Coweta Co. state House race now has four candidates

There will be now be four names on the Sept. 3 ballot when voters in Coweta County’s state House District 71  vote to fill the unexpired term of David Stover, who resigned following a bizarre incident where he was accused of being chronically absent from his district and instead living full time in England. 

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The impact of Robins Air Force Base on Middle Georgia

Georgia’s military bases are far more important to their communities than most know.  Robins Air Force Base outside of Macon is no exception, serving not only in its military capacity but also as one of the biggest economic drivers in the region.  It is the single largest industrial complex in Georgia, employing a workforce of over 25,584 civilian, contractor, and military members.

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GOP Needs a Warren Re-Election in Cobb Co.

Longtime Cobb Sheriff Neil Warren’s annual Corn Boilin’ event for charity last night brought out the lawman’s supporters but also a throng of Republican activists who will have the sheriff at the top of their Cobb County ticket in 2020. Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won Cobb over Donald Trump in 2016, perhaps why GOP Gov. Brian Kemp made it a point to attend and support Warren. Also there was former Cobb DA and now-GBI Director Vic Reynolds. Some attendees think the Warren-Kemp-Reynolds tough stance on illegal alien and gang crime is a good reminder for Cobb Countians, especially for moderate/independent voters. In the Corn Boilin’ aftermath, GOP hopes for Cobb in 2020 could be RISING… 

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