Author: Nathan

State Of Emergency For Georgia Issued Ahead Of Florence

If you have been watching the weebly-wobbly track of Hurricane Florence, then you can see how difficult it is to project where it’s going to make landfall. Estimates earlier in the week placed Florence making landfall somewhere on the North Carolina coast. That estimate has now drifted further south with a potential impact on Georgia

MARTA Board Approves Gwinnett Contract

The MARTA Board of Directors unanimously approved the contract with Gwinnett County. The historic contract would allow MARTA to take over and expand existing public transportation–including the likelihood of heavy rail coming into Gwinnett. From WSB-TV: The development plan recommends building a rail line from the existing Doraville MARTA station to a new hub in

Congresswoman Karen Handel Kicks Off Campaign In Roswell

Congresswoman Karen Handel (R-GA-06) kicked off her general election campaign yesterday in Roswell. Speaking to a packed house, the Congresswoman highlighted some of the accomplishments that have come from the Republican Congress: largest military pay increase in a decade, tax cuts that are putting more dollars in the pockets of Americans, roaring economic growth with

UPDATED: Georgia Republican Party Elects New National Committeeman Today

::UPDATE:: Congratulations to 7th District Chairman Jason Thompson on his election to be the new GAGOP national committeeman. Today, the state committee is the Georgia Republican Party will select either 7th District Chairman Jason Thompson, former State Representative Melvin Everson, and 8th District Chairman Chris West to become its next national Committeeman succeeding Ambassador Randy

Cagle To Land Governor Deal’s Endorsement; Kemp To Pick Up Hill’s

We are hearing rumors floating around, InsiderAdvantage is also reporting said rumors, that Governor Nathan Deal will be announcing his endorsement of Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle as soon as Monday.  In terms of endorsements, this one is a whale.  Governor Deal, thus far, has stayed out of the Republican gubernatorial primary focusing on matters of

$60 Million Lifeline Cast To Georgia’s Rural Hospitals

Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and Georgia House Speaker David Ralston issued a joint statement announcing that Georgia’s Rural Hospital tax credit reached its full donation cap for the first time ever.  This means that $60 million will be directed to 58 of Georgia’s most distressed rural hospitals.  The efforts of former state Representative Geoff Duncan