State Senator Bruce Thompson Files DoI To Run For Labor Commissioner

Rahul Bali tweeted out earlier today that State Senator Bruce Thompson has filed a declaration of intent to run for Georgia Labor Commissioner. ELECTION 2022 UPDATE: Georgia State Senator Bruce Thompson tells me he has filed his Declaration of Intent to run for the Republican nomination for Georgia Labor Commissioner. #gapol #gagop #GPBLawmakers pic.twitter.com/9C6DjtuTjA —

Sine Die Eve Reads for March 30, 2021

Good afternoon! Tomorrow is Sine Die. Today is quiet – or at least, it appears to be. Most of the hot House & Senate conference committee action today is happening behind-the-scenes. No Wild Adventures for Governor Kemp this week. What political fallout can we expect from the passage of SB 202? The citizens’ arrest overhaul

GAGOP Political Theater Closes 2020 Chapter; Launches 2022 Season

This week’s Courier Herald column: It’s time to close the books on the November election.  After all, it’s spring of 2021.  What happened in 2020 is done.  And yet, Georgia Republicans have some unfinished business which must be addressed. Former President Trump’s refusal to accept that he lost his bid for re-election and the aftermath

SOS Raffensperger: The Kraken Cracks Under Pressure

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has issued a press release going after “Kraken lawyer Sidney Powell:” Kraken lawyer Sidney Powell admitted in a filing in federal court that “no reasonable person would conclude that [her] statements were truly statements of fact.” Powell made the filing in response to a defamation suit from Dominion Voting

Morning Reads for Tuesday, March 23

Good morning! Today is Day 37 of the 2021 Legislative Session. Here’s today’s House Rules Calendar; highlights include the bill that would suspend pay for public officers who have been indicted on a felony charge, and something having to do with flammable vegetation. If you read only one article today, it should be this in-depth