Depending on what news source you read, you might believe that Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr abruptly quit Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s defense in the lawsuit both the SOS’s office and Kennesaw State University are facing over the security of Georgia’s election systems. In some stories, it sounded quite ominous, like Carr had dumped
You’d like to think no one in Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office or the KSU Center for Election Systems would be so glaringly inept as to wipe the data off a server that is the center of a lawsuit over election security. And that they wouldn’t do so immediately after said lawsuit was filed.
There’s a new Landmark/Rosetta Stone poll out this morning in the race for Georgia governor — at least on the Republican side. If Undecided is your candidate, you’re in luck. Second place is convincingly occupied by current Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle. As Greg Bluestein notes in his article over at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the race amongst
The investigation into the Stacey-Abrams-led and much-maligned (on all sides) New Georgia Project finished, finding a massive, high-level conspiracy executed by the top names of Georgia Democratic politics. Just kidding! According to the AJC just 53 of the 87,000 voter registration forms the State Elections Board reviewed were allegedly forged. And the perpetrators were 25
Earlier this week, the folks in GA-6 elected a new representative to serve them in Washington. Congratulations to Congresswoman-elect Karen Handel. That said, you may have seen the headlines from Politico and others regarding the security of Georgia elections in the run up to the runoff, and I’ll admit, they were outright terrifying, so the