Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A: CampaignZell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A: Campaign

Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A: Campaign

Descriptive Summary

Title: Zell Miller Papers, Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A: Campaign
Creator: Miller, Zell Bryan, 1932-
Dates: 1988-1995
Extent: 58.0 boxes
Collection Number: RBRL/213/ZM
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Zell Miller Papers document Miller’s forty-five year career in Georgia politics, including his service as a U.S. Senator (2000-2005), Governor of Georgia (1991-1999), Lieutenant Governor of Georgia (1975-1991), Executive Director of the Georgia Democratic Party (1971-1973), member of the State Boards of Pardons and Paroles, Probation, and Children and Youth (1964-1973), Executive Secretary to Governor Lester Maddox (1969-1971), State Senator (1961-1965), and Mayor of Young Harris, Georgia (1959-1960). Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A. Campaign includes opposition files, voter surveys, lists of contributors, debate research, memoranda, travel schedules, press releases, and chronologies, which are condensed compilations of clippings that document issues and events of which Miller was a part.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Zell Bryan Miller was born on February 24, 1932 to Stephen Grady Miller, Dean of Young Harris College and former state senator (40th district, 1926-1928), and Birdie Bryan Miller, an art teacher at the same institution. Seventeen days after his son’s birth, Stephen Miller passed away. Birdie Miller and their two children, Jane and Zell, remained in Young Harris until the onset of World War II, when they moved to Atlanta so that Mrs. Miller could work at the Bell Bomber plant making buckles for gas masks in support of the war effort. While there, Miller attended Williams Street Elementary School and Luckie Street Elementary School and developed a life-long love of baseball.

At the end of the war, the Miller family moved back to Young Harris and Miller continued his education at Young Harris Academy, graduating in 1949. He continued on to Young Harris Junior College and graduated in 1951. During that time he met Shirley Ann Carver of Cherokee County, North Carolina, who was attending college in preparation for law school; they were married on January 15, 1954. Miller joined the United States Marine Corps in 1953 and spent three years in service. After basic training, he was stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, serving in an artillery regiment and writing for the base newspaper, The Globe, and editing the regimental newspaper, The Cannoneer. He received the Good Conduct Medal and the Expert Rifleman’s Medal and left the Marine Corps with the rank of sergeant.

After receiving an honorable discharge in 1956, Miller entered the University of Georgia and was awarded a bachelor’s (1957) and master’s (1958) degree in history. During his time in Athens he held a variety of jobs, including tutor for members of the football team and cook at Allen’s Hamburgers. After graduation he accepted a position teaching history and political science at Young Harris College and also served as faculty advisor for the Enotah Echoes and coached the baseball team.

Echoing his parents’ civic involvement, Miller became active in local politics and was elected as Mayor of Young Harris in 1958. He won a seat in the state senate representing the 40th district (Towns, Union, and Rabun counties) in 1960 after making an agreement with college administrators that he could take off winter quarter to serve in the Capitol if he taught extra classes during the other quarters. During the 1961 and 1962 sessions, Miller served on the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, the County and Municipal Government Committee, and as secretary of the Educational Matters Committee.

In 1962, the county-unit system of voting in Georgia was abolished due to the judicial panel ruling of the Gray vs. Sanders lawsuit. The area that fell under Miller’s representation changed from three counties to sections of eight (Towns, Union, Rabun, White, Habersham, Fannin, Gilmer, and Pickens counties). He won his seat again and was able to enter the session with seniority that might not have been afforded him had redistricting not taken place. His committee appointments in 1963 and 1964 were the Appropriations Committee, Educational Matters Committee, Rules Committee, and he acted as Chair of the Health and Welfare Committee.

Miller opted to run for the U.S. House of Representatives against Phil Landrum in the 1964 Democratic Primary to represent the ninth district. He lost by 5,176 votes according to the Georgia Statistical Register but carried Banks, Barrow, Cherokee, Fannin, Forsythe, Gwinnett and Towns counties. The same year he served on the State Board for Children and Youth but resigned in 1965 to be the Director of the State Board of Probation. He ran against Landrum again in 1966 for the same congressional seat but lost the primary by a wider margin than two years earlier.

Miller spent 1967 and 1968 serving as a personnel officer on the State Board of Corrections then becoming the assistant director until January 22, 1970. In 1969, Governor Lester Maddox appointed him to be his executive secretary after former Executive Secretary Tommy Irvin was named State Commissioner of Agriculture. Miller was concurrently selected to be the State Commissioner of Conservation, a post he held until 1970. He continued to work with Maddox through June of 1971, when he was named Executive Director of the Democratic Party of Georgia, a position he held until 1973. Miller represented the state of Georgia as a delegate at the 1972 Democratic National Convention in Miami. In April 1973, he took a position on the Board of Pardons and Parole.

On December 31, 1973, Miller tendered his resignation to the Board in order to run for the office of Lieutenant Governor. Together, he and Shirley Miller spent 1974 campaigning around the state against nine other candidates including Max Cleland and J. B. Stoner. The Democratic Primary in August resulted in a run-off between Miller and Mary Hitt on September 3, 1974 in which he received 60.82% of the vote. In November he ran against Republican John Savage and won by almost 300,000 votes.

Zell Miller’s tenure as lieutenant governor lasted for sixteen years and was the longest term of any lieutenant governor in the state of Georgia’s history. His successive terms of service in that position were also a first in the history of the office since its establishment in 1946. Miller’s time in office was notably marked by his relationship with Thomas “Tom” Murphy, Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives from 1973 to 2002. Their positions as leaders of the state senate and house, respectively, put them publicly at odds on numerous issues. Although both were Democrats, their personal leanings within the party also added to their differences as Miller was widely considered more progressive than Murphy.

During his time in office, Miller worked on such projects and initiatives as opening previously closed senate committee meetings to the press and public, supporting the ratification of ERA, campaign finance reform, hand gun legislation, tax reform, welfare increase, and state-wide kindergarten programs. He and other top state officials began engaging in trade missions to countries such as Germany and Japan to generate interest in capital investments in the state.

Miller’s love of country music was well-known and proven by his repeated use of country music lyrics in his speeches as well as his use of music to support his campaigns, beginning with Whispering Bill Anderson in 1964. The annual Zell Miller Birthday Party, which began in 1968 as a small gathering featuring friends who were musicians, rose to its height in 1978 as a campaign fundraiser when Miller was running for his second term as lieutenant governor. He was a major supporter of a tape and record anti-piracy bill (sponsored by Representative Al Burns), which was signed into law by Governor George Busbee in 1975, and one of the biggest advocates for establishing the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.

In 1980, Senator Herman Talmadge was up for reelection and Miller opted to run against him. Although he made it through the Democratic Primary and forced a run-off with Talmadge, their negative campaigns and a series of bitter debates cost Miller the party nomination and Talmadge the election (which he lost to Republican Mack Mattingly). In 1988, Miller decided to run for governor in the 1990 election. He assembled a campaign staff including Paul Begala, James Carville, Jim Andrews, Doug Kelly, Keith Mason, and Steve Wrigley. In the primary, Miller defeated Andrew Young and then Johnny Isakson in the general election. His chosen platform and the most important reform of his administration was the adoption of the state lottery. By law all lottery revenue had to be spent on education, and Miller directed the bulk of it to the HOPE (Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally) Scholarship for students who had earned at least a B average and to improve technology in the schools and colleges.

In addition to the lottery, Miller gained approval for an ethics bill that required lobbyists to report what they spend trying to influence legislation and set new limits on campaign financing, an anti-crime package, welfare reform, and “boot camp” prisons for non-violent criminals, mountain protection legislation and congressional reapportionment. He drew the ire of many Georgians for calling for a change in the state flag, which had flown since 1956, but was unsuccessful in his attempt.

In 1994, Miller defeated Guy Millner in the general election and was elected to a second term as governor. One of the major hallmarks of his second term was the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, which were held in Atlanta. His other achievements included abolishing sales tax for groceries, raising the salaries of teachers, and advocating the Preservation 2000 and RiverCare 2000 programs, which promoted state acquisition of undeveloped land and waterways for conservation and public access purposes.

Miller’s involvement with the Democratic National Party reached its zenith in the 1990s. His friendship with Arkansas Governor and later President Bill Clinton placed him in a position to influence the party. Miller introduced his 1990 campaign advisor James Carville to Clinton and also gave the keynote at the 1992 Democratic National Convention. He was also active in drafting the party platform in 1996.

