When the victory is no victory, and the Party is no party.

Across the State on Saturday, Republicans gathered in their districts to elect delegates for the RNC's National Convention to be held in Cleveland in...

Dr. Mary Kay Bacallo to challenge Senator Johnny Isakson

Dr. Mary Kay Bacallao, a lifelong Republican, has qualified to run against an incumbent U.S. Senator in Georgia.  She has been reading the state...

Mickey Tuck the Constitutional Conservative

The countdown clock is ticking loudly for the May 24th primary in Georgia. Mickey Tuck, candidate for the 14th U.S. Congressional seat, has visited...

Werkheiser responds to claims he passes the buck on voting

Representative Bill Werkheiser, who represents Tattnall, Evans, and Wayne counties, somehow managed to walk in the door in Wayne County for an Environmental Protection Division meeting with several hundred constituents last night at 6:45 p.m. - some 250 miles away from the Capitol - while he was also voting in Atlanta.

Former Trion Mayor, Lanny Thomas seeking State Senatorial Seat

The upcoming election cycle will include the state senatorial race in the 53rd District which includes Chattooga, Dade, Walker and parts of Catoosa County....

Burton launches State House bid for those last 71 votes

In the spring of 2014, grassroots candidate Lee Burton gave longtime incumbent Greg Morris a run for his money on the campaign trail. The Toombs County native-born in Metter came within striking distance, losing by just 71 votes and taking both home counties - Toombs and Montgomery - after being outspent nearly 10-1. Burton spent just over $14,000 while Morris topped $160,000.

“Politically Incorrect” Sheriff makes it official with sign

One Georgia Sheriff is making waves with his "politically incorrect" sign.

Sylvania’s Hammond Announces for State Senate

In a crowded room at the Pathway Center on Highway 301 in Sylvania on a dreary, rainy Saturday afternoon, Stephen Hammond announced his bid...

Former GA-12 Congressman John Barrow to Teach at UGA

Wednesday, former Congressman from Georgia's 12th Congressional district, John Barrow, announced he will soon be contributing to the curriculum at the University of Georgia. The...

County Seeking a TAN This Summer

Douglas County is accepting bids this summer in its venture to get a TAN, or Tax Anticipation Note. The Douglas County Board of Commissioners allowed...