Author: Theresa Garcia Robertson

Morning Reads for Monday, August 27, 2018

Happy Monday! Only 9 more Mondays until Election Day. Campaign News: On Saturday, Republicans from across the state gathered in Perry for the 8th Congressional District’s Annual Fish Fry. Criminal Justice makes it’s mark on the campaign trail, creating “the great divide” between candidates. Georgia Carry is feeling good about November. Stacey Abrams is working

Former 10th Congressional Candidate Arrested on Murder Charges

On Wednesday, 30 year-old Kellie Lynn Collins was arrested by the McDuffie County Sheriff’s Office for the murder of 41 year-old Curt Jason Cain, according to the Daily Mail. Ms. Collins dropped out of the race for “personal reasons” and was not on the ballot.  Apparently, deputies found the body during a well-being check after

“I’ll Never Drink in Dalton GA Again…”

According to the Daily Citizen, a Democratic Congressional Candidate for Georgia’s 14th District was arrested in September of last year and found guilty on Monday of DUI. Steven Lamar Foster was driving home from dinner with his wife, Elizabeth, when the couple was pulled over by Whitfield County Sheriff’s Deputies. Mr. Foster’s wife commented more

Rep. Micah Gravley Hits the Road for Joint Study Commission on Low THC Medical Oil Access

In a press release this morning, State Representative Micah Gravely (R-Douglasville), announced the meeting dates across Georgia for the Joint Study Commission on Low THC Medical Oil Access. Rep. Gravely will co-chair the commission with State Senator Matt Brass (R-Coweta). Wednesday, August 29, 2018, in Atlanta. The topic will be patient, parent and organizational testimony; Tuesday, September