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.
According to the Washington Post, Oprah Winfrey is coming to campaign in Georgia for Stacey Abrams. If you’re in the Marietta or Decatur area tomorrow, you may have a shot of seeing Lady O. The pair of events will be conversations “on the critical value of women in leadership and what is at stake for
If anyone thought there might be some lingering bitterness from the two Stacies primary that thought was put to rest this morning as Governor Roy Barnes endorsed Stacey Abrams. Barnes was an early and enthusiastic backer of the other Stacey–Ms. Evans. From an Abrams campaign press release, Barnes’ quote: “I understand first hand how vital
After the primary, Casey Cagle was flying high. He was well ahead of his nearest competitor, Brian Kemp, and most considered him to be the shoo-in to be the gubernatorial nominee on the Republican side, with these next few weeks a mere formality before he’d be the real nominee. Well, bless his heart. Cagle has
Now that she’s the presumed Democratic nominee for governor, Stacey Abrams is on the offensive against the Republicans. Her line of attack? The GOP is in debt, ipso facto they’re in no position to discuss her debt. From the press release: Despite being hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt after settling a racial discrimination lawsuit,