Kingston headlines Marietta Business luncheon

Former U.S. Congressman Jack Kingston was the featured speaker at the Marietta Business Association’s monthly lunch Monday where he discussed the process of deepening the Savannah Harbor and how that mission benefits Georgians across the state, even all the way up North in Cobb County.

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Rick McKee on Jon Ossoff in the 6th District

Another comic from famed illustrator Rick McKee of the Augusta Chronicle, this time poking fun at Democratic candidate for the 6th Congressional District Jon Ossoff and the much lamented fact that he doesn’t actually live in the district he wants to represent.

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And Then There Were Two

Two candidates enter, one candidate leaves. After a rowdy primary featuring 18 candidates, Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel will now enter the runoff thunderdome. As of this writing, Ossoff was hovering around 48%, Handel at 20% and the Bob Gray, Judson Hill, Dan Moody trio all around 10%.

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State Senate race heads to runoff

Democrat Christine Triebsch took home 24% of the vote in the race for 32, advancing to the runoff where she will face second place finisher Republican Kay Kirkpatrick, who advanced with 21%.

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Fate of Georgia Dome Announced by Blank, Reed

Days after the Falcons announced another delay on Mercedes-Benz Stadium, now scheduled to be open August 26th for the Falcons’ third preseason game, Falcons owner Arthur Blank and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed unveiled the plans for the site of the still-standing Georgia Dome.

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A Georgia Lawyer Asks: Is There Such a Thing as “Trumpism”?

As voters in the Georgia 6th Congressional District head to the polls on Tuesday, most of the candidates vying for their votes are attempting to identify themselves in relation to the new Donald Trump administration. Indeed, many thought leaders define the philosophies of the candidates based upon whether they are adherents of “Trumpism.”

Rural development— and a burned out bridge

Before the ink was dry on a US Department of Transportation pledge to give $10 million for the replacement of a still smoldering collapsed portion of I-85 in Atlanta, metro legislators were criticizing a well-thought-out, hard-fought-for, and long overdue measure designed to help revitalize rural Georgia.

Left-wing groups ‘search’ for Perdue

Republican Congressmen and Senators nationwide have come under fire in recent months at town halls with constituents, where liberal groups have heckled and harassed their representatives over what they see as failings in a GOP controlled Washington D.C.

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Hill declares for Governor’s race

State Senator Hunter Hill became the latest entrant in the 2018 Georgia Governor’s race Tuesday, joining Secretary of State Brian Kemp as announced candidates.  Hill, a Westpoint grad and U.S. Army veteran, has represented a wealthy Atlanta Senate district since 2012.  A crowded field expected to include Lt. Governor Casey Cagle is expected to emerge in the race to replace term-limited Nathan Deal, but for Hill getting into the race early and loudly has his ship RISING…

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