In Georgia's crooked political scene, he's the latest to be indicted.
What counts as land will determine whether the resort can be further developed.
Demographics are in their favor, but they have no money and no leadership since party chairman Mike Berlon resigned.
A lawsuit could force Secretary of State Brian Kemp to get rid of runoffs.
It has more holes than a piece of Swiss cheese.
It's a rarity in politics, but they admitted a mistake and rectified it.
Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston and Tom Price are keeping the Georgia economy afloat all by themselves. Paul Broun lags behind.
Merely allowing debate on gun control is enough to get the Republican base riled up.
Officials say there's no money for schools, traffic or public safety, but plenty for a football stadium.
Efforts to drain the Flint River, restrict abortions and allow guns on campus fizzled.