Just a few months ago, the political cognoscenti were bullish on U.S. Rep.-turned-gubernatorial-candidate Artur Davis in Alabama. Davis, a four-term Congressman representing Birmingham, had an impressive record in Congress, was close with President Obama, and was generally seen as the man to beat in Alabama’s Democratic Primary.
And, earlier this week, he was just that. […]
He’s also out of the gate with a broadcast email asking for the cash money, which is a good thing. You can see his website at: joemartin.org
Hi. I’m Martin. I used to work over at the state party, and now I work with candidates. I also blog about stuff, over at Beyond the Trestle, at change.org, and now here. So, I reckon I’m about as much of a blogger as anyone else. And I need you guys to do […]
We don’t really need to tell you this is totally unscientific, do we?
Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond… hasn’t disclosed anything whatsoever since 2007.
Thurmond, who’s running for the U.S. Senate, filed no financial disclosure forms with the State Ethics Commission in 2008 or 2009, a check of the commission’s online look-up shows. Elected officials in Georgia are required to report on basic details of […]