If there exists any consensus among the American people today which transcends all discord and division it is that we are not living in an ordinary time. Anyone with a love of history will unconsciously find comparisons in our past to the still unfolding history of today.. The pandemic and economic downturn last year brought
A few thoughts that stand out from yesterday’s election: How swift and broad Gwinnett’s seachange is continues to astound me. By now I’m sure everyone’s seen that there were some 30,000 more votes cast in the Democratic Presidential Primary than Republican. And Georgia’s longest-serving school board member is likely going to lose her reelection bid.
Does anyone else think whoever is selling the purported list of Georgia’s voters is setting the price too low? If so, you can scoop up that bargain (and 18 other states’ rolls) according to a report in ZDNet. The technology news website didn’t list the “popular hacking forum” where the information is being sold, but according
In this first week of the legislative session, members are circling their wagons and moving forward on the pieces of legislation they deem important enough to push during a legislative session and election year. During election year sessions members are more cautious and thoughtful not to push legislation that will induce an opponent to jump
Whether you won or lost last night, coffee is probably in order this morning. Election News Atlanta will choose the next Madam Mayor on December 5th BOE results for the Metro area. Middle Georgia election results. South Georgia election results. Tybee Island results. Georgia election results from Fox 5 and the AJC. Results from the Blue
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.
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
I was reading the Atlanta Journal-Constitution last Wednesday night when I came upon the realization that there will be two different runoff elections within the next two months. More accurately, I was reading Jim Galloway’s “Ahead of Georgia’s Sixth District contest, a May 16 test vote,” which alerted me to the fact this was happening. Having spent