Upon leaving the Governor’s Mansion in January of 1999, Miller accepted adjunct teaching positions at the University of Georgia, Emory University, and Young Harris College. In June of 2000, Republican United States Senator Paul Coverdell died and Governor Roy Barnes appointed Miller to the vacant seat in July. He won a special election in November of 2000 to remain in Washington, D.C. and finish Coverdell’s original term, promising to fulfill the late senator’s conservative objectives. It is widely noted that Miller did this in his service in the Senate through his increased support of the Republican Party, which culminated in his keynote address at the 2004 Republican National Convention in support of President George W. Bush. He also authored two books critiquing the Democratic Party, A National Party No More: The Conscience of a Conservative Democrat (2004) and A Deficit of Decency (2005).

Miller has authored several other books outside of his political career. They include: The Mountains Within Me (1975), Great Georgians (1983), They Heard Georgia Singing (1985), Corps Values: Everything You Need to Know I Learned In the Marines (1997), Listen to This Voice: Selected Speeches of Governor Zell Miller (1999), The Miracle of Brasstown Valley (2007), and Purt Nigh Gone: The Old Mountain Ways (2009).

Scope and Content

Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A. Campaign includes opposition files, voter surveys, lists of contributors, debate research, memoranda, travel schedules, press releases, and chronologies, which are condensed compilations of clippings that document issues and events of which Miller was a part. Issue files include budget, crime, the lottery, the state flag, education and the environment. Files were generated by Miller’s campaign staff included Steve Wrigley, Keith Mason, Doug Kelly, Jim Andrews, Paul Begala, and campaign manager James Carville.

Organization and Arrangement

Series IV. Governor of Georgia, Subseries A. Campaign is organized into four sections: general files, voter surveys, chronologies, and clippings.

Because of the size of this collection, the remainder of the series are described in separate finding aids. A collection summary, including links to each of these series finding aids, is available online: Zell Miller Papers: Collection Summary.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use with the following exceptions:

Voter Research files are restricted for 20 years from the date of creation.

A box that includes restrictions will be open for research use after the restrictions have expired for all folders in that box.

Preferred Citation

Zell Miller Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Notes

Clippings and thermofax papers have been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Photographs, artifacts, oversized items, and audiovisual materials have been separated for preservation. Scrapbooks have been microfilmed.

User Restrictions

Library acts as “fair use” reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2010.


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Campaign management--United States.
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Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program.
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Georgia. Office of the Governor.
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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

