Category: People of GaPol

Remembering Anne Lewis

This week’s Courier Herald column: Anne Ware Lewis passed away last week at the too-young age of 56.  Most readers of this column likely have never heard Anne’s name, but she was an insider’s insider of Georgia Republican politics.  Anne was an attorney, but not just any attorney.  She represented the Georgia Republican Party and

Former Congressman Mac Collins Has Died

Word is going around this afternoon that former Congressman Mac Collins has died. He served in Congress from 1993-2005, arriving in DC two years before Newt Gingrich (who had represented much of what became Collins’ district) became Speaker with the Contract With America. Mac was my Congressman when I began to dabble in “organized” politics,

Happy Birthday Teri

It’s Teri’s Birthday.  That’s Representative Anulewicz if you’re being formal and all.  And, she’s in Junior League, so we must start out with formalities, lest I get a “Bless your heart” added to the thank you note this post will generate on personalized, lilac-scented stationary. Since Teri started here, she’s gone from “non-partisan City Councilwoman

Happy (Belated) Birthday Irish Pat

I miss some of our contributors’ birthdays when they happen on weekends.  I try to minimize my social media usage and attempt to be a real person now in an effort to feign sanity.   And….it appears I missed Pat Malone’s birthday yesterday.  Y’all know him as “Irish Pat”. Pat is “retired”, and yet, not so