Voters in tomorrow’s Georgia primaries must choose either a Republican or a Democrat ballot, with both including non-partisan judicial races. One of the fiercest legislative GOP primaries is in state House District 80 (Brookhaven and part of Sandy Springs) where candidate Meagan Hanson rebutted last-minute lies by opponent Alan Cole. Perhaps the hottest Republican U.S. congressional primary is in the 3rd District, an open seat due to the retirement of Rep. Lynn Westmoreland.

With regard to House District 80, The Dunwoody Crier published by Dick Williams has this comprehensive report:

“Meagan Hanson, an attorney, has come under attack from Alan Cole who falsely charged her with suing the Republican Party and being part of a law firm that contributed to Democratic Gov. Roy Barnes.

“Hansen did not sue the party and was not a member of the firm when it contributed to Barnes. 

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