All across Georgia, residents have critical issues for this year’s political hopefuls to address in an election season marked by economic turmoil.
Adults need jobs. Children need education. We need stronger borders.
Our politicians? Well, they’d better watch out.
Reporters from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and 10 other newspapers from Chattanooga to Valdosta last week interviewed more than 150 residents about their hopes, concerns and priorities for the campaigns.
The findings? We’re fretful about the economy, fearful for our schools, frustrated with illegal immigration, fuming at lawmakers. Read the complete story.