Oh, the joys of tight elections! They bring out the best in some of us, but then there’s the mayhem caused by bad actors… Between August 2014 and May 2016, I voted in North Carolina. That was two years of sheer craziness because North Carolina is well known for being the purplest of purple states.
Yesterday, U.S. District Court Judge Leigh Martin May denied Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s request to pause an injunction regarding the state’s “signature match” law. Last week, May ordered Kemp’s office not to toss absentee ballots where the signature didn’t exactly match the voter’s registration. Kemp had asked that May stay the order while his office
Don’t believe the ethics complaint. That’s the not-unexpected response from Stacey Evans’ gubernatorial campaign. In a statement sent to news outlets on Friday, Seth Clark, a spokesperson for the Evans campaign blasted the complaint filed against his boss. “The complaint filed by Stacey Abrams’ campaign manager is frivolous,” he wrote. “It is filled with factual
More than half of Georgia’s Democrats don’t know who they will vote for in the Democratic Primary–now just 32 days away. The latest AJC/Channel 2 poll finds: 52% of Democrats are in the undecided/don’t know campaign, 33% back Stacey Abrams and 15% support Stacey Evans. Despite this, the Abrams campaign seemed to signal they’re preparing for