• North Georgia Chairmen urge Kemp to close State Parks

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    Blue Ridge, Ga. – Twelve Commission Chairmen from North Georgia counties have joined together and signed a letter asking Governor Brian Kemp to shut down the State Parks. “It appears that these nonresidents believe our area is a safe haven because of its rural nature. To the contrary, the influx of people into our communities […]

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  • Crews continue to clear roads in White County

    Cleveland, Ga. – White County Public Safety (WCPS) issued a statement today around 11:15 a.m. stating that roadways in the county were dangerous and mostly impassable. WCPS further advised for the public to stay home as crews work to treat the roadways and released in that statement “The road conditions are dangerous, we have multiple […]

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  • Tomorrow’s Georgia Republican gubernatorial primary run-off

    Reposted with permission from the Dustin Inman Society blog   D.A. KING While the liberal media ignores the fact, both candidates in the bruising two-month Georgia Republican gubernatorial primary race have avoided immigration issues where the eventual governor can make the biggest difference. With run-off day looming tomorrow, Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and Secretary of […]

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  • Kemp trumps Cagle : I see your Governor and I raise you a President

    Blue Ridge, Ga. – What has come down to a battle of endorsements over the last two weeks has played out with some big name backers. Secretary of State Brian Kemp landed perhaps the largest endorsement of all as President Donald Trump tweeted out his support of the Georgia gubernatorial hopeful. Kemp’s campaign announced recently […]

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  • Cagle campaign brings out the big guns

    Gainesville, Ga. – “There’s only one candidate who’s been endorsed. There’s only one candidate for Governor’s office who actually meets the standard of what we need and that’s Casey Cagle,” retired Lt. Colonel Oliver North enthusiastically spoke to the large crowd gathered in Gainesville, Ga. this weekend. Lt. Governor Casey Cagle has been the center […]

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  • State Republicans will now move to a July Runoff

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – The Georgia Gubernatorial Race has heated up as Lt. Governor Casey Cagle will now face Secretary of State Brian Kemp in the July General Primary Runoff. Cagle and Kemp emerged as front runners in the General Primary, with Cagle showing a slight edge over Kemp by receiving 39 percent of the […]

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  • Nita Cagle speaks about life on the campaign trail

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – Georgia’s current Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle continues to make his way across the state in his bid to become Georgia’s next Governor. Recently Cagle made stops through North Georgia as part of his campaign on a two week venture dubbed the “Cagle Country Bus Tour”. While supporters and undecided voters alike […]

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  • NRA endorses David Shafer

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – The National Rifle Association (NRA) continues to unveil their endorsements for the upcoming May General Primary, and the latest announcement revealed their pick for the next Georgia Lieutenant Governor, Senator David Shafer. Shafer currently serves as a State Senator of the Georgia State Senate, a position he has held since first […]

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  • Kemp tells the NRA they have been “Casey Cagled”

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – Secretary of State of the U.S. State of Georgia and Republican Governor hopeful Brian Kemp accused the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia Casey Cagle of a political stunt and pandering for endorsements. As the the Georgia Gubernatorial race heats up so do the accusations and claims of who really represents the people […]

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  • Casey Cagle receives NRA endorsement

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – The National Rifle Association (NRA) announces its pick for Georgia’s next Governor, and released that the association would officially be backing Casey Cagle. Not all Republican candidates are happy with the NRA’s decision. With more than 100,000 active members in the state of Georgia, the NRA’s endorsement is sure to pull […]

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  • David Cooper feels he can reach across party lines and defeat Doug Collins

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – David Cooper will face off against Josh McCall for Georgia’s 9th congressional district seat Democratic nomination. The winner of the May General Primary will then run against Republican incumbent Congressman Doug Collins in the November General Election. Collins has held the Georgia 9th Congressional District seat since 2013. Cooper stopped by […]

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  • Josh McCall prepares to face Doug Collins in upcoming election

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – Josh McCall hopes to receive the Democratic nomination in the race for Georgia’s 9th congressional district seat. This seat is currently held by incumbent Congressman Doug Collins. Collins has been Georgia’s 9th District representative since 2013. McCall has been traveling the district during his campaign, and made a stop at the […]

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  • Kemp tells the NRA they have been “Casey Cagled”

    BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – Secretary of State of the U.S. State of Georgia and Republican Governor hopeful Brian Kemp accused the Lieutenant Governor of Georgia Casey Cagle of a political stunt and pandering for endorsements. As the the Georgia Gubernatorial race heats up so do the accusations and claims of who really represents the people […]

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  • Margaret Williamson to challenge David Ralston in Republican Primary

      BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – The 2018 election is already starting to take shape as challengers emerge announcing bids for candidacy against well-known incumbents. The most recent of these announcements comes from Margaret Williamson who intends to face off against Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives David Ralston. Ralston was first elected to the […]

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