Category: 2020 Elections

Fmr. Governor Nathan Deal Endorses Unterman in Congressional Bid

Former Governor Nathan Deal has pledged his support to State Senator and 7th district Congressional candidate Renee Unterman. The Unterman campaign released the announcement Monday morning:  “I’m honored and humbled to be endorsed by former Gov. Nathan Deal in my campaign to take our shared conservative values to Washington,” said Unterman. “During his time as

Warnock Outraises GOP Foes, May Not Indicate Democratic Optimism

Yes, it’s a good thing to raise more money than your opponent. Especially when your opponent is an incumbent U.S. Senator. Reverend Warnock did just that in Q1: his $1.5 million to $1.1 million each for Sen. Loeffler and Rep. Collins. It’s not hard to imagine that if Sen. Loeffler could avoid a spirited primary

Vernon Jones’ Residency Challenge And Cry For Attention

Rep. Vernon Jones (D-Slimeball) has carried a cloud of controversy over Georgia politics for 20 years with no signs of letting up. Today he endorsed President Trump (R-Slimeball) perhaps for all their similarities: ALLEGED sexual assault, being unfit for public office, rampant attention whoring.. I mean, you name it and they’re peas in a pod!

Speaker Ralston Claims Millions Of Dollars Wasted In Delay Of Moving Primary

The following was just sent over by Speaker David Ralston’s office. It’s seems there’s still a bit of a chill in the relations between the Secretary of State and his former legislative chamber. “I appreciate the Secretary of State finally using his statutory authority — which he has had all along — to delay the

Questions And Answers Regarding The Primary Election From The Secretary of State’s Office

I’m posting this Q&A I received from the Secretary of State’s office as a way to hopefully clarify some questions and concerns about the upcoming primary in May and the impact of COVID-19. As coronavirus has upended our daily lives, pushed many into quarantine, and caused chaos in the economy, elections in Georgia have changed

Jim Clyburn Likes A Georgia Dem For VP (It’s Not Abrams)

Fresh off his king-making endorsement in the Democratic Presidential Primary, Jim Clyburn is setting his sights on Georgia. In last weekend’s “Lunch with the FT”, Clyburn made clear what he’s looking for from Joe Biden’s VP nod: an African-American woman. (The Financial Times is so exceedingly good you should all subscribe to it–and you’ve got