Author: Will Kremer

Morning Reads, July 17 — Birthday Week Edition

Happy Monday, everyone! It’s my birthday week and we here at GeorgiaPol are ready to throw down. State Underground Atlanta begins its transformation. Baby Driver is an ode to Atlanta. OK, but why was Aaron Carter in Habersham County? Georgia has the highest energy costs in the South. Interesting. Will Atlanta elect its first white

Morning Reads — July 10

Happy Monday, everyone! Here is a plug for Yonah Mountain Vineyard. My time there was spectacular. Their Genesis 8 is my favorite. State Shia LaBeouf was arrested in Savannah. He is in town filming a movie. Georgia’s public health chief was tapped to head up the CDC. The best chocolate chip cookie in Georgia. Starbucks expansion

Federal Review: Homeland Security Did Not Hack Georgia’s Election System

In a letter from the Department of Homeland Security general inspector, DHS did not attempt to hack Georgia’s election systems. Investigators with the inspector general’s Digital Forensics and Analysis United reviewed the federal agency’s data as it related to the November 2016 allegation by Secretary of State Brian Kemp. The inspector general wrote in his

Morning Reads — Swearing In Edition

Happy Monday, everyone! Congressman-elect Handel will be sworn in today. That’s exciting! State Roy Barnes endorsed Stacey Evans for Governor. This relates to the title. This was a good post-GA 6 read. Meet the richest person in Georgia. Slightly dated, but I want to include it: How often do earthquakes happen in Georgia? National Do

To The Volunteer

It was 2012 and my candidate had lost. I’m not talking about Mitt Romney; I’m talking about my candidate for Cobb County District Attorney. I sat glaring at my phone screen with nothing but shock and confusion. How could my candidate have lost? Months of my life was spent canvassing, phone banking, attending events, taking