NARAL to Karen Handel: You’ve Gone “Too Far”

When does the debate on abortion begin? Probably not with tax bills. Certainly not with tax bills if you are NARAL, which took issue over Karen Handel’s “pushing” the new GOP tax bill*. In other words: NARAL views Handel’s seat as vulnerable and on that we agree. In a statement released ahead of Thursday’s vote

Brockway Releases Another SOS Campaign Ad

Rep. Buzz Brockway, Republican candidate for Georgia Secretary of State, has released another campaign video. This video, like his first video, takes a detour from traditional political ads by using humor to communicate to voters. The campaign included the following statement to introduce the video: “This Thanksgiving we can all be grateful our state government isn’t

Morning Reads – Thursday, November 16, 2017

On this date in 1907, Oklahoma was admitted as the 46th state. Peaches  The most interesting name for an event that you’ll read all day. Or week. The #1 cause for rising auto rates in Georgia Georgia farmers honored with Centennial farming award Some of Georgia’s dirtiest water sources State Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver introduces annual anti-gun

Suspended Worth County Sheriff Unaffected by Settlement in Student Search Case

On Monday, Governor Nathan Deal announced the suspension of the Sheriff in Worth County after months of controversy and now, the people await the appointment of an interim Sheriff by the Chief Superior Court Judge. Deal said Hobby remaining on the job would compromise the integrity of law enforcement in the community. The southwest Georgia

Rep Amy Carter Resigns House Seat; To Join TCSG

Representative Amy Carter (R-Valdosta) is leaving the Georgia House to become the Executive Director of Advancement for the Technical College System of Georgia. In the Georgia House, Carter has served as a subcommittee Chair for the Appropriations Committee. She’s also been a classroom teacher for two decades. What is a huge loss for the House

Morning Reads for November 15

Who else is waiting for Aug. 11 of next year? (That’s when my girl Tay-Tay plays at Mercedes-Benz Stadium). Buzz Brockaway to those living close to MARTA: Buzz off!  Almost assuredly Republicans will abandon their local-control-is-best ethos over ATL’s decision.  Suburbians don’t like Trump–will Georgia Democrats capitalize?  The NYTimes offers another perspective on the same theme. 

Georgia AG joins 2017-2018 Executive Committee of the Republican Attorney General Association

In a press release received this morning, The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) announced their newly selected their new leadership which included Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. Team Georgia just keeps on winning. ​”I am honored to be elected by my colleagues to lead RAGA during such a consequential cycle in which we have 30