A Fulton County elementary school teacher has been named the 2019 Georgia Teacher of the Year.read more
On Wednesday at the Georgia World Congress Center, Fulton County held its State of the County event. Sponsored in part by the Council for Quality Growth (CQG), the event is an opportunity for the county to brag on itself a little bit and review where things stand.read more
Georgia U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue this week joined Congressman Buddy Carter, R-Savannah in urging U.S. Army Secretary Mark Esper to consider Fort Stewart as home to the U.S. Army’s new 16th Armored Brigade Combat Team.read more
A possible advantage for Democrats in this year’s gubernatorial election is the fact there will be no runoff this year. There are two candidates and whichever Stacey emerges on May 22 will receive the nomination.read more
This month the Atlanta Press Club has held its Loudermilk-Young Debate Series, capped off by the Democratic and Republican gubernatorial debates to take place this week. Polling shows that over 50% of Democratic voters and 30% of GOP voters have yet to decide who to support in the governor’s race and for other statewide races those numbers are even higher, so if you still haven’t made up your mind take a look at the links below to see the candidates get into the issues.read more
A little more than a week before the May 22 Primary, a crowd of Republicans packed the Rivermont Golf Club Saturday morning to hear three statewide candidates share their vision for Georgia during the Fulton County Republican Party monthly meeting.read more
11th District U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk pays tribute to 18-year-old Dustin Inman, killed by a speeding Mexican illegal alien while the family vehicle was stopped at a red light in Ellijay. Also due to the crash, Dustin’s mother Kathy is wheelchair-bound for the rest of her life.read more
On the May 20th Georgia Gang the panel starts with a discussion of the upcoming primaries, including the recent Opinion Savvy poll showing Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp surging.read more
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Although we addressed many important issues and debated a wide range of topics during the 2018 session, there is one issue that was and remains my priority – broadband access expansion for all Georgians. Throughout the session I updated you on the status of the three pieces of legislation I sponsored to address this very important issue. This legislation has been a long time in the making and I want to commend everyone who came together to work tirelessly while the bills made their way through the legislative process.
Many voters find it very easy to make choices in the November general election. All that strong partisans need do is find their party’s candidates and vote for them.
As the clock neared midnight on Day 40 — the final March day of Georgia’s General Assembly– House Bill 930, the “Regional Transit Governance and Funding Act,” passed. It embodies the demand for regional problem-solving that has been building for decades.