Category: Republicans

Revving Up The Speculation Machine in GA-14

Congressman Tom Graves (R-GA-14) shocked the #gapol and #gagop community with his announcement that he won’t be seeking re-election. Georgia’s 14th district is very red and very pro-Trump, so there’s not much risk of a Democrat winning. Not to mention, Congressman Graves is a fairly popular congressman. So, yeah….it’s a bit bewildering. I’ve always appreciated

A Few Thoughts On The Reaction To Georgia’s Newest US Senator

First of all, congratulations to Georgia’s new junior US Senator Kelly Loeffler. Second of all, congratulations to Governor Brian Kemp for joining the #RINO club. Don’t worry, Mr. Governor, you’re in fine company. The cries of how Governor Kemp’s appointment of an alleged “#RINO” has ramped up before Thanksgiving. Him appointing an alleged #RINO makes

Georgia AG Chris Carr Will Help Lead The Republican Attorneys General Association In 2020

We received a press release from the Republican Attorneys General Association highlighting the achievement of a clean sweep for Republican Attorneys General in their respective races in 2019. It also highlights that Georgia’s own Attorney General Chris Carr will play a role as Vice Chairman of the RAGA in leading the organization into growing the

Shafer Elected To Head Republican Party At A Crossroads

This week’s Courier Herald column: Condolences to David Shafer. The Georgia Republican Party held its biennial convention for the election of state officers last weekend in Savannah.  Shafer, the former candidate for Lieutenant Governor and President Pro Tempore of the Georgia Senate prior to that, takes the helm of the party‚Äôs grassroots structure in advance

#GAGOP Round-Up: Over 80K Precinct Mass Meeting Edition

For all y’all who many not be accustom to the organizational proceedings of the Georgia Republican Party, yesterday was the first step in the process of the 2019 GAGOP convention cycle where counties with over 80,000 in population conducted precinct mass meetings across our state. It’s the first time I’ve actually lived in an over-80,000

Brian Robinson Says Perdue Can’t Replicate 2014 or Kemp Strategy for Re-Election

What will it take for Senator David Perdue to be reelected? Not being a Trump-like candidate in a fast-trending Democratic state says Brian Robinson. As part of his weekly appearance on WABE’s “Political Breakfast”, Robinson said last Friday the then-ongoing shutdown would give Senator Perdue the opportunity to present himself in a new light to