Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Morning Reads – Thusday, September 20, 2018

Good morning and Happy Thursday. We’re almost to the end of the week — and thank Heavens for that! Peaches “School safety has nothing to do with guns“ Unopposed lawmakers raking in campaign donations  Georgia’s high school graduation rate climbs  3 cities with the highest migration rates Educators endorse Abrams Jimmy Carter  Hunting on the

Democrats Criticize Kemp for Too Few Words About Healthcare on Website in Newest Ad

The Democratic Party of Georgia has unveiled yet another television ad targeting Republican candidate for Governor Brian Kemp The latest ad, released Tuesday, criticizes Kemp’s campaign website for the lack of expansive policy on healthcare issues. This is the fourth ad released by the DPG since Kemp won the nomination on July 24th. The Democratic

New Abrams Ad Touts Partnerships Across Aisle in Legislature

Democratic candidate for Governor Stacey Abrams has released a new television ad and it touts her work on both sides of the aisle when she served in the Georgia legislature. The ad “All  Sides Agree” spotlights Abrams’ “pragmatic, bipartisan record”, a release from the Democratic candidate’s campaign said Monday. “As Minority Leader, Abrams routinely worked across

Morning Reads — Thursday, September 6, 2018

It’s already Thursday and it still feels like Wednesday, but it’s almost Friday, so for that we can rejoice. Peaches Report: Georgia voters watch their ballots mysteriously switch Another local official resigns over racial comments Georgia Tech lands research grant on competition and business hurt by imports  Lawmakers waste time studying issue that should be

Morning Reads – Thursday, August 30, 2018

On this date in 1994, the largest U.S. defense contractor was created when the Lockheed and Martin Marietta corporations agreed to a merger. Peaches No one gives a {bleep} about the hands-free law Perdue is pushing back on renaming Russell Senate building after McCain  Crisp Georgia deputies arrested for taking guns to Mexico “Problem” with Georgia law

Perdue Says Pence, Trump Will Visit Georgia Again Before Election

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Georgia again ahead of the November election, according to two high-ranking Georgia politicains – Sonny and David Perdue. The news broke over the weekend when WMAZ reported from the Georgia Republican Party’s 8th District Fish Fry in Macon. The Perdue cousins said Pence is planning another campaign stop. Junior

Kemp releases new campaign ad “Ahead”

Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp has released his first television advertisement of the general election – an ad the campaign titled “Ahead.” The commercial touches on education, job creation, local control, and what Kemp refers to as “legal behavior.” The Kemp campaign said in a press release Friday that the ad “highlights Kemp’s bold vision

Morning Reads – Thursday, August 23, 2018

On this date in 1962, the first live TV program was relayed between the U.S. and Europe through the U.S. Telstar satellite. Peaches Georgia lawmakers ruin most things School Superintendent in Georgia suspended  Georgia man gets lost wallet back after 77 years  More inland ports forthcoming? Hints say ‘yes’ A demo for new voting machines? President Carter featured in People