– Advertisement – – Advertisement – “With a margin that small, there will be a recount in Georgia,” the secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, said on Friday at the state Capitol.He added: “The final tally in Georgia at this point has huge implications for the entire country. The stakes are high and emotions are high on all sides. We will not let those debates distract us from our work. We will get it right, and we will defend the integrity of our elections.”Gabriel Sterling, an official with the secretary of state’s office, said that a pool of about 4,200 ballots — most of them absentee ballots — remained to be tallied in four counties: Floyd, Cobb, Cherokee and Gwinnett, where the largest tranche is to be counted and which contains Atlanta suburban communities that have gone from leaning Republican to leaning Democratic in recent years. The state must also deal with ballots from military and overseas voters, which will be counted if they arrived in the mail before the end of business on Friday and were postmarked by Tuesday.Mr. Sterling said that the unofficial tally of the votes could be completed by the end of the weekend.Flipping Georgia, a state last won by a Democrat in 1992, and where Mr. Trump won by more than 200,000 votes four years ago, would represent a significant political shift this year. The state has shown signs of trending blue, and when Mr. Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the state in 2016, he did so by five percentage points, a far slimmer margin than Republicans had enjoyed in previous presidential elections.- Advertisement – Stacey Abrams, who earlier this year was on the Biden campaign’s short list of potential vice-presidential candidates, was celebrated as Mr. Biden took the lead on Friday, a sign of her remarkable ascent as a power broker since her failed bid for governor of that state in 2018.Celebrities, activists and voters across Georgia credited Ms. Abrams with building a well-funded network of organizations that highlighted voter suppression in the state and inspired an estimated 800,000 residents to register to vote. ATLANTA — The presidential race in Georgia is so close that a recount is inevitable, Georgia’s secretary of state said on Friday.As of Saturday morning, Joseph R. Biden Jr. led President Trump in Georgia by more than 7,000 votes.- Advertisement – Ms. Abrams declined to comment on Friday. But in a tweet, she wrote, “My heart is full” and cited the work of other activists.
The pension funds PBZ CO dd and Erste doo for HRK 199,8 million yesterday officially took over 70,74% of the shares of Crikvenica-based Jadran, which will recapitalize with HRK 200 million and invest a total of HRK 450 million.Yesterday, the General Assembly of the hotel company Jadran dd was held in Crikvenica, at which a new Supervisory Board was elected, and Goran Fabris, who comes from the position of Chief of Operations of Rovinj’s Maistra, was elected the new President of the Management Board. Business diary.”Business plans for the forthcoming period include financing the improvement of accommodation standards in order to ensure quality through conversion, renovation, reconstruction, upgrading of existing capacities and comprehensive infrastructure interventions as well as strengthening employee competencies and management capacity at all levels of the Company’s management. and destinations in collaboration with the local community, “Said Goran Fabris at the press conference.Following CERP’s decision to sell 70,74% of the Company’s shares from its portfolio, PBZ CROATIA OSIGURANJE dd for the management of mandatory pension funds and Erste doo – the company for the management of mandatory and voluntary pension funds were selected as the best bidders.
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SPEEDY LIEUTENANT COLONEL, LATE RUNNING BIG JOHN B LOOM LARGE IN SUNDAY’S GRADE III, $100,000 TOKYO CITY CUP AT 1 ½ MILES
LIEUTENANT COLONEL: A gate to wire winner of his last two starts; allowance races at 1 1/16 miles on Feb. 15 and 1 1/8 miles on March 6, this 4-year-old gelding has come to hand for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, who has saddled him in his last three outs. Well beaten in both the Grade III Gotham Stakes and the Grade I Wood Memorial when trained by Chad Brown a year ago, Lieutenant Colonel faces his first stakes assignment for Hollendorfer. With Rafael Bejarano opting to ride Big John B, he’ll be ridden by Mike Smith, who was aboard for his first southern California start, as he tries to stretch his speed to the unknown depths of a mile and one half. Owned by Harvey Clarke and Paul Braverman, Lieutenant Colonel has three wins from six overall starts and has earnings of $116,650.BIG JOHN B: The class of the field, “Big John” has 13 wins from 34 starts on grass, but has only run three times on dirt, with his lone win coming at a mile and one half, in Del Mar’s Grade III Cougar II Handicap seven starts back on July 24. A dedicated deep closer, Big John B, a 7-year-old gelding by Hard Spun, never threatened when seventh as the 2-1 favorite here in the Grade II, 1 ½ miles turf San Luis Rey Stakes on March 13. Trained by Phil D’Amato and owned by Michael House, Big John B is 39-14-6-5 overall with earnings of $789,770.THE GRADE III TOKYO CITY CUP IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTSRace 8 (of 10) Approximate post time, 4:05 p.m. PDTBig John B–Rafael Bejarano–122Class Leader–Victor Espinoza–120Ike Walker–Edwin Maldonado–120John’s Success–Tyler Baze–120China Girl Lover–Drayden Van Dyke–120Blingo–Alex Solis–120Lieutenant Colonel–Mike Smith–120First post time for a 10-race program on Sunday is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. ARCADIA, Calif. (April 1, 2016)–Front running Lieutenant Colonel and late running Big John B head a field of seven older horses in Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 Tokyo City Cup at Santa Anita, which will be contested at the marathon distance of 1 ½ miles on the main track.