Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Who will Step up as leaders for the Democrats when the next Legislative Session Begins.

As we approach the 2010 legislative session, my question is who will emerge as leaders of the democratic party? I ask this because minority leader DuBose Porter will be entering his last session as leader of the house democrats as he is vying to become the next governor of Georgia in 2010.
The one person to have thought to be the next leader of the party, Rob Teilhet is also leaving his House seat to run for State Attorney General as well.
So with both of these men aiming for higher office next year, who will emerge as new leaders of the party after the 2010 elections?
Kevin Levitas (D-Atlanta)?
Brian Thomas (D-Lilburn)?
Winfred Dukes (D-Albany)?
Doug McKillip (D-Athens)?
Mike Cheokas (D-Americus)?
Alan Powell (D-Hartwell)?
This is something that the democrats need to think about. There will be a huge hole left by the departure of DuBose Porter as minority leader. This is a question that is not being asked enough by the party. If democrats retake the governor's mansion in 2010, this will be a mute point.

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