1A) Yes. Crime victims would finally have the right to be informed of criminal proceedings and to obtain restitution when legally possible. 1B) Yes. This facilitates the denial of bail for violent criminals. 2A) Yes. It bars any convicted felon from servi

She's a wife, mother, grandmother, businesswoman and farm owner who has demonstrated enormous leadership in volunteer civic work at both the community and state levels. In her last bid for the 116th House seat, covering portions of south Richmond and Burk

This newspaper has long sided with SEN. STROM THURMOND in his stand for a limited federal government and states' rights. In fact, the one-time presidential candidate is one of America's few true statesman with a rock-solid reputation for integrity. There'

With Augusta-Richmond County's expanding population and growth come increasing demands upon the resourcefulness and skills of law enforcement agencies and prosecutors. In other words, this community needs crime-fighting leadership that is equal to the fut

On Tuesday, Augusta-Richmond Countians in five districts must elect Board of Education members who will oversee a $165 million 1996-97 budget and the destinies of 37,000 public school children. Today we offer endorsements based on a careful study of the p

State Rep. JOEY BRUSH, R-Appling, is campaigning for the District 24 Senate seat which comprises 10 counties, including his native Columbia County. Based on a successful House term, this family man and businessman should make a fine state senator. Brush e

This Burke and south Richmond County House seat is well represented by a freshman incumbent who has taken the lead in the General Assembly in fighting for a constitutional amendment to ban race-based preferences in education, jobs and voting. He will cont

What did South Carolina's 3rd Congressional District voters expect when they elected the first Republican since Reconstruction two years ago? Based on the campaign, they were looking for a representative who would work for a Balanced Budget Amendment; con

There will be two Georgia Public Service Commission seats listed on the Nov. 5 ballot. The commissioners who occupy these seats are extremely important when it comes to our wallets, so don't skip over these races! The five-member PSC oversees 40 entities,

Sam Nunn made it easy for voters during the four terms he held Georgia's U.S. Senate seat. It didn't matter who, if anyone, was running against him. The thoughtful, knowledgeable incumbent was the natural selection whenever his name was on the ballot. Now

"If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is a good axiom for voters in the Senate District 23 sections of Richmond, Columbia and Jefferson counties. Sen. DON CHEEKS, D-Augusta, is experienced and well-connected in Atlanta for getting things done. He's also one o

Bob Dole Dole the better man Bob Dole can be trusted Web posted 11/4/96 Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff It's general election day, and voters should ask themselves a key question: Who can be trusted to lead our nation into the 21st Century? Americans a

There are two men running for secretary of state, the Georgia official who polices campaign laws and oversees the state Ethics Commission. The challenger, former deputy insurance commissioner and one-time director of the state Republican Party, DAVID SHAF

City may spruce up entrance Aiken looks to make better first impression with highway into town

Victory has Falcons giddy

Misstep puts Campbell in the spotlight

Supreme Court deals poker back to Aiken County

Woman killed in N.C. led secret sexual life via computer

Senate hopefuls make last-minute pitches Millner campaigns in Atlanta while Cleland traverses state in effort to succeed retiring Sen. Sam Nunn

Double murder unsolved

Turnout 'key' to election

Truax, Tanguy win NBHA titles Canada's Arsene Tanguy rides to Seniors crown in NBHA World Championships

New general has vision for Fort

Clemson tromps Maryland

Infighting limits effect of diversification effort

Bad taste rampant on the Web Sites to make most Internet surfers see sick

Falcons end frustrations at long last Losing streak ends at eight as Atlanta holds off Panthers 20-17 in Georgia Dome

Candidates disagree on federal cops program

Board set to fill position Augusta Commission will likely approve contract for new city administrator, hire directors at meeting

Parties fight over approach to crime

Health service bought University Hospital purchases four agencies owned by former Healthmaster managed-care group

Candidates spent heavily on negative ads

Hawks win first game of season

Augusta's Avery picks Duke

Principal found shot to death

Woman knows danger of air bags

Keeping busy is the trick for illusionists

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