A late catch from last week. The State Ethics Commission will now be known as the Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission:
That’s just one of many changes effective today under Georgia’s new ethics law, enacted in 2010 to try to clear the air after the resignation of former House Speaker Glenn Richardson, […]
If you haven’t seen it, Carol Porter’s YouTube Channel is chock full of great videos on every major issue in the Lt. Governor’s race. Below is one of my favorites and clearly shows why we couldn’t ask for a more informed, passionate and capable candidate to face Casey Cagle on Nov. 2. Funny thing, […]
From one scandal to the next, it seems that where ever Nathan Deal goes, Casey Cagle is not far behind, and now, these two men want to hold the two most powerful offices in Georgia. All I can say is – grab your wallets.
Tom Perdue? Kenny Burgamy? Voices from within his own party are calling for Nathan Deal to do the honorable thing and step aside. Shannon McCaffrey has the scoop. I don’t know Tom, but I do know Kenny, who is from Macon. We agree on little politically, but when it comes to ethics, we’re […]
Friday, in his interview with the AJC, Roy Barnes focused on Georgia’s economy. Today, in his interview with the AJC, Nathan Deal focused on his own economy. There’s no better example of the immediate difference in these two candidates- one prepared to focus on Georgia, the other distracted by a personal […]