Georgia Sets Date For 2020 Presidential Preference Primary

As Lawton mentioned in the morning reads this morning, Georgia will likely not be a part of Super Tuesday. Earlier this morning, WSB’s Aaron Diamant confirmed that Georgia will be conducting it’s Presidential Preference Primary on March 24, 2020. BREAKING: Just confirmed. Date set for Georgia’s presidential primary: Tuesday, March 24, 2020. @wsbtv pic.twitter.com/Xh8GKNt1dK —

Morning Reads for Wednesday, June 19

Juneteenth Two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation, an order was read in Texas on June 19, 1865 announcing that all slaves were free in Texas and throughout the United States. Part of the order read: “This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves,

Morning Reads for Tuesday, June 18

Good morning! Last week, TheDeepDark asked our readers to suggest news sources that we might overlook in our Morning Reads. Thank you for the suggestions! I try to keep up with different dailies from across Georgia, but it’s easy to miss some of the great resources we have. One intrepid reader noted that too many

Morning Reads for Friday, June 14, 2019

And you thought Izzy was horrid?  Dig this.  Truist Field? Let the well-deserved mockery begin. Alum snags top job at GaTech.  Yesterday was National Seeksucker Day. Virginia school buys food truck to feed students during summer break. Yes, your toaster is really spying on you. I keep telling’ ya. …Not taking it anymore… Shameful, indeed.

#GodAnswersPrayers

From the AJC For the past 10 months, electric scooter riders have been allowed to flout the city of Atlanta’s code by riding on sidewalks and in other areas designated for pedestrians. But that leniency ended this week. Atlanta Police officers have begun warning people who use scooters to get around town that they risk being fined