Leadership and Loss
“Leaders … just make a realistic assessment. And that assessment becomes very simple: John Oxendine must be destroyed either to get a chance to compete against Karen Handel or for the good of the party.” Down in Georgia, former Congressman Nathan Deal tried very hard to make immigration his issue. Trying his best to spin more than a decade in Washington as a plus in | Read More »
Is Kingston In for Governor?
I’m hearing that Jack Kingston has had conversations with people suggesting he may run for Governor. That’d be interesting. Leaving his congressional seat would free up that spot for Eric Johnson, who could transition his campaign easily from Lt. Governor to Congress. It’d also potentially make it likely that we could forgo at least one bloody primary. Now if we could weed out some people | Read More »
In Georgia, Mitch Seabaugh Challenges Eric Johnson
The Savannah Paper has a story on the challenge to Senator Johnson. A state senator from Sharpsburg wants Senate President Pro Tem Eric Johnson’s job, but Johnson isn’t saying whether he wants to keep it. Senate Republican Whip Mitch Seabaugh has told follow GOP senators he’ll seek the post the Savannah Republican has held since 2005. I’m a big fan of Eric Johnson. He has, | Read More »