Redstate Gathering Video – Karen Handel

    Karen Handel, the Georgia Secretary of State, will be running for Governor of Georgia next year. She has been a leader in pushing for voter identification and proof of citizenship in elections, with tremendous success. Her presentation at the Redstate Gathering was wide ranging, discussing the role of Secretaries of State, the recent push by Democrats to target these offices in swing states, and the | Read More »

    Redstate Gathering Video – Karen Handel

    Karen Handel, the Georgia Secretary of State, will be running for Governor of Georgia next year. She has been a leader in pushing for voter identification and proof of citizenship in elections, with tremendous success. Her presentation at the Redstate Gathering was wide ranging, discussing the role of Secretaries of State, the recent push by Democrats to target these offices in swing states, and the | Read More »

    Another Episode of “From the Mailbag”

    Sigh. It’s always either the people who back the candidates who can’t win or the people backing the charlatans who send these emails. From: “Jack McNey” [email protected] Subject: Re: RedState Endorses Karen Handel for Georgia Governor Date: August 4, 2009 5:55:39 PM EDT To: [email protected] Your an idiot for supporting Handel !!!! As I say in my Holiday Carols to poor people, get a job | Read More »

    RedState Endorses Karen Handel for Georgia Governor

    Joining our long list of conservative candidate endorsements like Tom Coburn, Jim DeMint, Marco Rubio, Mitch Daniels, and Bobby Jindal, RedState is pleased to add Karen Handel, our choice for Republican gubernatorial candidate in Georgia. Five years ago, RedState decided we wanted to push a project — pick a state and get voter photo identification passed as a law. Given the number of us from | Read More »

    An Amazing Time

    As you can tell, we’ve been away and busy at the RedState Gathering. Liz Cheney spoke. She was amazing. “America needs a commander in chief,” she said, ” not a global community organizer.” Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Nikki Haley, Michael Williams, Ken Cuccinelli, Karen Handel, Tom Price, Pat Toomey, Roy Blunt, Jim DeMint, and Rick Perry all joined us in person or via video. It | Read More »

    Stuart Rothenberg Engages in Lazy Journalism. Picks Up Opponents’ Smears Without Checking Facts.

    Stu Rothenberg, a paragon of Inside the Beltway Conventional Wisdom, really screwed up some very basic facts in his story on Georgia.First of all, in a Republican primary where the clear front runner in the most recent polling is the Insurance Commissioner, John Oxendine, Rothenberg calls Ox and the President Pro Tempore of the Georgia Senate, Eric Johnson, “long shots.”Who does Stu think is the | Read More »

    Support Citizen Verification

    You will probably recall that the Obama Department of Justice has decided not to pre-clear Georgia’s verification process for voting. Under the process, Georgia’s Secretary of State cross referenced voter registration information to drivers license and social security data to make sure what a person claimed was verifiable to ensure only citizens voted in Georgia. When Georgia ran the test, which the Department of Justice | Read More »

    Barack Obama’s Department of Justice shows a shocking disregard for the integrity of our elections

    Last year, two federal courts ordered the State of Georgia to implement a system to verify the citizenship of registered voters. This arose after Karen Handel, Georgia’s Secretary of State, sent letters to 4,771 voter registration applicants whose records at the Georgia Department of Driver Services indicated they were not U.S. citizens. Federal law requires the Secretary of State to make sure the information is | Read More »

    Leftist Activists Sue Georgia Secretary of State to Stop Citizenship Verification

    At the same time federal courts in Ohio are ordering Ohio’s Secretary of State to verify the registrations of newly registered voters in Ohio, leftwing activists in Georgia are suing Georgia’s Secretary of State, Karen Handel, to stop her verifying records.As Maggie Thurber notes about the Ohio situation: The ruling from U.S. District Court Judge George C. Smith called the identification breakdown “a serious problem” | Read More »

    Georgia Primary Predictions

    Low turnout.Less than a third of Georgia’s registered voters are expected to go to the polls Tuesday for a primary election dominated by local races and a relatively low-profile statewide Democratic contest for the U.S. Senate.”I think turnout will be driven largely by local races,” said Secretary of State Karen Handel, who projected turnout at about 30 percent.Polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Read More »


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