As a military veteran who served 12 years, a lawyer who has practiced 13 years, and an elected official for a year, I’m familiar with battle lines, strategy and targeting. Yet, I have rarely been as stunned by naked ambition as I was when I visited the state Reapportionment Office in July. That day, I learned that I had no legislative map to view because they claimed not to know my home address. The claim was patently ridiculous. After all, my address had been turned in numerous times, is on the Georgia House of Representatives’ own website and could have been provided with a single call. But that was just the beginning.