HINESVILLE, GA (WTOC)- Governor Nathan Deal stood on a football field and gave what sounded like a half-time summary of his term. He also talked about what he hoped to do in the time remaining.
He told the audience his main priority has been making Georgia more attractive to businesses to bring jobs and revenue here. So far, he said, his office of Economic Development had measured 78,000 new jobs since the beginning of 2011.
Deal said Georgia had also maintained its bond rating, which saves the state millions in interest payments.