Like the above posters said, it really does depend on your definition of "easy" and your educational goals.
I'm an Ohio resident (currently at school out-of-state) who is going home to begin an accelerated BSN program this summer.
I applied to a full spectrum of RN programs in Ohio (ADN's at community colleges, traditional BSN's, accelerated BSN's) & found, at least academically, the pre-reqs were comparable across program type.
CC's had longer wait-lists (sometimes 2+ years) than BSN's/ABSN's, but would eventually sit everyone who met the minimum requirements. The bachelor's programs were more competitive, requiring a higher minimum GPA, better test scores, essays, & interviews. All the BSN/ABSN programs to which I applied had selective admissions (more qualified applicants than slots) & most only accepted apps once a year.
I'm not sure how this compares with the situation in Georgia.
One caveat: Ohio is a geographically diverse state, with several big urban areas (Cleveland/Akron-Canton/Youngstown, Columbus, Cincinnati/Dayton, Toledo) as well as many smaller, rural ones. The bigger cities (obviously) have more programs from which to choose, but if you're willing to relocate to less populous area you might find schools with a smaller applicant pool.
Also, I didn't look at any of the for-profit schools in Ohio (Chamberlain, etc), so I'm not sure how their admissions procedures work/differ from those of not-for-profit schools.
Good luck if you apply & come to school Ohio! It's often overlooked, but it really is a lovely state, with a fairly low cost of living.