Ipsos Poll Shows a Tie Between Kemp and Abrams

Ipsos, in partnership with the University of Virginia and Reuters, has released a poll today showing that Secretary of State Brian Kemp (47%) and Stacey Abrams (46%) are tied among likely voters in polling for the upcoming November 6 election. The poll was conducted from October 4-11 with a sample of 1,999 adults from Georgia,

Morning Reads for October 17

A word of warning to any Horsefaces out there….I’m coming for you! I remember when Republicans cared about deficits.  Hartsfield’s best police beagle finds the motherlode! (A roasted pig).  Medicaid expansion and the fate of Obamacare in our gubernatorial race.  Apparently Jimmy Carter’s 1976 Florida POTUS primary win was worthy of a book.  Terri Lee

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 17

Commenters, Lurkers, and Trolls, First of all, thank you for your continued support over the last few years of GeorgiaPol. We have seen some pretty interesting things happen in Georgia politics and on the federal level. We also are now approaching three million unique views and 40,000 comments. We have tried to put out a

Hacker Selling Reported GA Voter List for $250

Does anyone else think whoever is selling the purported list of Georgia’s voters is setting the price too low? If so, you can scoop up that bargain (and 18 other states’ rolls) according to a report in ZDNet. The technology news website didn’t list the “popular hacking forum” where the information is being sold, but according

AG Chris Carr Releases First Campaign Ad

Chris Carr’s campaign for re-election as Attorney General of Georgia released its first campaign ad for the upcoming November 6 election. The ad, entitled “Public Service,” highlights “Carr’s work as Georgia’s Attorney General since November 2016” and “his longtime service to Georgia under U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson and Governor Nathan Deal.” The transcript of the

Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 16

First off, mea culpa. I was out of town last weekend, returned to Atlanta on Monday in time for the Braves game, no joy in Mudville*, yadda yadda yadda… and I completely flaked on last Tuesday’s morning reads. For that, I apologize. I am, however, unrepentant about the following links: Gwinnett County election officials have