Sunday, February 26, 2012

Georgia poll

  • Maybe Newt Gingrich was onto something when he recently likened the Republican presidential race to a roller coaster. A new poll shows Gingrich well ahead as the Peach State's March 6 primary approaches.
  • (Savannah Morning News)
  • After a couple of weeks of relatively low activity, the GOP primary process returns to hit full speed on the next two Tuesdays. Twelve states will hold primaries or caucuses on Tuesday, Feb. 28, or the Super Tuesday date, March 6.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog))
  • It was within the polls margin of error, but even a more solid lead for the president would be shaky once the general-election campaign got under way, Geer said. Except in Georgia, Gingrichs support has cratered.
  • (USA Today)
  • Just 27 percent reject of the idea of letting the public have a say in the ballot box. The poll, conducted by Landmark Communications for the Georgia Horseracing Coalition, showed the strongest argument for it was the jobs racing could bring.
  • (Savannah Morning News)
  • Welcome to Poll Call, our daily live blog that well be bringing you in the lead-up to the state election. Send tips, questions or feedback to and view past entries here. 12.
  • (Brisbane Times)
  • 4-10): The Demon Deacons broke a streak of four straight games with fewer than 60 points in Saturdays 85-56 win over Boston College. 11. Georgia Tech (10-18, 3-11): The Yellow Jackets snapped a four-game losing streak Saturday by beating Maryland.
  • (Macon Telegraph)
  • Polls will be open this week in Fayetteville That's because the campaigns for those candidates did not file an official notification to the Georgia Republican Party, Sawyer said.
  • (The Citizen Online)
  • TBILISI, Feb. 17 (Xinhua) -- With Georgias ruling party yet to nominate its presidential candidate, a recent survey showed a billionaire-turned opposition leader leading among potential candidates running for the January 2013 presidential election.
  • (Xinhua News Agency)
  • 2. Florida (22-7, 10-4): The Gators missed 13 of their first 16 shots in Saturdays loss to Georgia. 3. Vanderbilt (20-9, 9-5): The Commodores had a three-game winning streak snapped Saturday at Kentucky. 4.
  • (Macon Telegraph)

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