The Atlanta Press Club Loudermilk-Young Debate Series hosted debates for Mayor of Atlanta, Atlanta City Council President and Atlanta City Council Post 3 At-Large on Tuesday, Oct. 12. In case you missed it Mayor of Atlanta – Candidates polling in upper half – Moderated by Rickey Bevington with guest panelist Rose Scott Mayor of Atlanta – Candidates polling in lower half – Moderated by Rickey Bevington with guest panelist Rose Scott Atlanta City Council President
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says it’s “extremely troubling” that two Fulton County elections employees were able to allegedly shred about 300 voter registration applications. State law requires officials to preserve documents related to primary or general elections for 24 months. Now Raffensperger is asking the U.S. Department of Justice to intervene. His office opened its own investigation despite Fulton’s election director Richard Barron firing both employees involved. Barron’s office said the applications would
ATLANTA — Atlanta’s homicide rate during the coronavirus pandemic increased more than 50 other major American cities, according to a new survey by the personal finance website WalletHub. WalletHub compared the 50 cities based on homicides per capita in the third quarters of this year, last year and 2019. Data from the study is also based […] The post Atlanta’s homicide rate increase is the highest in the nation appeared on The Georgia Sun. The Georgia
Photo: Getty Images The Dayton, Ohio chapter of the NAACP is pledging to get involved after police pulled a Black man with paraplegia out of his car, dragging him by his hair during a traffic stop last month. In newly-released body camera footage, Clifford Owensby can be heard yelling for help as officers drag him … Continued The post NAACP Launches Investigation After Police Drag Paraplegic Man From Car appeared first on Atlanta Daily World.
Photo: Getty Images Florida is facing a troubling shortage of teachers with thousands of positions still open, according to CNN. There are more than 5,000 openings for teachers and over 4,000 more for other school staff positions, according to the Florida Education Association (FEA). The organization’s initial findings from a survey show that there are … Continued The post Low Pay, Pandemic To Blame For Teacher Shortage In Florida appeared first on Atlanta Daily World.
Photo: Getty Images Whoopi Goldberg had a short, to-the-point reaction to Shark Tank‘s Barbara Corcoran‘s on-air body-shaming joke last week. TMZ caught up with the host of The View in NYC as she was headed to her car. The cameraperson asked Whoopi if she was offended by the joke Corcoran made while visiting The View, … Continued The post Whoopi Goldberg Reacts To Barbara Corcoran’s Apology For On-Air Fat Joke appeared first on Atlanta Daily