Rob Woodall loses leadership bid

5:26 pm Nov. 13, 2014

WASHINGTON — Lawrenceville Republican U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall fell short today in his campaign to lead the Republican Policy Committee, the fifth ranking post in House GOP leadership.

Rep. Luke Messer, R-Ind., won the three-man race

Storm warnings on the right for Johnny Isakson

10:10 am Nov. 13, 2014

U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson is planting his re-election flag on Monday, as no obvious challenger has presented him or herself.

Some forces on the right would like one.

The Club For Growth, a well-funded Washington group that

Notes from a mailbox in west Cobb County

4:15 pm Jul. 17, 2014

If there’s anyone who hates the last days before a hot election more than a homeowner on a campaign mailing list, it’s the U.S. Postal Service employee stuck with cramming them into mailbox after mailbox.

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Brian Kemp: Guns and run-off ballots won’t mix

10:15 am Jul. 14, 2014

 Over the weekend, the New York Times had a piece on the dispute in Alabama, where the state’s sheriffs association had urged the state’s 67 counties to ban the open carry of weapons at polling

Barry Loudermilk internal poll has him up 49-28 on Bob Barr

2:58 pm Jul. 11, 2014

Got your grains of salt? Good. Former State Sen. Barry Loudermilk released an internal poll today showing him with a healthy lead on former Rep. Bob Barr in the 11th Congressional District runoff.

The key question:

T5. If the Republican primary runoff election for Congress were being held today for whom would you vote if the candidates were Bob Barr and Barry Loudermilk?
Barry Loudermilk ……………………………………………. 49%
Bob Barr ………………………………………………………… 28%
Definitely Loudermilk ……………………………………… 36%
Probably Loudermilk