It was an exciting runoff night in Georgia, as several incumbents were knocked off and establishment and outside candidates locked horns in a pair of congressional races that will more than likely decide who will go to Washington D.C. in 2021.read more
A group of Georgia lawmakers went into the 2020 session looking for ways to reduce the cost of prescriptions and improving regulations on pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs) that operate in the state. One of those legislators was Rep. David Knight (R-Griffin), who listed this as a top priority.read more
Back in July, following a lawsuit from the Libertarian nominee for the 13th Congressional District Martin Cowen and the Green Party nominee for the 8th Congressional District Jimmy Cooper, U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross ordered the Georgia Secretary of State to accept 30 percent fewer signatures to appear on the ballot in November.read more
A newspaper and website published in Washington, D.C. is reporting that Georgia Congressman Sanford Bishop Jr. (D-GA-02) is under intense scrutiny for his use of thousands of taxpayer funds and campaign cash for personal expenses including green fees and initiation fees at country clubs, luxurious trips and Christmas parties.read more
“If you are visiting, or live in, the city of Atlanta then don’t have a non-injury vehicle accident,” warns a Facebook response to a recent, little-publicized policy change by the Atlanta Police Department.read more
A former state representative who gave longtime 13th District Congressman David Scott a slight scare in the June Primary is among seven contenders who are seeking to finish the unexpired term of the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis in a Sept. 29 special election.read more
The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office wants to set the record straight — addressing what they called a number of errors in a recent New York Times article, “Anatomy of An Election ‘Meltdown’ in Georgia,” published July 25.read more
Hold the rubber chicken – members of of Georgia’s Congressional Delegation gathered to speak Tuesday – virtually – at the Georgia Chamber’s 2020 Congressional Luncheon.read more
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Growing up in Fitzgerald, I witnessed the evolution of entrepreneurial spirit as small businesses would open, some close, and new small businesses would take their place. There is an economic cycle of 20-years that supply and demand generally drive.
It was 1990. I was working in Washington, D.C., for a Georgia congressman and had to fly back to the district for meetings. When I plopped down on my Delta flight, sitting next to me also heading to Atlanta was then 50-year-old Congressman John Lewis.
Sean Hannity of Fox News likes to kid me on air about how I’m really not retired from polling and political analysis. That’s because I happily agreed, along with my colleague John McLaughlin, to serve as pollster for Sean’s radio program this election season.