Marjorie Greene Moves from GA-6 to GA-14 Race

The following is a combination of two press releases issued via Twitter this morning announcing Marjorie Greene’s moving from the GA-6 race (Rep. Lucy McBath, D) to the GA-14 race (Rep. Tom Graves, R). FIRST RELEASE: After much thought and careful consideration, I’ve decided to end my campaign for Congress in Georgia’ s 6th Congressional

Morning Reads for Friday, December 13, 2019

Did Clint hit a nerve, perhaps?  Heh.  Stopping the Evil Empire. Don’t just sit there, do something. This make me snort my sweet tea. Mobile food from the past. Nice aircraft carrier you’ve got there. Oops.    The creep factor is high down there.  Swoon for holiday sweets. Geminids meteor shower will light up the

**Updated: Gov. Kemp and U.S. Senators Respond to Water Litigation Ruling

Governor Brian P. Kemp issued the following statement in response to Special Master Paul Kelly’s ruling in Georgia’s water litigation: “We greatly appreciate Special Master Kelly’s recognition of Georgia’s strong, evidence-based case in this litigation,” said Governor Kemp. “We will continue to be good stewards of water resources in every corner of our state, and

Stacey Evans Announces Run for House District 57

“Being in the fight matters.” That’s one of several factors that motivated former Representative and House Democratic Caucus Chair (as well as my immediate predecessor) Stacey Evans to announce her candidacy for House District 57, which is an open seat following Pat Gardner’s retirement announcement last week. Her announcement is to the point: As a

Morning Reads – Thursday, December 12, 2019

24 years ago, the US Senate halted a constitutional amendment we’re still talking about — a constitutional amendment giving Congress authority to outlaw flag burning and other forms of desecration against the American flag. Peaches Georgia City says they learned of controversial homelessness program via newspaper. …and speaking of the homeless, what about their voter

Morning Reads for Wednesday, December 11

Georgia Panic. Augusta women pleads guilty to providing ISIS with support Custom shielding roof placed at Vogle Don’t forget to enjoy your annual broken, feckless, unresponsive experience! Can’t wait until these geniuses everything Chosin Reservoir veteran inducted in to Georgia Military Hall of Fame Richmond Hill sailor among those killed by Saudi military exchange

Morning Reads for Tuesday, December 10

Good morning! Here’s a holiday decorating PSA: you’re supposed to fluff your artificial garlands, wreaths, and trees. You’re welcome. In what is apparently not a unique event, a scorpion stung a passenger on a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Atlanta. The United Way of Central Georgia will step in to save a critical

Morning Reads for Friday, December 6, 2019

Saving the Capricorn. Taking one (or eleven) for the team.  Welcome home. Not the Onion.  Or even the Bee.  Non-spying (yet) alternatives to Google. Always searching for clues about our neighbors. No one told us that Sheldon Cooper moved to Ohio. Faster, please. No, on so many levels. And then our hearts grew three sizes