Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger kicked off a new initiative Thursday designed to educate voters on what to expect when they begin casting ballots in the 2020 election.read more
If you have a cellphone, you’ve likely become inundated at some point by robocalls. Maybe it’s credit card debt, timeshare homes, warranties or protection plans, or something else, but there are myriad topics robocallers use to try and either scam consumers into giving up valuable data, such as financial information.read more
Georgia’s 7th Congressional District is drawing a lot of attention. The last time the seat was open was in 2010 when current Republican Congressman Rob Woodall won the chance to represent Gwinnett and Forsyth — which hasn’t elected a Democrat since the mid-1990s.read more
The Georgia Ports Authority continues to set records and is on track to exceed 4.6 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) for the first time in a calendar year, a 14 percent increase over volumes moved through Savannah just three years ago.read more
With Gov. Brian Kemp poised tomorrow to name Atlanta businesswoman and lifelong Republican Kelly Loeffler as Georgia’s interim U.S. senator to replace Johnny Isakson, all eyes will be on the Loeffler introductory rollout.read more
This year’s Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at the State Capitol will highlight two organizations that provide gifts to children in foster care in Georgia.read more
The race for Georgia’s 7th Congressional District has drawn a packed, diverse crowd of Republicans who are fighting to keep the seat after five-term Republican Rob Woodall declared he would not seek re-election.read more
Few, if any states have had such success in terms of economic development over the past decade as Georgia. The cornerstone of economic development, when it comes to bringing in new companies or growing existing ones, is building out a large skilled workforce to meet the demand for high quality employees.read more
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Georgia’s first “career Republican” governor has already had a banner year with big wins in economic development and a plethora of appointments that truly do represent the diversity of 2020 Georgia. With his appointment of businesswoman and 4H’er Kelly Loeffler, however, he clearly stated what he wants Georgians to know about the heart and soul of our 83rd governor.
On October 25th Georgia Bureau of Investigation Director Vic Reynolds and Fulton County Chief Magistrate Court Judge Cassandra Kirk hosted statewide training aimed at dismantling Georgia’s gang crisis.
As this is written, sources in Georgia and Washington D.C. still indicate that U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., is not the choice of Gov. Brian Kemp to be an interim U.S. senator replacing the retiring Johnny Isakson.