Local Commissioners Challenged in May Primary

Two current county commissioners will be challenged for their seats in the May 22 primary. Bobby Winters is running for re-election to the District 2...

Early Voting: What You Need to Know

Did you know that the State of Georgia has statewide primary elections in two weeks? Last Monday, April 30, marked the start of a three-week...

John Barge Announces Candidacy for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District

Former Georgia School Superintendent John Barge recently announced his candidacy for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.

Political Newcomer Todd Noblitt Looks to Replace 20 Year Career Incumbent

Todd Noblitt, a 49-year old insurance agent, is running for a seat in the Georgia State Senate. Noblitt will challenge incumbent Jeff Mullis in the 53rd District primary election, which occurs May 19, 2020.

Lt. Governor Endorses in 14th Congressional District Race

The Lieutenant Governor is weighing in on the 14th Congressional district race.

Tarvin 2018 Voting Record: 7.6% of Votes Were NO Votes

The Georgia legislature has adjourned for the 2017-18 session, but the effects of their votes are sure to linger for much longer than the...

After Pushing for 346% Pay Raise, Sen. Mullis Says He’ll Push for Lawmaker Pay...

After backing legislation for a 346% pay raise for state lawmakers, State Senator Jeff Mullis says he will file a bill to cut the pay for lawmakers as the state works to offset the financial hemorrhage of the COVID-19 pandemic response. Mullis is currently in an embattled 3-way Republican primary.

Candidate Meet and Greet at the Courthouse

Steven Henry, Chairman of the Catoosa Board of Commissioners, heads up a local group that is hosting what Henry calls "an old-fashioned meet and...

Congressman Graves Gathers with GA-14 Service Academy Appointees

Congressman Tom Graves recently hosted a send-off dinner in Calhoun to honor the students from the 14th Congressional District who were appointed to attend...

Catoosa Commissioners Considering Restricting Public Input at Meetings

The Catoosa County Board of Commissioners is set to consider an amendment to the commission meeting rules and procedures at the next meeting and citizens worry that the measure would stifle free speech.