Secretary of State’s Office Opens its Doors to Accessibility Community

Senior members of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s staff hosted a roundtable discussion Friday with advocates for people with disabilities and senior citizens.
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Carr Joins 20 AG’s in Rejecting the Underlying Legal Theories Used in the Impeachment...

Attorney General Chris Carr announced Wednesday that he has joined 20 other attorneys general in submitting a “friend of the Senate” letter outlining the legal flaws of the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

“Death with Dignity Act” Filed in Georgia Legislature

A bill that would allow a terminally ill patient to decide when to end their life has been filed in the Georgia State Senate. Do you support it?

Kevin Cooke joins 14th District Congressional Race

State Representative Kevin Cooke has joined the Congressional race in Georgia’s 14th district set to be vacated by current Congressman Tom Graves at the end of the year. 

State Lawmakers Split on Resolution on Soleimani Neutralization Success

The second order of business for Georgia lawmakers last week included voting on a resolution commending the armed forces for their successful elimination of Qesam Soleimani.

Kemp named 30 appointments last week

Governor Brian P. Kemp recently conducted swearing-in ceremonies for thirty (30) Georgians to serve on various state boards, councils, and commissioners.

Georgia Secretary of State Backs Special Election Qualifying Bill

“This is about providing Georgia voters certainty and order by putting into law what has been the practice for over 30 years,” Raffensperger said. “The last thing voters need now is another frivolous, politically motivated lawsuit based on muddled legal reasoning.”

Highlights from Kemp’s 2020 State of the State Address

"The State of the State is strong, and folks, we are just getting started." - Governor Brian Kemp

Kemp Nominates Jannine Miller for State Transportation Planning Director

Once confirmed by the State House and Senate Transportation Committees, Miller will assume the role vacated by Jay Roberts last September.

Questionable Tenure of Interim Guyton Police Chief Rolls Over to New Administration

The winds of uncertainty continue to blow in the City of Guyton as the revolving door of personnel turns without ceasing. While the position of city manager may be in a close second, no department in the city government has seen more turnover than the Guyton Police Department. In the last four and a half years, the PD has been lead by five different Chiefs and/or Public Safety Directors. But the current interim police chief may present the most issues of them all.