Author: Nathan

Renee Unterman Makes It Official: She’s In For GA-07

There was plenty of speculation about Senator Renee Unterman (R-Buford) running for Georgia’s 7th Congressional Seat to replace current Congressman Rob Woodall. Tonight, she made it official. Senator Unterman joins seven other Republicans in a bid to succeed Congressman Woodall and hold the seat for Republicans. Interestingly enough, she’s the only current elected official who

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Fights “Voter Purge” Narrative With Address Change Notices

We received a presser earlier from Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of his efforts to fight an inaccurate narrative on purging voters from the voter rolls by sending out address change notices to voters who have updated their address through the US Postal Service: In the coming days, county registrars will begin sending notices to

Rural Broadband May Be Key To Rural Small Town Survival

The AJC has an article about census estimates showing small towns in rural Georgia are shrinking. A third of small towns in Georgia lost population last year–most of those towns being in south Georgia. Although there’s been hope of a revitalization of rural areas, advances in technologies and a changing economy has made it more

Republican Jacqueline Tseng Newest Candidate in GA-07

Gwinnett GOP Secretary Jacqueline Tseng had an apparent low-key announcement at the Georgia Republican Party convention in Savannah last weekend. I had noticed a Facebook post this week about her running for Congress but had not seen a formal press release. Her website is currently active as well. Tseng joins the race with Joe Profit

Anti-Ralston Delegates Lose Floor Fight

A resolution to force the Georgia Republican Party to weigh-in on a Georgia House of Representatives matter did not make it to the floor this weekend. Part of what made the convention longer was debate on the semantics of Rule 3 of the convention rules. The resolution was not submitted on time according to the

#GAGOP Round-up: Down To The Wire

This should be a fun convention. I won’t be in attendance as I will be spending this weekend with my son Lucas, but I know others will enjoy what I can imagine will be a fun ride of yelling out points of order and general grumpiness for not being recognized by the convention chair to

Hitatchi Automotive Systems To Expand In Walton County

We got a press release this morning from Governor Brian Kemp’s office about Hitatchi Automotive Systems expanding in Walton County. Atlanta, GA –┬áToday Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that┬áHitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc., a Tier 1 supplier of world-class products to the global automotive market, is planning to create 100 jobs and invest at least