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  • Hurricane Michael Heads Toward Georgia
  • High Profile Politicians Campaign For GA Governor Candidates
  • Former APS Educators Surrender To Begin Prison Terms

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  • Job Training Grant Money Goes Unspent In Fulton County
  • 600 Jobs Coming To Columbus With Colorado-Based Employer
  • Health Departments Along Coast Begin Offering Flu Shots

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  • Plant Vogtle Vote Due By Monday
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau To Open Atlanta Office
  • Atlanta City Council Holds Listening Session On Street Name Changes

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  • Family Of Georgia Tech Shooting Victim Sues The University
  • Kemp Releases School Safety Plan
  • District 28 Redo Set For December 4th

  • Georgia Water Coalition Releases Report On Water Quality
  • Atlanta United Picks Up Last Second Win Over San Jose
  • Johnny Isakson Says New Music Legislation Will Help Artists In Georgia


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  • Election Redo Ordered For State House District 28
  • Carter Supports Abrams Rural Healthcare Vision
  • Blasts Among The Bird Calls In Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge

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  • Judge Rules Against Paper Ballots For November Election
  • Vote On Gulch Redevelopment Tax Incentives Delayed
  • Coca Cola: "No Interest In Marijuana Or Cannabis"

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As Georgia's November midterm elections steadily approach, GPB's Morning Edition is taking a look at the importance of the offices on the ballot and why Georgians should turn out to vote in these races.

Powered By The People is a weekly series where GPB-Atlanta host Leah Fleming speaks with political voices from around the state to give listeners a better idea about the offices that could impact their futures.

This week, we examine the role of the Lieutenant Governor in Georgia, a seperate election from the nationally scrutinized Governor's race. 

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  • Paper Ballot Decision Pending
  • Georgia Red Cross Volunteers Deploy For Florence Recovery
  • Parks & Trails Network Proposed Along Chattahoochee River

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  • Georgia Dodges High Winds, Heavy Rain of Tropical Storm Florence
  • Georgia Department of Corrections Admits Underpaying Overtime
  • Food Production Hub Coming To Middle Georgia  


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  • Hurricane Florence Poses Minimal Risk To Georgia
  • Atlanta City Council Discusses The Future Of The Gulch
  • College Football Teams Adjust Weekend Schedules

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  • East Georgia Communities Brace For Hurricane Florence Rain
  • Charter School Explains New Corporal Punishment Policy
  • Federal Judge Mulls Case For Paper Ballots  


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  • Hurricane Florence Will Impact Georgia
  • Attorneys: State Can't Take Over Hartsfield Jackson Airport Until 2036
  • GBI Sends Atlanta City Hall Open Records Probe Results To Attorney General

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  • Gov. Deal Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Hurricane Florence
  • Abrams, Kent Schedule Two Debates
  • Hearing On Switch To Paper Ballots Underway

  • Hurricane Florence Brings Dangerous Rip Currents To Georgia Coast
  • Black Health Conference Takes Place In Atlanta
  • Braves, Cobb County Reach Settlement After Financial Disagreement


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  • New GM At Hartsfield Jackson Airport
  • Affordable Housing Complex Opens In Atlanta
  • Hurricane Florence

As Georgia's November midterm elections steadily approach, GPB's Morning Edition is taking a look at the importance of the offices on the ballot and why Georgians should turn out to vote in these races.

Powered By The People is a weekly series where GPB-Atlanta host Leah Fleming speaks with political voices from around the state to give listeners a better idea about the offices that could impact their futures.


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  • Augusta Enacts Smoking Ban
  • Organization Calls For Transparency In Ambulance Provider Selection Process
  • Christian University In GA. Cuts Ties With Nike

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday Sept. 10, 2018

Sep 10, 2018

  • Senator Isaskon Calls For Gubernatorial Candidates To Focus On Georgia Veterans
  • UGA Bulldogs Topple South Carolina, GA Southern Defeates UMass In College Football
  • Georgia Power Customers Will Recieve Third $25 Bill Credit From Plant Vogtle Expansion


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  • Tropical Storm Florence Could Cause Dangerous Waters Off Georgia's Coast 
  • Atlanta Could Draw Another Corporate Headquarters
  • Sea Turtles Nests Are On The Rise Over Three Decades 


This weekend, thousands of music fans will gather at Central Park in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward to attend ONE Musicfest.

 

Organizers say it’s the Southeast’s largest two-day, urban progressive music festival.

 

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  • Mayor Bottoms Cancels Agreement To House ICE Detainees At City Jail
  • Augusta Boarding House For Homeless And Indigent Ordered Closed
  • Former Atlanta Police Officer Re-Indicted On Felony Murder Charge

  • Voter Rights Coalition Begins "Save Our Democracy" Tour In Georgia
  • Sonny Perdue Addresses New Program To Assist Farmers In Wake Of Tarrifs
  • Atlanta Falcons Open NFL Season In Nationally Televised  Rematch Against Philly


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  • President Donald Trump Says Sonny Perdue Led Him to Endorse Brian Kemp
  • Coalitions Launches "Save Our Democracy" Voter Education Tour
  • Pentago Releases Name of Fallen Fort Benning Soldier  

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  • $50m To Georgia Farmers To Cover Tariff Losses
  • Record Number Of Children In Georgia Foster Care System
  • Project Chronicles South's LGBTQ History


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  • Atlanta Mayor's Office Publishes Two Years of Public Spending
  • After Years of Debate, Augusta Seeks New Ambulance Service
  • 14 year-old Tennis Star Who Grew Up In Atlanta Wows At U.S. Open 


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  • New Atlanta Web Portal To Show Government Spending
  • Contentious Debate For Rights To Provide Augusta Ambulance Service
  • Braves Try Again Against Red Sox Tonight At SunTrust Park

  • Atlanta Dream Play Final Game Of WNBA Semifinal Series Tonight
  • Family Of Aretha Franklin Calls Atlanta Pastor's Eulogy 'Disrespectful'
  • DragonCon In Atlanta Hosted 80,000 Fans And Raised $85k For Local Charity


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