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Georgia Lottery Board Announces Interim President
The Georgia Lottery Corporation's (GLC) Board of Directors met this morning to name an interim president. In a unanimous vote, the GLC's Board of Directors has named Cathy Walls as interim President of the GLC. Ms. Walls has the full support of the entire Board and the authority to run the GLC's day-to-day operations. The GLC's Board will immediately begin the process of searching for the best available candidate to fill the position of President in a permanent capacity. According to Board Chair ...
Sep 9, 2003, 4:06 am - Lottery News forum

New lottery chief gets jackpot, too, if she hits the numbers
Industry-heralded lottery czar Rebecca Paul could be paid just over $750,000 if:Next year's Tennessee Lottery sells its first scratch-off tickets by Feb.17.Sells its first online tickets 60 days later.And clears $122 million for education by July 1.Those ambitious goals are built into a base- and incentive-pay package worked out with Paul over the weekend by the Tennessee Lottery Board to lure her away from a $500,000-a-year post as chief executive officer of the Georgia Lottery to the same posi ...
Sep 9, 2003, 3:44 am - Lottery News forum

Statement of Gov. Sonny Perdue About the Resignation of Rebecca Paul
Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue issued the following statement today regarding the resignation of Rebecca Paul as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Georgia Lottery Corporation: Under Rebecca Paul's leadership, the Georgia Lottery Corporation has returned over six billion dollars to education since 1993. Her impressive management and innovative marketing of the Georgia Lottery has not only been recognized here in Georgia, but around the nation. I want to personally thank Rebecca for her ...
Sep 8, 2003, 2:34 pm - Lottery News forum

Miller, Barnes say Paul will be missed at Georgia lottery
A Georgia lottery that could fall short of funding two nationally acclaimed education programs in as little as three years now must operate without the woman who guided it for 10 years. Rebecca Paul said Monday she is leaving to run the Tennessee games.Shes the best lottery director in the world and she will be greatly missed in Georgia, said Sen. Zell Miller, who led the push to establish the lottery when he was governor, and was instrumental in luring Paul from Florida to start Georgias games ...
Sep 8, 2003, 2:32 pm - Lottery News forum

Georgia's Lottery Director to Quit
Rebecca Paul, who started Georgia's lottery and has been its only director for 10 years, is jumping ship to run the startup lottery for neighboring Tennessee. She has informed the governor, Dan McLagan, a spokesman for Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue, said. Mrs. Paul has indicated she is looking for a new challenge. We certainly wish her well. Earlier Sunday, two sources told The Associated Press Paul was negotiating with Tennessee officials to head their new lottery and that she was expected to tak ...
Sep 8, 2003, 3:38 am - Lottery News forum

Tennessee Rejects Lottery Deal with Georgia
The Tennessee lottery board decided unanimously this afternoon to decline a partnership with the Georgia lottery perhaps delaying the startup of games in Tennessee until March.Board members said the deal made sense from a business perspective because it would have provided more net revenue to be used for scholarships for Tennessee students.Although the state Attorney General's Office and the outside counsel consortium led by Waller Lansden Dortch Davis agree a joint venture is legal and allowe ...
Sep 3, 2003, 6:06 pm - Lottery News forum

Is Georgia too much on their minds?
Tennessee's new lottery board appears to be rushing headlong into a partnership with Georgia, and someone needs to slow the train down so the public can have a better view of where it is headed.The plunge to do business with Georgia has raised more questions than members of the Tennessee Education Lottery Corp. have answered. The first and foremost is the legality of such a contract.That question is expected to have an answer from Tennessee Attorney General Paul Summers in a formal legal opinion ...
Sep 3, 2003, 3:54 am - Lottery News forum

Lottery deal may lead to lawsuits
Tennessee's lottery board is pushing ahead with preparations for an unprecedented partnership with Georgia despite escalating criticism of the arrangement and no definitive answer as to whether it would be legal. That question is expected to be answered by Attorney General Paul G. Summers in a formal legal opinion before Friday, when the seven-member board of the Tennessee Education Lottery Corp. has scheduled a vote on acceptance of Georgia's offer.If given the legal green light, there is an ar ...
Sep 2, 2003, 4:04 am - Lottery News forum

Lottery partnerships have poor track record
As Tennessee officials consider a lottery partnership with Georgia, lottery observers warn that similar joint ventures have had their problems. Tensions simmer within a consortium of western Canadian provinces operating a lottery together. Three New England states are starting to go their separate ways. And South Carolina took only a few days before turning down Georgia's offer to join forces.``Some liaisons are not what they're cracked up to be,'' Edward Stanek of Iowa, the country's longest-se ...
Sep 2, 2003, 3:58 am - Lottery News forum

Sen. Criticizes Proposed Tenn.-Georgia Partnership
A Tennessee state senator Thursday questioned a lottery alliance proposed between Tennessee and Georgia. Sen. Bill Clabough of Maryville said the partnership would undermine public trust by ignoring a law requiring competitive bidding.Under consideration is a plan for the two states to share in major lottery vendor contracts.Clabough said the Legislature has clearly stated that such major contracts should be awarded based on competitive bids.Tennessee lottery officials have said they hope to mak ...
Aug 29, 2003, 4:06 am - Lottery News forum