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First Slice 9-19-17: Startup tries to get Georgians to run for office
Plus: Protests rock Georgia Tech
Challenge accepted: A San Francisco-based political startup is trying to get Georgians to run against politicians who don't have opponents in their respective races through a billboard campaign.
Yesterday, state Rep. Keisha Waites resigned from her seat representing District 60 in the House so she can run for chair of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.
Three people were arrested last night during the vigil turned protest for Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz, who was shot and killed by police over the weekend. Two officers sustained minor injuries, and someone set a police cruiser on fire.
Shady: Earlier this month, Equifax disclosed that a bunch of us had our personal information stolen. Now we're finding out the company had an earlier security breach back in March.
Side-eye to McCain: Trumpcare 4.0 could actually happen.