Voting Time Again – My Endorsements – Congress and a Local Race

Early voting for the primary run-off elections starts today. In a local Crisp County run-off I am voting for and supporting Amber Holloway for Judge of Probate Court.

In the 3rd Congressional District, I endorse Mike Crane for Congress. I don’t live in the 3rd so I can not vote for him. I encourage those who can to vote for him.

Ted Cruz, Senator Josh McKoon, and many conservative organizations including Georgia Carry, the NRA, Club for Growth, Senate Conservative Fund, Freedom Works, and Tea Continue reading

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Two Endorsements for Republican Primary

This is the last week of early voting in the 2016 Primary election. It looks like early voting is up across the 2nd District. We’ll know more at the end of the week.

I am going to make two specific endorsements in campaigns from Southwest Georgia. Continue reading

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Bobby Scott, Candidate for Congress, Dies

I received news yesterday that Bobby Scott, Republican candidate for Congress, died unexepectedly Saturday afternoon. Muscogee County Coroner, Buddy Bryan said that Scott died in his sleep. Scott suffered with diabetic ketoacidosis. He also had high blood sugar and high blood pressure. Scott was 40-years-old.

I met Bobby in person for the first time last Tuesday at the Southwest Georgia Republican Party Headquarters grand opening. After the event, we were talking about the campaign when he looked at his watch and said that he had to leave to get his son.

We never expect this kind of news. According to the news reports, he was found by his son who could not wake him on Saturday afternoon. Our prayers are with Bobby’s family, loved ones, friends, and his campaign team.

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Response to Obama’s Amnesty – An Opportunity for Real Bi-Partisanship

Last night, President Obama announced his planned executive order to provide amnesty to five million illegal aliens. The supposed legal authority for his planned action is referred to as prosecutorial discretion.

Prosecutorial discretion is simply not enforcing certain laws. For example, driving 75 in a 70 mile per hour zone and topping the hill to see a state trooper running radar. Continue reading

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