ATLANTA — The 2014 legislative session that ended Thursday night has now become campaign fodder.

The Republicans in charge began tapping that vein immediately.

House Speaker David Ralston laid out the script for his colleagues in talking to reporters moments after the final gavel fell.

“We are looking forward to building more jobs in Georgia. We are putting money back in our part of the port of Savannah, unlike the federal government, because we want to put Georgians to work. We put money into public education, the biggest investment we’ve made in years. We invested in higher education so that these kids will have outstanding universities and technical colleges to go to,” he said.

“I think (the average Georgian) would be very proud of that.”

Gov. Nathan Deal has been saying essentially the same thing all week.  

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