Augustans write new books

...p.m. Thursday, March 5, at Shoes at Surrey in Surrey Center.Autobiography tells of Walker's journeyFormer Georgia Senate Majority Leader Charles Walker has published an autobiography.From Peanuts to Power: The Road to Wealth, Success...

Walker publishes autobiography

Former Georgia Senate Majority Leader Charles Walker has published an autobiography.From Peanuts to Power: The Road to Wealth, Success and Happiness...

Georgia Senate passes bills aimed at curbing child sex trafficking

ATLANTA - The Georgia Senate passed two measures Thursday aimed at cracking down on what legislators say is a growing problem involving sexual exploitation...

Private probation flawed

...Allowing this industry to work under this term simply is dishonest! Why not be honest with the public and call it what it is?Joey BrushGrovetown (The writer served four years in the Georgia House and eight in the Georgia Senate.)

Ramblin' Rhodes: Sanders was gentleman who made Augusta better

...returned to Augusta to practice law.Local voters sent him to the Georgia House of Representatives in 1954 and to the Georgia Senate from 1956-62.He ran against former Georgia Gov. Marvin Griffin in late 1962 and won by 162,000 votes.Sanders...

In tight Ga. Senate race, 3 keys to victory for Nunn and Perdue with election set for Tuesday

As Georgia's tight race for U.S. Senate barrels toward Election Day, three areas are key to whether Michelle Nunn or David Perdue win or end up in a Jan. 6 runoff.

Georgia races

...1968-72; Georgia House, 1979-84; 1987-90, 1997-02; state Board of Corrections, 2006-07; elected to Georgia Senate 2007CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES: The state budget; education; criminal justice; juvenile justice; economic development...

Bill Clinton says Georgia Senate race comes down to a vote in anger or a vote for the future

ATLANTA - Former President Bill Clinton told a crowd filled with dignitaries and campaign workers that a vote for Democrat Michelle Nunn in Georgia's key Senate race is a "vote on the promise of our future."

In tight Georgia Senate race, voters weigh ideology and compromise with Perdue, Nunn

McDONOUGH, Ga. - Democrat Michelle Nunn of Georgia has made her willingness to work with Republicans a central theme as she campaigns across the state for a key seat in the fight for control of the Senate. But is compromise what voters really want?

In Georgia Senate bid, Michelle Nunn talks economy to women

Michelle Nunn has tailored her message in the final few weeks of her campaign against Republican David Perdue to reach women.