Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue is seeking a higher authority for a solution to his state's drought problems: God. The Peach State leader will host a multi-faith prayer service outside the state capitol in Atlanta Nov. 13, asking God to send rain over all of the drought-stricken Southeast.
“The only solution is rain, and the only place we get that is from a higher power,” Perdue spokesman Bert Brantley said, according to the Associated Press.Perdue, who is Baptist, has often publicly mentioned the need for prayer during this dry season and was recently involved in an association of farmer's day of prayer for agriculture.
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