IV. Governor of Georgia

Extent: 266.0 boxes
Scope and Content: This series contains material from Zell Miller’s two terms as the seventy-ninth governor of Georgia. Items in the series document a variety of aspects of Miller’s time in office including his two gubernatorial campaigns, personal correspondence, executive assistant research files, trade missions, mansion events, the Democratic National Party, the National Governor’s Association, speeches, press releases, the creation of the lottery and the HOPE Scholarship, and the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta. The series has been divided into the following subseries: A. Campaign, B. Press, C. Executive Assistants, D. Trade Missions, and E. Personal Political Files.
A. Campaign, 1988-1995
Extent: 58.0 boxes
Scope and Contents note: Campaign files are divided into four sections: general files, voter surveys, chronologies, and clippings. Material includes opposition files, voter surveys, lists of contributors, debate research, memoranda, travel schedules, press releases, and chronologies, which are condensed compilations of clippings that document issues and events of which Miller was a part. Issue files include budget, crime, the lottery, the state flag, education and the environment. Files were generated by Miller’s campaign staff included Steve Wrigley, Keith Mason, Doug Kelly, Jim Andrews, Paul Begala, and campaign manager James Carville.
Access Restrictions: Voter surveys are restricted for 20 years from their creation date. Restricted boxes are identified with an R before the box number. A box that includes restrictions will be open for research use after the restrictions have expired for all folders in that box.
BoxFolder
IV.11[Zell Miller Campaign Committee], undated
IV.12Inaugural Plan, 1991 January
IV.13Zell Miller for Governor Pamphlets, Bumper Sticker, 1990
IV.14A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Zell Miller for Governor Committee (folder 1 of 2), 1990 June
IV.15A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Zell Miller for Governor Committee (folder 2 of 2), 1990 June
IV.16[Voter Survey], 1992
IV.17A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1993 June
BoxFolder
IV.21Ad Backup TV #1, 1990-1994
IV.22Ad Backup #2: “Simpler”, 1991-1994
IV.23TV Ad Backup 3 and 4- “Exactly” and “Think”, 1992-1994
IV.24Ad 5 Backup- “Not One”, 1989,1994
IV.25Backup for Quarter 6, 1994
IV.26Backup Hope 7, 1993-1994
IV.27TV Ad 8 “Record”, 1993-1994
IV.28TV Ad Backup 9- “Memory”, 1994
IV.29ZM/TV Ad #10- “Conviction”, 1994
IV.210TV Ad “Nerve” Backup 11, 1994
IV.211TV Ad 12- “Wonder”, 1993-1994
IV.212TV Ad 14- “Faith”, 1990-1994
IV.213Miller TV Ad- “Mixing”, 1993-1994
IV.214TV Ad- “Talking”, 1994 April-October
IV.215ZM/Radio Ad “Open” #1/Backup, 1994
IV.216ZM/Radio Ad- “Rhubarb”, 1994
IV.217ZM/Radio Ad- “Mayor”, 1993-1994
IV.218ZM/Radio Ad/Rhubarb- Taxes and Casinos, 1994
IV.219[TV Advertisements Spots], [1994]
IV.220Commercial Scripts, Not Final, 1994 June 23
IV.221Media Buys- Zell Miller, 1994
IV.222Media Buys, 1994
IV.223Spots V-2; Not Final, 1994 June 24
IV.224Scripts #1 “Final Corrections”, 1994 June
BoxFolder
IV.31Ballot Security, 1994
IV.32Briefings (Campaign), 1994 March
IV.33Budget Information, 1993-1994
IV.34[Cleland, Max] Zell Miller for Governor ‘94, 1994 July 6
IV.351994 Campaign Contributions (folder 1 of 2), 1994
IV.361994 Campaign Contributions (folder 2 of 2), 1994
IV.37Zell Miller for Governor ’94, Contributors, 1994
IV.381994 Campaign Contribution Disclosure Report, 1994
IV.391994 Campaign Expenditures, 1994
IV.310Campaign Self-Mailer, 1994 October
IV.311Certificates at Election, Primary and General Election, 1994
IV.312Debate Prep-Albany, 1994
IV.313Debate Preparation-Vidalia, 1994
BoxFolder
IV.41Democratic Ballot, 1994
IV.42Democratic Voters by County Primary, 1988,1990
IV.43Drunk Driving, undated
IV.44Democratic Party of Georgia Invoices (Wrigley), 1994
IV.45Forums – Governor Miller’s Copy, 1990, 1994 June-October
IV.46[Functions, Campaign, Inauguration], 1994
IV.47GOP Letter [GOP fundraising letter], [1994 May]
IV.48GOP/Coverdell, [Paul], 1994 May-September
IV.49Governor’s Speeches, 1994 August 11-31
IV.410Governor’s Speeches, 1994 September 1-30
IV.411Governor’s Speeches, 1994 October 4-26
IV.412Heard: Health Care Proposal, 1994 June
IV.413Frank Henry [Certified public accountant], [1994 April]
IV.414Inaugural Address, 1995 January
IV.415“Keeping Faith With Georgia’s Future”, 1994 August
IV.416Knox: Backup, 1994 July 15
IV.417Memos [Grunwald, Eskew and Donilon], 1994 January
IV.418Memo to S.W. re: Guy [to Steve Wrigley from G. Berry], 1994 August
IV.419Governor Zell Miller [Zell Miller’s Schedule for announcement tour], 1994 April 25-29
IV.420Mrs. Miller [Shirley Miller’s schedule for 1994 announcement tour], 1994 April 25-29
BoxFolder
IV.51Miller/Personal [state boards and commissions], 1994
IV.52Miller/Republican/First Oglethorpe CD [news clippings], 1993-1994
IV.53Newsletters, 1994 February-November
IV.54Notice of Intent to Dissolve Corporation, Inauguration 1995, Inc., 1995 November
IV.55Office Administration [Office furniture and employer identification number], 1993 August-October
IV.56Platform Cost Est. [Excel Database], 1994 August 10
IV.57[Press Release] Campaign, 1994
IV.58Question and Answers [press office], 1994 April-September
IV.59Questionnaires, 1994
IV.510Radical Right Overview, 1993 November 19
IV.511Republican Party, 1994
IV.5121994 State Convention, 1990, 1994 May-August
IV.513State Democratic Convention, 1994
IV.514A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1994 December
IV.515A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1994 December
IV.516A Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, 1995 December
IV.517United We Stand [UWSA Press Release re: Miller and Millner], 1994
BoxFolder
IV.61GOP Candidate/Lt. Governor/Nancy Schaefer [newspaper clippings], 1994 July-October
IV.62Heard, Paul [news clippings], 1993
IV.63Heard, Paul [news clippings], 1994 January-May
IV.64Heard, Paul [news clippings], 1994 June
IV.65Heard, Paul [news clippings], 1994 July
IV.66Heard, Paul – companies [news clippings], [1994]
IV.67Heard, Paul- Health Care, [1994 July]
IV.68GOP/Heard/Literature, 1994
IV.69Heard/Media/Jefferson Marketing, 1988-1994
IV.610Heard, Paul/Frabizio, McLaughlin, 1991-1994
IV.611Heard, Paul – Speeches, 1993 October-1994 May
IV.612Heard, Paul/Press Conference/Admittance, 1994 February
IV.613Heard, Paul – Articles [Heard aims to be GOP’s ‘first populist candidate’], 1993 August
IV.614Heard, Paul – Campaign Contribution Disclosure, 1992-1993
IV.615Heard, Paul – Open Record Request, 1994 June
IV.616Knox, John [news clippings], 1992-1993
IV.617Knox, John [news clippings], 1994 January-June
BoxFolder
IV.71Knox, John [news clippings], 1994 July 1-18
IV.72Knox, John [news clippings], 1994 July 19-31
IV.73Knox, John [news clippings], 1994 August 1-10
IV.74Knox/Dick Morris [news articles], 1982-1994
IV.75Knox, John/Literature, 1994
IV.76Lovejoy, Iverson/Fund for Republican Candidate PAC, 1988-1993
IV.77McNair, Nimrod “Mac” [newspaper articles], 1993 November-1994 June
IV.78McNair, Nimrod “Mac” [newspaper articles], 1994 July
IV.79McNair, Nimrod “Mac” – Campaign Contributions, 1993-1994
IV.710McNair, Nimrod “Mac” [Campaign Literature and ephemera], 1994
IV.711McNair/Frank White [Press], 1982-1983
IV.712Leonard Morris [newspaper articles], 1994 June-July
BoxFolder
IV.81Absolute Communications, 1994 January-November
IV.82Airtouch Cellular, 1994 April-December
IV.83Airtouch Cellular, 1994 April-December
IV.84Atlanta Gas Light Company, 1993 August-1995 January
IV.85Atlanta Sound and Lighting, 1994 May-November
IV.86Atlanta Telephone Company, 1994 May-November
IV.87AT&T, 1994 March-December
IV.88Automated Print, 1993 August-December
IV.89Miscellaneous A, 1993 September-1994 November
IV.810Bank South 940 FUTA Quarterly, 1993 October-1994 January
IV.811Bank South 941 Federal with holding/FICA Tax Deposits, 1993 October-1994 March
IV.812Blue Cross/Blue Shield, 1993 August-1994 October
IV.813Joselyn Butler- expenses, 1993 September-1994 November
IV.814Miscellaneous B, 1993 October-1994 November
IV.815Carville and Begala, 1994 March-1995 January
