Category: 2020 Elections

State Elections Board Refers Fulton County Voting Issues To Attorney General

In Fulton County, voting issues seem to be a feature, not a bug. Today, the State Elections Board has referred the systemic mishandling of absentee ballot requests during this year’s primary to Attorney General Chris Carr. Noted pointedly in the press release below from Secretary of State Raffensperger, David Worley – a Democrat – made

Seven African American WOMEN DAs serving in Georgia

Georgia was founded in January 2, 1788.  For the first time in 232 years, there are seven African American women as the lead prosecutors in some of the State’s largest counties.  Last night’s runoff election solidified that Dekalb, Cobb, Clayton, Douglas, Rockdale, Macon, and Fulton will all have black women as their District Attorney’s.  I

2020 Primary Runoff Results

It’s also Election Night for the General Primary Run-off Races. Republican voters in Georgia’s 14th Congressional District apparently wanted a true outsider. Marjorie Greene, who originally began her campaign in her home district of GA-06 to unseat Congresswoman Lucy McBath, looks to be sailing towards a victory to succeed Congressman Tom Graves in the US

SOS Raffensperger Refutes New York Times Hit Piece

Narrative over facts. It’s how “journalism” is done these days. The latest example is the New York Times three by-line dump on Georgia’s elections, that seemed to pick and choose observations that supported their narrative over objective facts. Other “facts” were just flat made up or wrong. Doesn’t matter. They’re the New York Times. No

Sen. Nikema Williams Heading To Congress

Congratulations to Senator Nikema Williams for winning what is likely the smallest vote in Georgia’s history to send someone to congress. The Democratic Party of Georgia’s 44-member executive committee selected her as the replacement for the late John Lewis. Williams earned 37 votes. She will have to face a Republican, Angela Staton-King, but I don’t

Loeffler, Collins Release Fundraising Numbers

Senator Kelly Loeffler and Congressman Doug Collins have released their quarterly fundraising numbers. Loeffler leads in cash on hand due loans to her campaign, while Collins took the lead for the quarter in overall contributions. Their press releases are as follows, in alphabetical order. Collins Blows Past Loeffler in Fundraising— “Raises $400k More Than Sitting

Sen. Loeffler: The Anti Midas

I will admit I’ve been pretty harsh on Senator Kelly Loeffler. Although, let’s be honest, she’s suffered from self-inflicted damage. And her latest stupid controversy is yet another example that qua Senator, Kelly Loeffler is the anti-Midas (everything she touches turns to s). Loeffler’s comments only make sense when taken into consideration that she fundamentally

Cowan: Greene Skipped E-Verify Use As Construction Company Exec

From a press release: Continuing the comedy routine that is her congressional campaign, Marjorie Taylor Greene published a letter on Wednesday that confirms she refused to use E-Verify at her company from 2003-2010 when she was listed in state documents as CFO. Greene sent a letter seeking to silence John Cowan’s new campaign ad that exposes the truth about her failing record on stopping