Morning Reads for National Love People Day (September 30)

Happy National Love People Day! It’s a day to remember that we should be kind to one another, and a good way to celebrate is through random acts of kindness. Here’s a video about National Love People Day to get us all in the spirit of unconditional love:

Now, on to the news!

Pat Conroy

  • Here are the results from yesterday’s election to temporarily fill Rep. John Lewis’ seat for the rest of the year.
  • A new Quinnipiac University poll out yesterday has Vice President Biden three points ahead of President Trump in Georgia. Both Senate races are also close.
  • The Secretary of State’s office has released an app that will allow voters to track the status of their absentee ballots. (You can also do this on the My Voter Page.)
  • The Secretary of State’s office also says it will be able to fix the error that is causing half of the candidates in the special election for U.S. Senate to not appear on some voters’ ballots.
  • Governor Deal has formally endorsed Doug Collins in that special election. (Teri covered President Carter’s endorsement yesterday.)(Alternate link.)
  • The Diocese of Savannah is facing a lawsuit alleging it covered up abuse by a former priest.

Alice Walker

Flannery O’Connor

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