IV.816Rick Chandler, 1993 July-1994 February
IV.817Cooper and Secrest, 1994 March-1995 January
BoxFolder
IV.91Darin Cline, 1994 April-November
IV.92Corporate Graphics, 1994 May-December
IV.93Miscellaneous C, 1993 August-1995 January
IV.94Miscellaneous C, 1993 August-1995 January
IV.95Datamatx, 1993 September
IV.96Delta Life Insurance, 1993 October-1994 November
IV.97Miscellaneous D, 1993 September-1994 December
IV.98Equipment, 1994 May-July
IV.99Miscellaneous E, 1993 December-1994 November
IV.910Federal Express, 1994 March-1995 January
IV.911Eddie Wiggins Ford, 1994 January-November
IV.912Miscellaneous G, 1993 September-1995 March
IV.913Miscellaneous F, 1993 December-1994 November
IV.914Georgia Power Company, 1993 October-1995 January
IV.915Georgia Printing, 1993 September-1994 December
IV.916Miscellaneous H, 1993 October-1994 October
IV.917Miscellaneous I, 1993 October-1995 January
IV.918James Andrews and Company [Strategies and Communications Co.], 1994 January-1995 January
IV.919Jerry’s Janitorial, 1993 September-1994 December
IV.920Miscellaneous J, 1993 October-1994 December
BoxFolder
IV.101[Douglas Kelly], [1994 September-November]
IV.102[Knox, W.A., J.R.], [1994 May-November]
IV.103Konica Business Month, 1993 September-1995 April
IV.104[Tara Koppel], [1994 September-November]
IV.105Lilburn Insurance Agency, 1994 February-1995 February
IV.106Vernon Lemmon [Civil lawsuit filed against Miller re: payment for services rendered], 1994 August-1995 March
IV.107Miscellaneous L, 1994 May-November
IV.108Valeria MacPhail, 1993 September-1994 October
IV.109Metro Telecom, Inc., 1993 August-November
IV.1010Zell Miller, 1993 August-1994 January
IV.1011Miscellaneous M, 1993 September-1994 November
IV.1012Miscellaneous N, 1993 August-1995 November
IV.1013Office Depot, 1993 October-1994 August
IV.1014Miscellaneous O, 1993 October-1994 October
IV.1015PC Warehouse of GA, 1994 February-December
IV.1016Pac Tel Cellular, 1994 January-April
IV.1017Pager Information, 1994 February-July
IV.1018Paragon Systems, 1993 November-1994 September
IV.1019Police Report- Dekalb County [burglary report], 1999 February, undated
BoxFolder
IV.111Payroll, [1993 July-December]
IV.112Payroll, 1994
IV.113Payroll and Employee Forms, [1993-1994]
IV.114Pitney Bowes, [1993-1994]
IV.115Post Corporate Apartments, 1994 January-September
IV.116Postage by phone, 1993 September-1995 March
IV.117Miscellaneous P, 1993 September-1995 January
IV.118Miscellaneous R, 1993 September-1994 November
IV.119Scripps Howard Cable, 1994 March-November
IV.1110Southern Bell, 1994 April-1995 February
IV.1111Southern Copy Machines Inc., 1994 March-1995 February
IV.1112Miscellaneous S, 1993 August-1994 November
IV.1113Miscellaneous T, 1993 October-1994 December
IV.1114U.S. Postmaster, 1993 September-1994 October
IV.1115Miscellaneous W, 1993 September-1994 November
BoxFolder
IV.121Macon #1, [1993 May-July]
IV.122Lunches, [1993 July-October]
IV.123Direct Mailer #2, [1993 September]
IV.124Executive Board, September 7th, [Campaign preparation], [1993 September-October]
IV.125Andy Scherffius reception, [1993 September]
IV.126Rural barbecues, 1993 September-November
IV.127Atlanta Dinner 10/15, [1993 October-November]
IV.128Claude Cook 10/18 [Hazlehurst, GA], [October 1993]
IV.129Zell Miller – Golf Tournament, Eagles Landing, 1990 October 15
IV.1210Golf Tournament, 10/19, [Reynolds Plantation], [1993 October]
IV.1211Hammock Dinner 10/26 [Greensboro, GA], [1993 October]
IV.1212Roy Richards 10/27 [Carrollton, GA], [1993 October]
IV.1213Roy Bowen 11/2, [1993 October-December]
IV.1214Savannah 11/4, [1993 October-November]
IV.1215John Williams 11/10, Atlanta, GA, [1993 October-November]
IV.1216Elberton 11/18 [hosted by Lewis Shurbutt], [1993 November-December]
IV.1217Augusta 11/22, [1993 October-December]
IV.1218Columbus 11/23, [1993 October-November]
IV.1219Dalton 11/30, 1992 June-1993 December
IV.1220Gainesville 12/2, [1993 October-December]
IV.1221Albany 12/7, [1993 October-1994 December]
IV.1222Macon 12/9, [1993 November-1994 January]
IV.1223Dekalb 12/15, [1993 December]
IV.1224Athens 12/16, [1993 December]
IV.1225LaGrange Fundraiser 3/30, [1994 March]
IV.1226Executive Board Meeting 3/31 [Invitations to Meeting], [1994 March]
IV.1227Jewish Dinner 4/4, [1994 March-April]
IV.1228China Clay Producers 4/5, [1993 December-1994 May]
IV.1229Glenn Hicks 4/11 [Atlanta, GA], [1994 March-April]
IV.1230Gary Bremer 4/15, [1994 February-May]
IV.1231Fitzgerald 4/22, [1994 March-April]
IV.1232Announcement Week [Campaign ’94 Announcement tour schedule], [1994 April]
IV.1233Valdosta 4/27, [1994 April]
IV.1234Statesboro/Bulloch County Fundraiser 4/29, [1994 March-April]
IV.1235Sandersville 4/28, [1993 October-1994 May]
IV.1236Joe Sports 5/3, 1994 May 3
BoxFolder
IV.131Clay Long 5/4 [Long, Aldridge, and Norman], [1994 April-May]
IV.132Forsyth 5/19 [Cumming], [1994 May]
IV.133Trial Lawyers 5/20 [6/7, Atlanta, GA], [1994 May-June]
IV.134Swainsboro 5/24, [1994 May]
IV.135Ringgold 5/25 [host James Moreland], [1994 May]
IV.136Alma [List of Campaign contributions], [undated]
IV.137Georgia Nursing Home Association 5/26, [1994 May]
IV.138Waycross 5/27, [1994 May]
IV.139Claxton 5/27, [1994 May, undated]
IV.1310Madison 5/31, [1994 May]
IV.1311Golf Tournament 6/6, [1994 April-June]
IV.1312Pat Thomas 6/15, [1994 June]
IV.1313Tri-County Luncheon 6/20, [1994 June]
IV.1314Dublin 6/21, [1994 June]
IV.1315Cornelia 6/22, [1994 June]
IV.1316St. Simon’s 6/23, [1994 June]
IV.1317Cordele 6/23, [1994 May-June]
IV.1318New York 6/22-6/24, [1994 June]
IV.1319Macon 6/27, [1994 June]
IV.1320Albany 6/28, [1994 June]
IV.1321Walker County 6/28, [1994 June]
IV.1322Atlanta 6/29, [1994 June]
IV.1323Hammock 6/30 [Greensboro, GA], [1994 June]
IV.1324Cousins 7/6 [Atlanta, GA], [1994 July]
IV.1325Bob Silverman 7/12, [1994 June-July]
IV.1326Lee Sessions 7/13, [1994 June-July]
IV.1327[Bob Short 7/14, Atlanta, GA], [1994]
IV.1328Primary Night 7/19, [1994 June]
IV.1329Washington D.C. 7/20, [1994 June-August]
IV.1330New York City 7/21, [1994 June-August]
IV.1331Young Professionals 7/29 [Atlanta, GA], [1993 December-1994 July]
IV.1332Greenbaum 8/2 [Atlanta, GA], [1994 July-August]
IV.1333Engineers 8/11, [1994 July-August]
IV.1334Warner Robins 8/11, [1994 May-August]
IV.1335Dahlonega 8/15, [1994 July-August]
IV.1336Peter Banks 8/17 [Barnesville, GA], [1994 August]
IV.1337Jonesboro/Forest Park 8/19, [1994 July-August]
IV.1338[Randy Blackwood 8/19], [1994 June-August]
IV.1339Woodstock 8/22, [1994 August]
IV.1340Tifton 8/23, [1994 July-August]
IV.1341Atlanta Motor Speedway 8/24, [1994 March-August]
IV.1342Dawson County 8/25, [1994 August]
IV.1343Georgia-Pacific 8/26, [1994 August]
IV.1344Vidalia 8/26, [1994 July-August]
IV.1345[Homebuilders 8/31, Atlanta, GA], [1994 August]
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IV.141Blairsville, 9/6, [1994 July-September]
IV.142Gordon County 9/8 [Bob Holder host], [1994 August-September]
IV.143Steve Johnson event 9/8, [1994 September]
IV.144Tim Connolly 9/9, [1994 August-September]
IV.145Don Keough 9/12, [1994 September]
IV.146Savannah 9/13, [1994 August-September]
IV.147Reynolds golf 9/14 [Governor’s Cup Challenge], [1994 July-September]
IV.148Hartwell 9/14 [Fletcher Seabolt host], [1994 August-September]
IV.149Carrollton 9/15, [1994 September]
IV.1410[Pitts Carr/Georgia Motor Trucking Association 9/16], [1994 September]
IV.1411Douglas County 9/19, [1994 August-September]
IV.1412Iris Feinburg 9/20, [1994 July-September]
IV.1413Labor 9/21, [1994 September]
IV.1414Augusta 9/22, [1994 August-September]
IV.1415Pharmacists 9/27, [1994 September]
IV.1416Rome-Floyd County 9/27, [1993 October-1994 September]
IV.1417Atlanta 9/28, [1994 September]
IV.1418[Workers Compensation Attorneys 9/29], [1994 September]
IV.1419[Fundraising breakfast 9/30, Marriott Atlanta Gwinnett Place], [1994 September]
IV.1420Atlanta Dinner 10/1, [1994 July-October]
IV.1421[Bill Dahlberg 10/3, Atlanta, GA], [1994 October]
IV.1422Poultry 10/3, [1994 September-October]
IV.1423Cartersville 10/3, [1994 July-October]
IV.1424Fundraising Barbeque 10/4 [Covington, GA, hosted by Milton Goolsby], [1994 October]
IV.1425Nadine Thomas 10/5 [South Dekalb], [1994 September-October]
IV.1426Georgia Nursing Home Association 10/6, [1994 October]
