Awesome piece in today’s Washington Post focusing on Michelle Nunn, Jason Carter, and the future of Democratic politics in Georgia. A must-read this morning.
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Great clip from last night’s “All In with Chris Hayes”.
Georgia’s turning blue faster than anyone thinks, despite rhetoric to the contrary. Georgians of all stripes are sick and tired of getting left behind. If you’re interested in learning about Georgia’s new Moral Monday, feel free to check out their Facebook page for more info.
Via Jim Galloway from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, it appears that Congressman Phil Gingrey (R-GA)’s U.S. Senate campaign might in some hat water.
The link below has the details, but the gist of it is this: top staffers are resigning and we’re still 6+ months from the primary. Ouch.
State Senator Jason Carter (D-Decatur) jumped in the race for governor today, sending the 2014 governor’s race from 0 to 60 faster than a Ferrari.
Always focused on middle class issues and values, Senator Carter is what the state needs to regain its economic footing. Education and the economy are Carter’s top issues, and boy, does he do a great job attacking those issues.
Check out his website and click the link below for additional details, courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Charlie Crist announced that he’s running for governor. Anyone shocked? Well, it didn’t take long for the mudslinging to start. Adam Smith from the Tampa Bay Times has the story, and boy, is it a doozy.