From the beginning, I was wary of Lisa Collins, the “Democratic” candidate in the Special Election for Senate District 11. If you look at her voting history, you would know what I mean. She voted Republican in 2012 (both primaries), the 2008 Presidential Primary, 2004 (both primaries), and 2002 (both primaries). Then, if you take [...]
Trying to fight off a Republican supermajority in the State Senate, the Georgia Senate Democratic Caucus recruited Lisa Collins to run in Senate District 11 in the Southwestern area’s January 8th Special Election.
Today those hopes were dashed as Collins withdrew from the State Senate race ensuring a GOP strangehold on the State Senate for [...]
According to the Secretary of State’s website as of noon today when qualifying ended, Democrats fielded candidates for:
State Senate District 11 – Lisa Collins
A brief google search indicates Mrs. Collins is a Georgia native and Director of Economic Development (awesome!) in Early County which would make her no stranger [...]
I remember sitting in the front of my dad’s boat, the hum of the trolling motor in my ears for like the third or fourth hour, waiting for my lure trailing out of the back of the boat to snag something…anything. Trying to catch candidates to run in an election should not be the same [...]
In case you’ve been under a rock or mauled while shopping, two GOP State Senators have resigned to “take other posts”…yeah right, and a seat has opened up in the state house, albeit in deep red Cherokee County. With Democrats facing a Republican supermajority in both chambers, there’s no choice for the House [...]