Tuesday, April 21, 2009
News from around the State.
It looks like Vernon Jones (D), a former 2008 candidate for the U.S. Senate maybe looking to run again in 2010. But noone knows if its for Secretary of State or maybe Lt. Governor, etc. State Senator Tim Golden (D) looks like a go for the U.S. Senate in 2010. Michael Thurmond (D), seems like a sure bet for Lt. Governor, now the rumor is that he may look at the U.S. Senate seat held by Johnny Isakson, or stay on as Labor Commissioner, or run for another statewide seat such as Secretary of State or Agriculture Commissioner. Lynn Westmoreland (R) it seems is seriously looking at the governor's race. I hope he does run for governor because he is a ultra-conservative that can easily be defined by a democrat in the general election & will turn off independents.
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- Roy Barnes in Americus (Sumter County) Yesterday.
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- FSA provides direct loans to 2,636 farmers
- Pennsylvania Republican to Switch Parties.
- We may have an open congressional seat in 2010.
- Strength & Weaknesses of the Democratic Candidates.
- Falcons took 8 in NFL Draft over the weekend.
- AG Commissioner Tommy Irvin announces recall.
- Terry Coleman: What will he do?
- Nathan Deal for Governor?
- Savannah Republican to run for Governor.
- D.A. has concerns about proposed new Drug Unit.
- A South Georgia Tea Party.
- New candidate for State School Superintendent
- Article from Congressional Quarterly Politics.
- Photos of gubernatorial candidates from the gather...
- Porter to speak to Macon County Chamber of Commerc...
- New poll from Strategic Vision.
- Olens to run for Attorney General.
- Peanut Industry wants help too.
- Everyone's waiting on Roy.
- Cody named FSA Director.
- Tennessee Governor to keynote Jefferson-Jackson Di...
- News from around the State.
- Milledgeville state representative Parham resigns
- ‘Zero’ chance of a comeback says Cox.
- Marshall, Barrow fundraising numbers.
- Great Analysis from the folks at The Insider Advan...
- You cannot tell me Barnes isn't going to run.
- Thurbert Baker has Finance Director.
- Greene gets Honor.
- Response from David Poythress.
- GOP Dominoes are starting to fall.
- Cagle Quitting Governor's Race
- Barnes has early lead among dems: Cagle leads GOP ...
- Marshall: Getting an education is a service to one...
- Longtime Dublin resident to seek Porter's House 14...
- Teilhet may have company for AG. Hodges considers ...
- Bill Kinney: If Roy runs again, he needs new strategy
- Rural voters may sway race for governor
- Casey Cagle to be in Macon County to speak to Cham...
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- Interesting analysis from Tom Baxter of Southern P...
- Anyone wants to be Agriculture Commissioner?
- I'm starting to become very concerned.
- Poor priorities, partisan politics ruled Legislatu...
- Dublin's Porter in race for governor
- Will this be the year Jim Butler makes his move?
- Targeted Republican House Seats?
- Teilhet now officially a candidate for Attorney Ge...
- The politics of race
- These maybe the two who battle it out in the primary.
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