Author: Nathan

State Senator Bruce Thompson Files DoI To Run For Labor Commissioner

Rahul Bali tweeted out earlier today that State Senator Bruce Thompson has filed a declaration of intent to run for Georgia Labor Commissioner. ELECTION 2022 UPDATE: Georgia State Senator Bruce Thompson tells me he has filed his Declaration of Intent to run for the Republican nomination for Georgia Labor Commissioner. #gapol #gagop #GPBLawmakers pic.twitter.com/9C6DjtuTjA —

Should Secretary Raffensperger Not Run For Re-Election?

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has been embroiled in an intra-party fight among the Georgia Republican Party that began with his and his office’s defense of the General Election where former President Donald Trump lost the state. Since November, it seems that Secretary Raffensperger and the Georgia Republican Party, mainly Chairman David Shafer, have been

Prayers For Ginny

Our friend Ginny Ray suffered an accident at her home on Sunday. She fell backwards and hit her head on concrete and is currently hospitalized with a skull fracture, three brain bleeds, and pressure on her brain. She is in serious condition in ICU, but it she is progressing in a positive direction. Please keep

Attorney Bobby Lee Cook Passes Away At Age 94

Famed Summerville attorney Bobby Lee Cook passed away on Friday at age 94. Cook was a notable defense attorney who had some flair for defending his clients. A notable anecdote from the Rome News-Tribune: Cook spoke of a murder trial in Scottsboro, Alabama, where Cook’s driver took members of the jury for a ride in

Morning Reads for Friday, February 19th

Good morning, y’all. I’m in for Ginny today. Pitchers and catchers reported yesterday, so spring is right around the corner. Here Governor Kemp announced four state-ran COVID-19 vaccination sites Gwinnett County Public School administrators are urging school board officials to limit public comment period during meetings Secretary of State and State Election Board send another

Governor Kemp On Ruthless Podcast To Talk About Elections; GAGOP Releases Elections Reform Proposals

Update: The episode is live now. Give it a listen. Governor Kemp’s interview starts at about 48 minutes. (Strong language warning, so maybe don’t listen in the car with the kiddos.) We noticed that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will be on the Ruthless Podcast (dropping Tuesday) talking about Georgia elections. (via @ComfortablySmug over on Twitter)

Secretary of State Opens Probe of Former President Trump

A headline from Reuters has flashed across earlier today saying that the Georgia Secretary of State’s office will be launching an investigation of former President Donald Trump and efforts to overturn the election results in Georgia: “The Secretary of State’s office investigates complaints it receives,” said Walter Jones, a spokesman for the Secretary of State’s

A Few Thoughts On Social Media

Social media has certainly changed how we interact with one another. It’s been a blessing for allowing people to connect over long distances–even more so during a pandemic. It’s also been a curse by allowing people across the political to spread disinformation. Social media platforms started to crackdown on accounts that violated their terms of