Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Morning Reads – Thursday, June 4, 2020

Born down in a dead man’s town, the first kick he took was when he hit the ground…on this date in 1984, Bruce Springsteen released his “Born in the U.S.A.” album. Peaches Libertarian Party of Georgia wins major ballot access initiative. Kemp to scale back budget cuts. Commissioner Butler is still asking lawmakers to spare

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

As Georgia prepares for an unprecedented number of voters using absentee ballots in the upcoming primary election, the State Election Board has approved a rule that will allow local election boards to open absentee ballots up to eight days before Election Day. The Board members made the decision last week in an emergency rule for

Arguing Separation of Power, Carr Joins Coalition Supporting Dismissal of Case Against Gen. Flynn

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is getting vocal about the federal government’s motion to dismiss the case against General Michael Flynn. Carr joined a coalition with 14 other attorneys general from around the country. The coalition collectively filed a brief in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. The coalition contends that the court

Ted Cruz Makes Endorsement in GA-7

United States Senator Ted Cruz has backed a candidate in the race for Georgia’s 7th Congressional district.  Citing ‘continued momentum,’ the endorsement by the conservative Senator from Texas was announced by the Rich McCormick campaign on Thursday. Senator Cruz released the following statement with his endorsement: “Dr. Rich McCormick is the type of leader we