Author: Rob

Where will Hunter Hill’s voters go?

On July 24, Lieutenant Gov. Casey Cagle (R) and Secretary of State Brian Kemp (R) will compete in a runoff election for the Georgia Republican gubernatorial nomination. In the May 22 primary, Cagle received 236,371 votes (38.9%), Kemp received 155,324 (25.6%), former state Sen. Hunter Hill received 111,452 (18.3%), businessman Clay Tippins received 74,242 (12.2%), and

Georgia again named number one state for business by Site Selection magazine

Three cheers for Georgia and Gov. Nathan Deal. For the fifth straight year, Georgia has been named the number one state to do business by Site Selection magazine. Deal credited yet another top ranking to our state’s low tax burden, skilled workforce, and “unparalleled connectivity.” The editor-in-chief of Site Selection said the ranking was largely based

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