Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Judicial Emergency to be Extended

The statewide judicial emergency put in place due to the Coronavirus will be extended a second time, this time through June 12th. Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton made the announcement Monday morning as the expiration date of the current declaration – May 13 – approached. According to Melton’s new order will continue

Raffensperger Creates Task Force to Address Absentee Ballot Fraud

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has created an Absentee Ballot Fraud Task Force to ensure no one undermines the integrity of the vote in Georgia during this time of crisis. Secretary Raffensperger has selected experts in election administration, investigation, and prosecution from around the state of Georgia to demonstrate that he takes voter fraud concerns

Morning Reads – Thursday, April 23, 2020

Peaches The Anti-Kemp headlines continue. Georgia Health board now asking for Kemp to reconsider. Grace from Georgia’s K-12 system; Grades from University System “Let’s Bowl!” – a parody. The film industry is taking its own slow and steady approach. Jimmy Carter Las Vegas mayor may be drawing more ire than Kemp. State property is a

Fmr. Governor Nathan Deal Endorses Unterman in Congressional Bid

Former Governor Nathan Deal has pledged his support to State Senator and 7th district Congressional candidate Renee Unterman. The Unterman campaign released the announcement Monday morning:  “I’m honored and humbled to be endorsed by former Gov. Nathan Deal in my campaign to take our shared conservative values to Washington,” said Unterman. “During his time as

Morning Reads – Thursday, March 26, 2020

Aye! Corona If this isn’t enough to make you stay home, nothing will be. But it could still be worse – like getting charged with attempted murder. Rural America watching from the sidelines. But the market continues you to evolve...sort o Of America and sacrifice: Is the country ready to step up? Mobile phone industry

Morning Reads – Thursday, March 19, 2020

Hopefully everyone is staying healthy…and homebound. Peaches Lt. Gov, Senate self-quarantine after Senator frequents Capitol while experiencing symptoms, testing positive. …….A little more on that. But it’s the judicial system that’s really struggling. Meanwhile, Georgians are buying guns and ammo. When the Coronavirus comes to rural Georgia. NBC is worried about how DDS shares intel