IV.1427Rubin 10/6 [Bob Rubin host], [1994 October]
IV.1428Cobb County 10/9, [1994 September-October]
IV.1429[Fundraiser lunch 10/10, State Farmer’s Market], [1994 October]
IV.1430[Fundraising lunch and barbeque 10/11, P.W. Bryan host], [1994 October]
IV.1431Country Music 10/12, [1994 September-October]
IV.1432Dornbush 10/13 [Atlanta, GA], [1994 October]
IV.1433Henry County 10/14 [Harold McGarity host], [1994 September-October]
IV.1434Jesup 10/17, [1994 August-October]
IV.1435[Georgia Association of General Contractors 10/18], [1994 October]
IV.1436Jasper 10/21, [1994 September]
IV.1437[Roberta 10/27, Rubber Technologies, Inc.], [1994 October]
IV.1438Workers Compensation Attorneys 10/28, [1994 October]
IV.1439Election Night 11/8, [1994 September-November]
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IV.151Nashville, [1994 September 1]
IV.152Amendment #1 [campaign disclosure report], [1994 February 16]
IV.153In-Kind Contributions #1, [1993 October-December]
IV.154In-Kind Contributions #2, [1994 May-June]
IV.155In-Kind #3, [1994 June-July]
IV.156In-Kind #5, [1994 July-October]
IV.157In-Kind #6, [1994 September-December]
IV.158Refunded Contributions, [1993 November-1994 November]
IV.159Requests to Designate Contributions, [1993 December-1994 December]
IV.1510Returned Contributions, 1993 October-1994 November
IV.1511[1994 Fundraising Receipts Report], [1994 May-November]
IV.1512Office Information [Correspondence and Memorandums], [1993 September-1994 December]
IV.1513Clinton Fundraiser lunch letters, [1994 May-June]
IV.1514Gellerstedt [Campaign fundraising efforts by Gellerstedt, CEO Beers Construction Company], [1994 June-July]
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IV.161Morning Briefings, 1994 April-May
IV.162Morning Briefings, 1994 May-June
IV.163Morning Briefings, 1994 June
IV.164Morning Briefings, 1994 July
IV.165The Miller Record, 1994 April
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IV.171Morning Briefings, 1994 March-June
IV.172Morning Briefings (folder 1 of 3), 1994 July
IV.173Morning Briefings (folder 2 of 3), 1994 July
IV.174Morning Briefings (folder 3 of 3), 1994 July
IV.175Morning Briefings (folder 1 of 3), 1994 August
IV.176Morning Briefings (folder 2 of 3), 1994 August
IV.177Morning Briefings (folder 3 of 3), 1994 August
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IV.181Morning Briefings (folder 1 of 3), 1994 September
IV.182Morning Briefings (folder 2 of 3), 1994 September
IV.183Morning Briefings (folder 3 of 3), 1994 September
IV.184Morning Briefings (folder 1 of 4), 1994 October
IV.185Morning Briefings (folder 2 of 4), 1994 October
IV.186Morning Briefings (folder 3 of 4), 1994 October
IV.187Morning Briefings (folder 4 of 4), 1994 October
IV.188Morning Briefings, 1994 November
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IV.191Arts Festival, 1994 September
IV.192[Boyd, Jim – Campaign Mailer], [1994 June]
IV.193Castellanos Opponents, 1994 September
IV.194DCYS – 11 yr. old boy, 1994 August-September
IV.195Debate/Forum Invitation, 1994 August-October
IV.196Debate letter to David Shafer, 1994 September
IV.197Debate Transcripts [Guy Millner speaking at Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Pine Mountain, GA], 1994 September
IV.198Department of Corrections, 1994 May-August
IV.199Ethics in Government Act, 1994
IV.1910Fair and Open Grants Act, 1994 May
IV.1911Flag, etc., 1992 June-1994 May
IV.1912Flood, undated
IV.1913Focus Groups, [1994] August 30
IV.1914Focus Group, [1994] September 29
IV.1915Governor Miller – Bio, 1994
IV.1916Governor Miller’s DUI Initiatives, 1991, 1993
IV.1917Governor’s Test Questions, 1994 July
IV.1918[Heard, Paul – Press releases, transcripts, Founder’s Trust, ads], [1994 February-July]
IV.1919Hope Scholarship, 1994 April-July
IV.1920Keeping Faith: Crime and Education Booklets, [undated]
IV.1921[Knox, John – Press releases, radio, and TV. ads], [1994 July-August]
IV.1922Knox, John/Speeches, 1993 January-1994 August
IV.1923Legislations for Fairness, 1994 October
IV.1924Letters to Governor, 1994 May-July
IV.1925Lottery, 1994 March-June, undated
IV.1926[McNair, Nimrod – Press Releases and TV. ads], [1994 March-July]
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IV.201Millner Brochure Attacking Welfare, 1994 August
IV.202Millner – Bus Tour 9/6-9/7, [1994]
IV.203Millner – Buys by Market [Guy Millner and John Knox media buys], 1994 May-October
IV.204Millner-Christian Coalition, 1994 August
IV.205Millner-Crime Plan [Plan and Press Conference Transcript], 1994
IV.206Millner-Disclosures/Fundraising, 1994
IV.207Millner-Endorsements, 1994 July-August
IV.208Millner- Letters to the Editor – Suggested Samples, [1994]
IV.209Millner – Negatives, 1994 August
IV.2010Millner- Post Primary Press Releases, 1994 August-October
IV.2011Miller- Press Conference on Taxes- Millner Pledge, 1994 August
IV.2012Millner- Press Release and Media Advisory, 1994 May-June
IV.2013Millner- Quotes and Research, 1994
IV.2014Millner- Speeches, 1994 May-June
IV.2015Millner- Spots [TV and radio scripts], 1994 April-November
IV.2016Miller/Millner – “Tax Promises” and Proposals [Financial Disclosure and Voter Approval Pledge], 1994 August
IV.2017Millner – Transcripts Run-off Night, 1994 August
IV.2018Millner- Transcripts- Post-Primary, 1994 August-September
IV.2019Millner- “Welfare to Work”, [1994 October]
IV.2020National Committee for an Effective Congress, 1994 March-June
IV.2021POAG Crime Speech – Savannah [“Remarks by Governor Zell Miller”], 1994 September
IV.2022Pardons and Paroles, 1994 May-September
IV.2023Pardons and Paroles – Millner/Norrell [State Auditors Reports], 1979-1983
IV.2024Per Capita State Government Revenue, 1990
IV.2025Qualifiers, 1994 March-April
IV.2026Questionnaires, 1994 June
IV.2027Research – crime, tax cuts, etc., undated
IV.2028Special Session [Election of Jay Shaw], 1994 July-August
IV.2029Star G-S-P, 1994 June
IV.2030Victims Bill of Rights, undated
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IV.211GOTV, 1994 August-October
IV.212Grunwald, Eskew and Donilon-Media Buys/Rates, 1994 January-July
IV.213Log of Media Inquiries, 1994 July-August
IV.214Media Advisories – After run-off, 1994 August-September
IV.215Media Buy [Media Buys and Scripts], [1994] September 9, July-September
IV.216Media Buys, [1994] September 9-19
IV.217Media Buy 9/20-9/26, [1994]
IV.218Media Buy 9/27-10/3, 1994 September
IV.219Media Buy 10/4-10/10, [1994]
IV.2110Media Buy 10/11-10/17, [1994]
IV.2111Media Buy 10/18-10/24, [1994]
IV.2112Media Buy – Last Three Weeks 10/18-11/17, [1994]
IV.2113Media Buy – Georgia Black Radio, 1994 October
IV.2114[Media Coverage of Campaign Events], [1994]
IV.2115Media Placement Services, 1994 July
IV.2116Media Requests – Run-Off Night [GOP Runoff], 1994 August
IV.2117Media Scripts – Miller – After Run-Off, 1994 January-December
IV.2118Proposed Television Time Settlement, 1994 July-September
IV.2119Scripts – Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon, 1994 May-June, undated
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IV.221Announcement Tour [route schedule and itinerary], 1994 April
IV.222Announcement Tour [speech and questions], 1994 April
IV.223Daily Schedules, 1994 May-July
IV.224Daily Schedules, 1994 August-October
IV.225Forums, 1994 August
IV.226Master Calendar, 1994 August [July 1-November 8]
IV.227Miller Releases After Run-Off, [1994 August-September]
IV.228Press Releases, 1994 April-July
IV.229Savannah Yacht Club, 1994 August
IV.2210Schedules, 1994 April-October
IV.2211Schedules, 1994 April-October
IV.2212State Convention Speech [Drafts of Governor Miller’s Speech], 1994 August
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IV.231Coopers and Secrest Changes to Poll/Pos. and Neg., 1994 April-May
IV.232Coopers and Secrest/Primary, 1994 July
IV.233Department of Justice re: Voting rights act, 1994 August
IV.234Editorial Board AJ/AC, [1994 October 13]
IV.235Eleventh District, 1994 September
IV.236Georgia Costs per Point [Includes Market Profile and Demographic Analysis], 1994
IV.237[November Group, Campaign self-mailers, “Plan” and “Accomplishments” handouts], [1994 October]
IV.238Official Ballot [sample and official], 1994 July-September
IV.239Platform Budget, [undated]
