Author: Stefan

HB 51 Fails Survivors and Fails Ourselves

This is a guest post from Elliot Beckham, a Democratic Senate staffer who has closely watched the process of House Bill 51, which seeks to address the way all felonies are handled on campus, and specifically sexual assault. In the ceaseless and toxic whirlwind of our national politics, it’s easy to forget that just a

Stacey Evans Considering a Run for Governor

This is big news. Stacey Evans has long been considered in Democratic circles as the type of candidate who could unlock our demographic box and appeal to the type of varied constituency that is needed to win a statewide race. In polls, her negatives are almost non-existent (though her name ID is low), she is

Senator Isakson Comes Out Against Campus Carry

Senator Johnny Isakson did two Telephone Town Halls last week and was impressive in both. He took on all questions, showed his depth of knowledge and commitment to Georgians in all his responses. It is worth your time taking a couple hours to listen to the both in their entirety, even if you disagree with

Another Dem enters race for Price’s seat

And this one is bringing friends. Jonathan Ossoff announced his candidacy for the 6th Congressional district race that will occur once Tom Price’s nomination is confirmed for HHS Secretary. Not only does Ossoff claim 250k in initial commitments, he has the backing of Representatives Hank Johnson and John Lewis. He’s a former Johnson staffer who

Voting, Selfies, and Better Stickers

Jeremy Berry has a piece up on Saporta Report decrying current Georgia law regarding the criminalizing of selfies, and suggesting some improvements to the sticker quality. Note, if the stickers are improved, that’s only going to increase selfies, so these should go hand in hand. Voted… #vote #nyc #election2016 #creditsista A post shared by Credit Sista LLC