Georgia volunteers campaigned in and made calls to neighboring
Florida and North Carolina. The Obama campaign opened an office
in Atlanta on June
13 and subsequently opened three other offices. For the two major
party candidates, however, Georgia was mainly a fundraising stop:
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reception (500 people, $500 per person)
roundtable (20 people, $35,000 per person) at the Westin Peachtree
Plaza Hotel in Atlanta,
7-8 Joe Biden
- Fundraiser at
a private home on 17th Street and Peachtree
Circle, Ansley Park in Atlanta,
Overnight in Atlanta, GA.
May 8 - Delivers
remarks at the Rabbinical Assembly’s annual convention
Westin Atlanta Perimeter North Hotel in Sandy Springs,
27 Barack Obama
- With First Lady Michelle Obama delivers remarks and meets with
and military families at Fort Stewart in Hinesville, GA.
October 25 Paul Ryan
- Fundraising reception, photo,
round table discussion at the
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA. ($)
September 19 Mitt Romney
Fundraiser at the Marriott
Marquis Hotel in Atlanta, GA. ($)
June 11 Mitt Romney
-Meets privately with Speaker of the House John Boehner for
an hour in Atlanta, GA.
-Two fundraising receptions at the Cobb Galleria Centre &
Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA. ($)
-Fundraising dinner at a private home in (Buckhead) Atlanta, GA. ($)
reception at the Ocean Forest Club in Sea
Island, GA. ($)
Visits by third party
candidates after their nominating conventions.
October 22 Jim Gray
- Rally at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA.
- Rally at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA.
August 3-4 Jill Stein arrives Aug. 2 (p.m.) and
leaves Aug. 5 (a.m.).
-Starts with a press conference on the
West steps of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta, GA.
-Event with Kwabena
Nkromo, candidate for GA House District 57, at East Lake Commons Common
House in Decatur, GA.
August 4 no info.