11:04 am September 10, 2010, by Kyle Wingfield
… is that the least popular city in Georgia today is Washington, D.C.
At least, that’s what you’d think from seeing their ads on the Internet.
Given the big gap between Georgians’ engagement in national politics and their apparent lack of interest in this year’s primaries, I expect that we’ll hear more, not fewer, attempts to tie the candidates to Washington between now and November.
And frankly, it’s hard to blame them: They seem to get a lot more mileage out of these messages than from their pronouncements on education or water.
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