IV.2310Platform, final [Keeping Faith with Georgia’s Future], [1994 April 5]
IV.2311Platform Versions, 1994 July
IV.2312Primary Results, 1994 July
IV.2313Raw Analysis [Viewer responses to ads], 1994
IV.2314Transcript GOP-Runoff Debate, 1994 August
IV.2315ZM Transcript Runoff Night Remarks, [undated]
IV.2316Voter Guide/Primary Ballot and Runoff, 1994 August
IV.2317Unofficial Returns – GOP Run-off, 1994 August
IV.2318Voter Targeting, 1988-1994
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IV.241Autumn Polling Schedule, 1994 July-October
IV.242Blind Trust, 1993 December-1994 May
IV.243Budget Report, 1994 January-November
IV.244Carville and Begala, 1994 March-September
IV.245Checks written on ZM account – Lake House ‘85, 1985 March-June
IV.246Jim/Contract with Virgil [Contract between James Andrews and Zell Miller for Governor ’94 Campaign], 1994
IV.247Cooper and Secrest Agreement/Polling Budget, 1994 February-October
IV.248Democratic Party of Georgia [Financial Information] (folder 1 of 2), 1994 January-June
IV.249Democratic Party of Georgia [Financial Information] (folder 2 of 2), 1994 January-June
IV.2410GOP Campaign Finance, 1994 May
IV.2411Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon Reimbursements, 1993 December-1994 July
IV.2412Healthmaster [re: political donations], 1994 May-August
IV.2413Lease – Norrell and Workman Co., 1979 November
IV.2414LUC. Inc/Bobby Kalvin [media buys], 1994 February-August
IV.2415S.1 Norrell – Public [Registration on statement under the Securities Act of 1933], 1994
IV.2416Phone Lists, [1994]
IV.2417Questions re: Poll/Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon, 1994 April-August
IV.2418Schedules – Grunwald, Eskew, and Donilon, 1994 April-May
IV.2419Alan Secrest Memo – “Smoothing Out…”, 1994 October
IV.2420Staff Salary/Budget, [1994]
IV.2421Summary Expenses ZM ‘90, 1988 January-1991 December
IV.2422The Tellie Works (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
IV.2423The Tellie Works (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
IV.2424Rogers Wells – Gtech [G-Tech campaign contributions], 1994 October
IV.2425Young Harris Apartments, 1983, 1994 October
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IV.251Appointments, 1991 February-1994 September
IV.252Bowers [Michael] (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1994
IV.253Bowers [Michael] (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1994
IV.254Bowers/Press Conference/Switch Parties, 1994 April
IV.255Boyd, Jim, 1988-1994
IV.256Budgets and Taxes/Casual Sales Tax, 1993 August-December, undated
IV.257Budgets and Taxes/Emergency Rainy Day Funds, 1993 September 21, undated
IV.258Budget 92/Medical Association Speech [remarks], 1991 February
IV.259Budget and Taxes, 1991-1994
IV.2510Budget and Taxes/FY 93, 1992 April-1993 July
IV.2511Budget and Taxes/FY 94, 1993-1994
IV.2512Budget and Taxes/FY 95, 1994
IV.2513Budget and Taxes/State Debt, 1993 January
IV.2514Budget and Taxes/State Employment, 1992 March-1993 May
IV.2515Budget and Taxes/Tax Cut, 1994
IV.2516Budget/Economy: Budget (folder 1 of 2), [1993-1994]
IV.2517Budget/Economy: Economy (folder 2 of 2), [1993-1994]
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IV.261Candidates Positions, 1994 July
IV.262Competition (folder 1 of 3), 1990
IV.263Competition (folder 2 of 3), 1990
IV.264Competition (folder 3 of 3), 1990
IV.265Convention Speech [Georgia Democratic Convention], 1994 August
IV.266Crime (folder 1 of 4), [1994]
IV.267Crime (folder 2 of 4), [1994]
IV.268Crime (folder 3 of 4), [1994]
IV.269Crime (folder 4 of 4), [1994]
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IV.271Crime (folder 1 of 2), [1994]
IV.272Crime (folder 2 of 2), [1994]
IV.273Crime/Boot Camp, 1992-1994
IV.274Crime/Drugs, 1991-1994
IV.275Crime/DUI, 1992-1994
IV.276Crime/Early Release, 1992 November-December
IV.277Crime/Juvenile, 1992-1994
IV.278Crime/Proposals, 1994 September
IV.279Doc/Ethics/”Sistie” Hudson, 1988-1990
IV.2710Editorials/Cartoons, 1994
IV.2711Education (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1994
IV.2712Education (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1994
IV.2713Education/Charter Schools, 1993-1994
IV.2714Education/Distance Learning, 1992-1994
IV.2715Education/GA 2000, 1992-1994
IV.2716Education/Grants Funding/Awards, 1992-1994
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IV.281Education/Higher Education, 1992-1994
IV.282Education/Literacy and Adult Education, 1992-1994
IV.283Education/Lottery, 1991-1994
IV.284Education/Pre-K, 1992-1994
IV.285Education/Sex Education Bill, 1992, undated
IV.286Education/Teachers, 1991-1994
IV.287Ethics, 1992 February-1993 January
IV.288Fees, 1992
IV.289Gay Games, undated
IV.2810Flag, 1992 January-1994 January
IV.2811Georgia Trend – Education, 1994
IV.2812GOP Candidates, 1992-1994
IV.2813GOP/Financial Disclosure Challenge, 1994 April-May
IV.2814GOP/Proctor [Robert] (folder 1 of 2), [1994]
IV.2815GOP/Proctor [Robert] (folder 2 of 2), [1994]
IV.2816Government Waste, 1992 January-1994 January
IV.2817Health Care, 1991 February-1994 June
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IV.291Hudson/Campaign Finances, 1988-1992
IV.292Index of Executives Orders, 1991-1994
IV.293Indices [List of Speeches to organizations and topics], 1991-1993
IV.294Jobs and Economy, 1991 April-1994 September
IV.295Judicial, 1992 February-1993 December
IV.296Knox, John (folder 1 of 3), 1981-1994
IV.297Knox, John (folder 2 of 3), 1981-1994
IV.298Knox, John (folder 3 of 3), 1981-1994
IV.299Legislation/Legislative Accomplishment, 1991-1994
IV.2910Lottery, 1992 January-1994 June
IV.2911Jim Lovejoy – Southern Research, 1988-1994
IV.2912Military, 1991 March-1994 June
IV.2913Miller/Abortion, 1991-1994
IV.2914Miller/Advertisements, 1994
IV.2915Miller/Ads/Truth Quads, 1994
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IV.301Miller/Agriculture [Newspaper clippings], 1991-1994
IV.302Miller/Appointments, 1991-1994
IV.303Miller/Appointments/List, 1994 January-April
IV.304Miller/Auto Insurance [Newspaper clippings and reports], 1987-1994
IV.305Miller/Brochures, 1994
IV.306Miller/Budget and Taxes/Bonds Issued, 1991-1994
IV.307Miller/Budget and Taxes/Budget Reform, 1993 February
IV.308Miller/Budget and Taxes/Budget Reform, 1993
IV.309Miller/Budget and Taxes/Budget Trends, 1994
IV.3010Miller/Budget and Taxes/Casual Sales Tax, 1993-1994
IV.3011Miller/Budget and Taxes/Federal Aid, 1994
IV.3012Miller/Budget and Taxes/Fees, 1991-1994
IV.3013Miller/Budget and Taxes/Fees, 1992 March 31, undated
IV.3014Miller/Budget and Taxes/Fiscal Management [Miller], 1994
IV.3015Miller/Budget and Taxes/Fiscal Rankings [Reports and articles], 1990-1994
IV.3016Miller/Budget/FY 91, [1991 April]
IV.3017Miller/Budget and Taxes/FY 92, 1991 January-1992 July
IV.3018Miller/Budget and Taxes/FY 92 Budget, 1990-1994
IV.3019Miller/Budget and Taxes/FY 93 Budget Georgia Rebound, 1992-1994
IV.3020Miller/Budget and Taxes/FY 94 Budget, 1993-1994
IV.3021Miller/Budget and Taxes/FY 95 Budget, 1993-1994
IV.3022Miller/Budget and Taxes/Food Exemption, 1991-1994
IV.3023Miller/Budget/Food Tax, 1991 February
IV.3024Miller/Budget and Taxes/Grants, 1994
IV.3025Miller/Budget and Taxes/Industries, 1994
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IV.311Miller/Budget and Taxes/Line Item Veto, 1994
IV.312Miller/Budget and Taxes/Pay Raises, 1991-1994
IV.313Miller/Budget and Taxes/Pension Court Case, 1993-1994
IV.314Miller/Budget and Taxes/Privatization, 1991-1994
IV.315Miller/Budget and Taxes/Rainy Day Fund, 1992-1994
IV.316Miller/Budget and Taxes/School and Property Taxes, 1991-1994
IV.317Miller/Budgets and Taxes/State Debt, 1991-1994
IV.318Miller/Budget and Taxes/State Employment, 1991-1994
IV.319Miller/Budget and Taxes/State Spending, 1993-1994
IV.3110Miller/Budget and Taxes/Tax Amnesty, 1992
IV.3111Miller/Budget and Taxes/Tax Amnesty, 1992-1994
IV.3112Miller/Budget and Taxes/Tax Cuts, 1990-1994
IV.3113Miller/Budget and Taxes/Tax Info, 1978-1994
IV.3114Miller/Budget and Taxes/Tax Reform, 1992-1993
IV.3115Miller/Budget and Taxes/Tax Reform, 1992-1994
IV.3116Miller/Budget and Taxes/Taxes/Constitutional Amendment, 1994
IV.3117Miller/Budget and Taxes/Williams Commission, 1990-1994
