THE LAST WORD: Speaking of elections, Cobb GOP Chairman Jason Shepherd shared the following on his Facebook page on Sunday: I don’t know anyone who is in favor of police brutality and I don’t know how staying on your knees ends it. What I do know is police officers answer to their chiefs who answer to mayors, city councils, and county commissions. In a couple of weeks, in Georgia, we will elect and re-elect our city council members and mayors. Between 10-15% of eligible voters will vote in these races. That’s pathetic. Want to make a difference in how the police are run, get off your knees and go vote. Anything else is just laziness and showing off for the cameras and doesn’t accomplish anything.
- MDJ: AROUND TOWN: State Senate hopeful Jaha Howard under fire for social media posts
- MDJ: AROUND TOWN: Cobb has a hate group? Not so fast, says GOP chair