Author: Nathan

Republicans Need To Debate Policy, Not Personality

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY-14) is the current wunderkind in left-of-center circles it appears to me. She’s also *very* engaged with Twitter and social media. In fact, if there’s one thing Republicans need to do is to observe how she interacts online. Perhaps we can learn a thing or two to emulate. She’s an intelligent, witty,

Secretary of State-Elect Brad Raffensperger Announces Transition Team

A press release was issued announcing Secretary of State-elect Brad Raffensperger’s transition team. Jordan Fuchs, former campaign manager for Secretary-elect Raffensperger, will be leading the charge as Transition Director. The following will be serving on the transition board (in alphabetical order) Johns Creek Mayor Mike Bodker Charles W. Buffington, Jr. Donna Sant Former Sandy Springs

Governor-Elect Brian Kemp Announces Floor Leaders, Director and Deputy Director of External Affairs

In a press release this morning, Governor-elect Brian Kemp announced his floor leaders in the Georgia General Assembly. In the State House: Rep. Jodi Lott (R-Evans) Rep. Terry Rogers (R-Clarksville) Rep. Bert Reeves (R-Marietta) Rep. Dominic LaRicca (R-Douglas) In the State Senate: Sen. Blake Tillery (R-Vidalia) Sen. Brian Strickland (R-McDonough) Governor-elect Kemp also announced that

Brian Kemp Announces Transition Team

This morning, Governor-elect Brian Kemp announced his transition team. There are a few names of note including former HHS Secretary Tom Price, former Congressman Bob Barr, former GAGOP Chairman Alec Poitevint, and current PSC Commissioner Tricia Pridemore. Also, Virginia Galloway from the Faith and Freedom Coalition is on the policy committee…which may be a signal

Secretary of State’s Office Launches Investigation Into DPG After Failed System Intrusion Attempt

We received this presser this morning about the Georgia Secretary of State’s office opening an investigation into the Democratic Party of Georgia after a failed intrusion attempt into Georgia’s Voter Registration system. ATLANTA – After a failed attempt to hack the state’s voter registration system, the Secretary of State’s office opened an investigation into the Democratic Party of

Dear AJC: Your Lack Of Skepticism Shows Democratic Bias

To quote the late President Ronald Reagan: “There you go again…” Last week, the AJC had a front page story on the dust up over a bus from “Black Votes Matter” stating the organization is non-partisan. Their own website links to a C-4 political organization that has engaged in independent expenditures against a Republican candidate.