IV.3118Miller/Budget and Taxes/Williams Commission, 1992 April
IV.3119Miller/Business/Holdings, undated
IV.3120Miller/Children, 1991-1994
IV.3121Miller/Children/Child Abuse, 1991-1994
IV.3122Miller/Children/Child-Care, 1991-1994
IV.3123Miller/Children/Child Support, 1991-1994
IV.3124Zell Miller Clips, 1990
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IV.321Miller/Crime (folder 1 of 2)
IV.322Miller/Crime (folder 2 of 2), 1992-1994
IV.323Miller/Crime [Newspaper clippings], 1990-1994
IV.324Miller/Crime/Boot Camps (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1994
IV.325Miller/Crime/Boot Camps (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1994
IV.326Miller/Crime/Corrections, 1993-1994
IV.327Miller/Crime/Corrections and Parole Board Abuses, 1993-1994
IV.328Miller/Crime/Drugs, 1991-1994
IV.329Miller/Crime/DUI, 1991-1994
IV.3210Miller/DUI/Family, 1990-1994
IV.3211Miller/Crime/Early Release, 1992-1994
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IV.331Miller/Crime/Guns [Newspaper clippings], 1989-1994
IV.332Miller/Crime/Juvenile/DFACS, 1991-1994
IV.333Miller/Crime/Juvenile Justice, 1991-1994
IV.334Miller/Crime/Juvenile/Juvenile Prisons, 1993-1994
IV.335Miller/Crime/Juvenile/School Violence, 1993-1994
IV.336Miller/Crime/Juvenile/94 Crime Bill, 1993-1994
IV.337Miller/Crime/Legislation, 1992-1994
IV.338Miller/Crime/Old Clips/Headlines, 1989
IV.339Miller/Crime/Pardon and Paroles Board, 1992-1994
IV.3310Miller/Crime/Potential Willy Hortons [newspaper clippings], 1994 April-October
IV.3311Miller/Crimes/Prisons, 1991-1994
IV.3312Miller/Crimes/Prisons, 1992-1994
IV.3313Miller/Crime/Prison Letters, 1994 June-July
IV.3314Miller/Crime/Prison Openings, 1991-1994
IV.3315Miller/Crime/Prison/Work, 1994
IV.3316Miller/Crime/Proposals, 1994 September-October
IV.3317Miller/Crime/Sex in the Prisons, 1992-1994
IV.3318Miller/Education/Superintendent, 1991, undated
IV.3319Miller/Crime/Uniform Crime Reports, 1980-1994
IV.3320Miller/Crime/Victims Bill of Rights, 1994
IV.3321Miller/Crime/11-year old Rapist/Napper, 1990, 1994
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IV.341Miller/Crime/93 Law No Parole Sentence (also: Victim Impact Law) [newspaper clippings], 1992-1994
IV.342Miller/Crime/94 Legislation: Two Strikes and You’re Out [newspaper clippings, SB 441], 1994
IV.343Miller/Debates [newspaper clippings], 1994
IV.344Miller/Debate/90 Campaign Debates [newspaper clippings], 1990 September-November
IV.345Miller/Editorial Boards, 1994
IV.346Miller/Education, 1991-1994
IV.347Miller/Education/Book Bam, 1994
IV.348Miller/Education/Charter Schools, 1993-1994
IV.349Miller/Education/Distance Learning and Telemedicine, 1992-1994
IV.3410Miller/Education/Drop Outs, 1991-1994
IV.3411Miller/Education/Georgia 2000, 1991-1992
IV.3412Miller/Education/Graduation Requirements and Testing, 1991-1994
IV.3413Miller/Graduation/Higher Education, 1991-1994
IV.3414Miller/Education/Higher Ed/Chancellor, 1993-1994
IV.3415Miller/Education/Higher Ed/Regents, 1993-1994
IV.3416Miller/Education/HOPE by County, 1993-1994
IV.3417Miller/Education/Literacy, 1991-1994
IV.3418Miller/Education/Lottery, 1992-1994
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IV.351Miller/Education/Lottery/Hope, 1992-1994
IV.352Miller/Education/Lottery/Model Technology Grants, 1994
IV.353Miller/Education/Lottery/Money Allocation, 1994
IV.354Miller/Education/Lottery/Pre-Kindergarten, 1993-1994
IV.355Miller/Education/Lottery/School Safety, 1993-1994
IV.356Miller/Education/Outcome Based Education, 1992-1994
IV.357Miller/Education/Prayer, 1991-1994
IV.358Miller/Education/Proposals, 1994
IV.359Miller/Education/Proposal/Hope Expansion, 1994
IV.3510Miller/Education/SAT’s, 1972-1994
IV.3511Miller/Education/Sex Education, 1991-1994
IV.3512Miller/Education/Spending and Budget, 1990-1994
IV.3513Miller/Education/Superintendents, 1991-1994
IV.3514Miller/Education/Teacher Certification, 1991-1994
IV.3515Miller/Education/Teacher Pay, 1991-1994
IV.3516Miller/Education/Vouchers, 1991-1994
IV.3517Miller/Elderly, 1991-1994
IV.3518Miller/Endorsements, 1994
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IV.361Miller/Environment, 1991-1994
IV.362Miller/Environment, 1991 April-1994 September
IV.363Miller/Environment/Air Quality, 1991-1994
IV.364Miller/Environment/Coastal, 1992-1994
IV.365Miller/Environment/Coastal, 1993 July
IV.366Miller/Environment/Disasters, 1993-1994
IV.367Miller/Environment/EPD, 1991-1994
IV.368Miller/Environment/Disasters, 1991 March-1994 May
IV.369Miller/Environment/Hazardous Waste, 1990-1994
IV.3610Miller/Environment/Hazardous Waste, 1992 March-1993 June
IV.3611Miller/Environment/Legislative Summaries, 1991-1994
IV.3612Miller/Environment/Pollution, 1992-1993
IV.3613Miller/Environment/Pollution (Prevention), 1991-1994
IV.3614Miller/Environment/Preservation, 1991-1994
IV.3615Miller/Environment/Preservation, 1992 March-1994 September
IV.3616Miller/Environment/Reservoir, 1991-1994
IV.3617Miller/Environment/SRS Nuclear Plant, 1991-1994
IV.3618Miller/Environment/Super fund, 1992-1994
IV.3619Miller/Environment/Taylor Incinerator, 1989-1992
IV.3620Miller/Equifax, 1994
IV.3621Miller/Health/Health Care Reform – GRIP [Georgia Reform Insurance Plan], 1992 January-1993 September
IV.3622Miller/Health/Indigent Care Trust, 1992-1994
IV.3623Miller/Health/Infant Mortality, 1993 January
IV.3624Miller/Health/Healthy Mothers, 1993 January
IV.3625Miller/Jobs and Economy/BEST, 1994 January-October
IV.3626Miller/Jobs and Economy/Business, 1992 April-1994 September
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IV.371Miller/Jobs and Economy/Economic Development (folder 1 of 2), 1992 April-1994 September
IV.372Miller/Jobs and Economy/Economic Development (folder 2 of 2), 1992 April-1994 September
IV.373Miller/Jobs and Economy/Employment, 1992 March-1994 June
IV.374Miller/Jobs and Economy/Exports and International Trade, 1992 May-1994 September
IV.375Miller/Legislation/General, 1991 January-1994 October
IV.376Miller/Values, 1994 May-August
IV.377Miller/Welfare/Kids Child Support, 1992 April-1994 June
IV.378Miller/Welfare/Peach, 1993 March-1994 April
IV.379Miller/Welfare Reform, 1992 June-1994 June
IV.3710Guy Millner [newspaper clippings], 1994 November
IV.3711Guy Millner [Press] Releases (folder 1 of 2), 1994
IV.3712Guy Millner [Press] Releases (folder 2 of 2), 1994
IV.3713Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2), 1991 January-1994 October
IV.3714Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2), 1991 January-1994 October
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IV.381Office of Planning and Budget: Education, 1990-1994
IV.382Office of Planning and Budget: Environment, 1985-1990
IV.383Office of Planning and Budget: Ethics, 1992-1994
IV.384Office of Planning and Budget: Highlights, 1968-1994
IV.385Office of Planning and Budget: Human Resources, 1980-1994
IV.386Office of Planning and Budget: Taxes, 1974-1994
IV.387Olympics, 1992 January-1994 September
IV.388Open Records Request (folder 1 of 2), 1994 June-July
IV.389Open Records Request (folder 2 of 2), 1994 June-July
IV.3810Opponents/Georgia Open Records Act, 1994 May
IV.3811Poag, Judy, 1993 June-1994 July
IV.3812Poag/Fundraising Letter [Research], 1994 January 20
IV.3813Politics [re:1992 Election Governor Associations], 1991 January-1994 August
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IV.391Press Releases (folder 1 of 3), 1994 April-November
IV.392Press Releases (folder 2 of 3), 1994 April-November
IV.393Press Releases (folder 3 of 3), 1994 April-November
IV.394Tate [Carter “Mark”], 1994 April-July
IV.395Remarks and Speeches (Announcement Week), 1994 April
IV.396State of State Addresses, 1991 January-1994 January
IV.397Transportation, 1991 March-1994 September
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IV.401Bernfield [Jim, Zell Miller Rankings], 1994 October
IV.402Democratic Primary Tracking Poll, 1994 June-July
IV.403Filled in Polls, 1994 May-October
IV.404Focus Group, 1994 September 14
IV.405Focus Groups, 1994 September
IV.406Governor Poll Questions 7/25, 1994 July
IV.407Howard Poll 9/15, 1994 September
IV.408July Focus Group, 1994 July
IV.409Majestic [re: Millner and Norrell Corporation] (folder 1 of 2), 1975-1994
