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· External options for the Braves to replace Mike Soroka →
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· FSU Football Offers 3rd 2024 Prospect in Last Week →
Flynn is a 6'2, 275-pound prospect from Loganville, Georgia, between Atlanta and Athens.
The Japan Times
· ‘If not now, when?’ Black women seize political spotlight in U.S. →
MARIETTA, Georgia – The little girl ran up to her, wide-eyed and giddy.
· Smile more? Some critics see sexism in debate over Biden VP →
Stacey Abrams, the former minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives and 2018 governor candidate, was similarly criticized for touting her credentials for the V.P.
· The Latest: Governor says California getting a grip on virus →
SUWANEE, Ga. — Officials for Georgia’s largest public school district say more than 250 employees have reported testing positive for the coronavirus or being exposed to it about a week before the school year is set to begin.
· Louisville officially announces addition of JUCO LB KJ Cloyd →
WR Braden Smith came over from Northwest Mississippi C.C., while OT Trevor Reid, DE Yaya Diaby & OLB Marvin Dallas all came over from Georgia Military College.
The New York Times
· Trump Is Pushing a False Argument on Vote-by-Mail Fraud. Here Are the Facts. →
The president on Wednesday tweeted that mail-in voting “for whatever reason, doesn’t work out well for Republicans.” In Georgia, where the secretary of state is mailing all voters absentee ballot requests for the May primary, the State House speaker, David Ralston, a Republican, told a local news site, “This will be extremely devastating to Republicans and conservatives in Georgia,” adding, “This will certainly drive up turnout.”
The Japan Times
· Talking politics in Japanese as the U.S. election heats up →
その一方で (Sono ippō de, On the other hand), from Biden’s perspective, トランプの政策のせいで国が分断した (Toranpu no seisaku no sei de kuni ga bundan shita, Trump’s policies are to blame for American society having become divided).
· Original Hot Spots Crack Down on Parties as Virus Makes a Return →
Georgia, one of the first states to reopen, had been a success story as cases didn’t start rising as people ventured out more.