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.
There’s been a steady feed of tweets identifying all kinds of issues at polling places in Atlanta. For me, long lines aren’t necessarily a problem. They can be mitigated but they’re not necessarily problematic. I also know we can’t just go back and forth with equipment and our voting system is probably another bad-luck casualty
I know some of you are going to think I’m beating a dead horse with this topic. Do I hate Brian Kemp? No. I just think he’s been lax with elections security, and that is a big part of the job he holds. One he was elected to do as Secretary of State. One he
This is a busy time for political nerds. Because the state legislature is in session, we want to know immediately when bills are filed, when language is replaced, and who will be cosponsoring. It’s in our blood. For everyone else, it’s just flu season, unless you’re one of the four people in the state who
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