IV.4010Majestic [re: Millner and Norrell Corporation] (folder 2 of 2), 1975-1994
IV.4011May Poll-Questionnaire, [1994 April-May]
IV.4012Miller/Polls/Special [Drafts for March 9, 1994 Polling Questionnaire], [1994 March]
IV.4013Guy Millner Poll – August – Drafts, [1994 August]
IV.4014Poll Analysis, 1994 October
IV.4015September Poll [Questionnaire Drafts], 1994
IV.4016Survey of Attitudes Among Democratic Primary Voters in Georgia, Cooper and Secrest, 1994 July 13-14
IV.4017Tracking Poll Memo 6/15, 1994 June
IV.4018Tracking Poll [Questionnaire Drafts], 1994 October 4
IV.4019Tracking Poll [Questionnaire drafts and findings], 1994 October 10
IV.4020Tracking Schedule 7/25 Fall, 1994 July
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IV.411Back up for Millner Documents (folder 1 of 2), 1994
IV.412Back up for Millner Documents (folder 2 of 2), 1994
IV.413Debate Book (folder 1 of 3), 1994
IV.414Debate Book (folder 2 of 3), 1994
IV.415Debate Book (folder 3 of 3), 1994
IV.416The Guy Book (folder 1 of 2), 1994
IV.417The Guy Book (folder 2 of 2), 1994
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IV.421A Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary Voters (folder 1 of 3), 1988 December
IV.422A Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary Voters (folder 2 of 3), 1988 December
IV.423A Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary Voters (folder 3 of 3), 1988 December
IV.424A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes: Special Focus on Democratic Primary Votes – Cooper and Secrest (folder 1 of 3), 1988 March
IV.425A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes: Special Focus on Democratic Primary Votes – Cooper and Secrest (folder 2 of 3), 1988 March
IV.426A Survey of Voters’ Attitudes: Special Focus on Democratic Primary Votes – Cooper and Secrest (folder 3 of 3), 1988 March
IV.427A Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary Voters (folder 1 of 2), 1989 April
IV.428A Trend Survey of Voter Attitudes: Democratic Primary Voters (folder 2 of 2), 1989 April
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IV.431A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1990 January
IV.432A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1990 January
IV.433A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1990 May
IV.434A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1990 May
IV.435A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 June 8
IV.436Appendix, 1989 March
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IV.441A Survey of Democratic Primary Voters’ Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 June 17
IV.442A Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 June 26
IV.443A Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 July 1
IV.444A Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1990 July 8
IV.445A Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1990 July 8
IV.446A Survey of Democratic Primary Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 July 10
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IV.451A Survey of Democratic Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 July 17
IV.452A Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 August 1
IV.453A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 October 17
IV.454A Survey of Democratic Runoff Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 October 26
IV.455A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1990 November 1
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IV.461Chronology for Calendar Year, 1975-1976
IV.462Chronology for Calendar Year, 1975-1977
IV.463Chronology for Calendar Year, 1978-1979
IV.464Chronology for Calendar Year, 1978-1979
IV.465Chronology for Calendar Year, 1980
IV.466Chronology for Calendar Year, 1981
IV.467Chronology for Calendar Year, 1980-1981
IV.468Chronology for Calendar Year, 1980-1981
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IV.471Chronology for Calendar Year, 1982
IV.472Chronology for Calendar Year, 1982-1984
IV.473Chronology for Calendar Year, 1982-1984
IV.474Chronology for Calendar Year, 1984
IV.475Chronology for Calendar Year, 1985
IV.476Chronology for Calendar Year, 1986
IV.477Chronology for Calendar Year, 1985-1986
IV.478Chronology for Calendar Year, 1985-1986
IV.479Chronology for Calendar Year, 1987
IV.4710Chronology for Calendar Year, 1988
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IV.481Chronology for Calendar Year, 1987-1988
IV.482Chronology for Calendar Year, 1987-1988
IV.483Miller on Taxes- Chronology, undated
IV.484Chronology File, 1991 January-February
IV.485Chronology File, 1991 March-April
IV.486Chronology File, 1992 January-February
IV.487Chronology File, 1992 March-May 14
IV.488Chronology File, 1992 May 15-July
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IV.491Chronology File (folder 1 of 2), 1992 August-December
IV.492Chronology File (folder 2 of 2), 1992 August-December
IV.493Chronology File (folder 1 of 3), 1993 January-May
IV.494Chronology File (folder 2 of 3), 1993 January-May
IV.495Chronology File (folder 3 of 3), 1993 January-May
IV.496Chronology File (folder 1 of 3), 1993 June-December
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IV.501Chronology File (folder 2 of 3), 1993 June-December
IV.502Chronology File (folder 3 of 3), 1993 June-December
IV.503Chronology File, 1994 January-February
IV.504Chronology File, 1994 February-March
IV.505Chronology File, 1994 April
IV.506Chronology File, 1994 May
IV.507Chronology File, 1994 June
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IV.511Chronology File, 1994 July
IV.512Chronology File, 1994 August
IV.513Chronology File, 1994 September
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IV.521Campaign Clippings, 1990
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IV.531Campaign Clippings, 1990
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OS1"A Lottery? Zell Yes!" sign
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OS2Zell for Governor posters, 1990
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R.IV.541-3A Survey of Voter Attitudes in Georgia, 1997 October
Access Restrictions: Access to voter surveys is restricted for 20 years from date of creation. The box will be open for research use in November 2017.
R.IV.544Coopers & Secrest Polls, 1994 April-July
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IV.551Fundraising, 1994 February-November
IV.552Secrest Poll, 1994 September 25
IV.553Miller Poll, 1994 August
IV.554Secrest, 1994 October 4
IV.555Poll - Whites by Region, 1994 September 15
IV.556Poll Additions, undated
IV.557Focus/Dial Groups, 1994 March-July
IV.558Offshore Polls, 1994 July-August
IV.559Howard Poll, 1994 September 14
IV.5510Yates, Comer - Poll, 1994 September
IV.5511-12Tracking Poll, 1994 October 10-17
IV.5513Comparative Data, 1994 October 18
IV.5514-16Tracking Poll, 1994 October 23-31
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IV.561-6Gubernatorial Series: A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1994 May
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IV.571-5Gubernatorial Series: A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1994 May-August
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R.IV.581-3A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1994 May
R.IV.584-5A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1993 October
R.IV.586-7A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1996 November
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R.IV.588-9A Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Georgia, 1993 November
R.IV.5810A Survey of the State of Georgia, 1995 September
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R.IV.5811A Precinct Level Analysis of Racial Voting Patterns in Georgia's 1992 General Election and Runoff for U.S. Senate, 1993 May
R.IV.5812A Qualitative Investigation Conducted for the Democratic Party of Georgia, 1993 May
R.IV.5813Finch, McCranie, Brown & Thrash, 1994
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VI.17Full Newspapers (Mountain News and Enotah Echoes) with Announcement that Miller will Run for Governor, 1990
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IV.268Zell Miller for Governor '94, 1994