Author: Rob

Internal poll shows Cagle with big lead

The first poll that wasn’t conducted at a local GOP’s backyard barbeque is out for Georgia’s Republican gubernatorial primary. The news is good for Lieutenant Gov. Casey Cagle. He has 41 percent of the vote among likely Republican primary voters, while his nearest rival, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, has just 12 percent. Hunter Hill,

Casey Cagle speaks at UGA

Lieutenant Gov. Casey Cagle came to the University of Georgia last night to speak at a College Republicans event about his 2018 gubernatorial campaign. He gave a slightly-modified version of his campaign stump speech ($100 million in tax cuts, 500,000 jobs…you know). He focused more on workforce development given that he was speaking to soon-to-be

Remember, Remember, the 7th of November

As of today, there have been five special elections scheduled by Gov. Nathan Deal (R) to fill vacancies in the Georgia General Assembly. At least two more are on the way once state Rep. Geoff Duncan (R) and state Sen. Hunter Hill (R) make their resignations official. The Duncan and Hill seats will probably be