Month: November 2018

Chairman’s Corner: That’s why they call it the blues?

By JASON SHEPHERD Before I begin the analysis of Tuesday’s election, let me first say we have an extremely important runoff on Tuesday, December 4 for Secretary of State and Public Service Commissioner. Brad Raffensperger is still a State Representative and is about to go into special session where he cannot raise money and then…

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MDJ: Early voting numbers dwarf 2014 turnout; politicos weigh in

Early voting numbers dwarf 2014 turnout; politicos weigh in Ross Williams Election Day is Tuesday, but for thousands of Cobb County residents, their civic duty is already done. This year, 111,882 Cobb voters cast their ballots early in person, according to unofficial numbers from the Cobb Elections Department. That’s nearly a 90 percent increase over…

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AJC: Former Ossoff volunteers try to make Democratic gains in red suburbs

Former Ossoff volunteers try to make Democratic gains in red suburbs Nov 02, 2018 By Amanda C. Coyne, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Luisa Wakeman never used to talk about politics. The Cobb County Democrat knew most of her neighbors were dedicated Republicans and she didn’t want to alienate herself. Her first toe dip into the political…

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