#GA12: Duplicitous John Barrow Can’t get Story Straight on Role in Dredging Port of Savannah
There are still plenty of vulnerable Democrats running for reelection to the House this cycle, and of Georgia’s 12th district happens to be one of the toughest races. First elected in 2005, he represented a district that barely favored Democrats up until the redistricting after the 2010 Census. Now, it has a Cook PVI rating of R+9, but he’s managed to survive for five terms | Read More »
Rep. John Barrow (D, Georgia-12), monkeys, and cocaine.
There is something arresting about this campaign ad from the NRCC, which indeed draws on everything in the title.
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@KindforCongress, @Barrow4GA, Collin Peterson, @ericswalwell, & @BishopforCongress’s dirty Koch money.
Note: I do not actually consider Koch Industry [and employees: see Update below] campaign contributions to be in point of fact ‘dirty.’ And neither do the following Democrats! Barrow, John (D-GA) Bishop, Sanford (D-GA) Matheson, Jim (D-UT) Kind, Ron (D-WI) Peterson, Collin (D-MN) Swalwell, Eric (D-CA) Screenshot here, just in case.
But in Georgia…voters should weigh Barrow against his Democratic Party
In a recent issue of Atlanta Times News, Mike DeVine admonished DeKalb County voters to send only Republicans to represent them in Washington, D.C. given the desperate need to repeal Obamacare and pass economic growth-friendly legislation so that a real recovery can commence across the Fruited Plain, including in the Peach State. But given the circumstance in portions of Georgia south of DeKalb, this Sandlapper thinks an | Read More »
Rick W. Allen: A Man of Character (GA-12th Congressional Race)
Georgia’s 12th district congressional race is heating up, as we are only 19 days out from election day. I have researched each candidate, and tried my best to decide who would best represent the 12th district . In the end my choice was clear. I’d like to share this with my fellow patriots in the 12th district here on Redstate. I decided to support Rick W. Allen. | Read More »
Around the U.S. in 50 Days: Georgia
Georgia gains a seat in the House due to population growth. In presidential politics, I personally have my worries in Georgia. With state approval ratings above the national average, Obama’s chances of picking up an unanticipated 16 electoral votes is a real possibility. While it is true that Georgia has been a fairly reliable GOP state since 2000, the margins have not been exactly stellar | Read More »
GA-12: Trouble Brewing for Barrow
I divide my time between Georgia’s 13th district and its 12th district, depending on whether I’m at home or in college. Unfortunately, I’m represented by Democrats, David Scott and John Barrow, respectively, in both districts. Since I’m registered to vote in the 12th district, I’ve been doing what I can to help the Republicans oust Barrow. Courtesy of NationalAtlas.gov.
Does John Barrow Regret Voting for Nancy Pelosi
John Barrow (D-GA) is in one of those swing districts that in 2010 will be very vulnerable. Barrow, for years, has had trouble balancing his liberal tendencies with his more conservative district. Thus far he has done it successfully. But it has gotten harder and harder to the point where he can’t make up his mind what he regrets.