candidates remaining in the race have little time to get their names out in the district. And early voting for the race began April 7 in Hall County and Monday in many other counties. A few candidates released television advertisements, ...