Georgia Senate GOP introduce bills to limit mail voting

first_imgATLANTA (AP) — Republicans in Georgia’s state Senate are seeking new limits and requirements before people can vote. They’re taking action after Democrats won the presidential election and two U.S. Senate runoffs in the once reliably red state. Democrats say the bills are unnecessary, politically motivated and will suppress legal votes. The GOP wants to restrict who can vote absentee by mail. They would require a photo ID for those who do vote by mail, ban ballot drop boxes and block outside groups from sending out absentee ballot applications. Republicans also want to end automatic voter registration when obtaining a driver’s license and ban new residents from voting in a runoff election.last_img read more

Do your credit union candidates ask these questions?

first_imgA good job candidate comes to each interview prepared to answer the standard questions he/she is likely to get asked. But what should the candidate be curious about?Being prepared to ask the right questions at job interviews is almost (if not more) important than being prepared to answer the standard ones.For one thing, it shows the interviewer that you are serious about finding a company that’s the right fit for your career goals, work style and personality.Asking smart, probing (but polite) questions also shows confidence. It subtly conveys that youare in demand, and that you have choices about where you want to work. This can actually tip things in your favor.But this is not just about interviewing tactics. After all, the whole process is about determining where you will spend the next years of your professional life. You should be curious about what type of company you may/may not be getting involved with. continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more