Author: Lawton Sack

Georgia and Trump’s Impeachment

With Rep. Doug Collins and Sen. David Perdue standing as very vocal supporters of President Trump, Georgia has garnered a lot of media attention nationwide. Over the last day alone, Rep. Doug Collins has been added to President Trump’s Impeachment Team, Sen. David Perdue has continued his vocal support, and the AJC states that its

Trump Re-Election Teams for Georgia Announced

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign teams have been announced in a joint press release from the campaign and the Republican National Committee: Donald J. Trump for President. Inc. and the Republican National Committee (RNC) today announced the members of the Georgia Trump Victory effort. which will win the great state of Georgia once again for

Tomlinson Releases Her First US Senate Campaign Ad

Former Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson, a Democratic candidate running for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. David Perdue (R), has released her first campaign ad entitled “Gumption.” Prominent in the ad, in addition to the word gumption, is the pink coat worn by Tomlinson. It will be interesting to see if this becomes

Jason Thompson Seeking Re-Election as RNC Committeeman

Current RNC Committeeman Jason Thompson has officially announced today that he is seeking re-election to represent the Georgia Republican Party on the Republican National Committee. Jason has done a tremendous job in travelling across Georgia and sharing what is happening at both the National and State levels in the Republican Party. I served with Jason

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

**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

Gov. Kemp’s Remarks on Justice Benham’s Retirement

It was announced today that Justice Robert Benham will be retiring effective March 1, 2020 from the Georgia Supreme Court. Governor Brian Kemp stated: “Justice Benham is a trailblazer, freedom fighter, and fiercely compassionate soul who has always led by example and personified integrity,” said Governor Kemp. “The profession of law and Georgia’s Judiciary are