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Mar 22
2010

AJC: Health care aftermath: Nathan Deal resigns, forces gather for counteroffensive

Health care aftermath: Nathan Deal resigns, forces gather for counteroffensive 8:41 am March 22, 2010, by Jim Galloway What happened after the House passed the health care overhaul: – According to Congressional Quarterly, “Rep. Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) resigned from Congress less than an hour after he voted ‘no’ on the health care reform bill, according to the House Clerk’s […]

Jan 28
2010

MDJ: Cobb lawmakers, residents focus on jobs in address

by Brandon Wilson and Katy Ruth Camp bwilson@mdjonline.com, krcamp@mdjonline.com The Marietta Daily Journal 01.28.10 – 01:00 am COBB COUNTY – Georgia’s senators and U.S. representatives from Cobb, as well as residents throughout the county, agreed that the president needed to focus on jobs and the economy in his State of the Union address. Although President […]

Jan 28
2010

Marietta Daily Journal: Cobb lawmakers, residents focus on jobs in address

Marietta Daily Journal: Cobb lawmakers, residents focus on jobs in address by Brandon Wilson and Katy Ruth Camp bwilson@mdjonline.com, krcamp@mdjonline.com January 28, 2010 01:00 COBB COUNTY – Georgia’s senators and U.S. representatives from Cobb, as well as residents throughout the county, agreed that the president needed to focus on jobs and the economy in his State […]

Jan 26
2010

Marietta Daily Journal: Around Town: This and that … with a computer handy

This and that … with a computer handy by Otis Brumby, Bill Kinney and Joe Kirby Around Town Columnists January 26, 2010 01:00 AM SPEAKERS: U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) will be the speaker at the Feb. 1 First Monday Breakfast of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce. … Jason Shepherd, Republican candidate for State House […]

Nov 10
2009

Marietta Daily Journal: Marietta woman reflects on fall of the Berlin Wall

11/10/09: Marietta Daily Journal: Marietta woman reflects on fall of the Berlin Wall MARIETTA – For 34-year-old Manuela Shepherd, living in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall came with discomforts one learned to live with – like a 13-year wait to get a new car. After the wall fell, things were noticeably different. […]

Aug 08
2009

Marietta Daily Journal: Political Platter

POLITICAL PLATTER: Jason Shepherd of west Cobb, former state chair of Georgia Young Republicans, has filed to form a committee to run against Democrat Terry Johnson in House District 37.… Thomas Cheater will run for the Marietta Board of Education in the Ward 6 election in November. Cheater has been a Marietta resident for some nine years and lives in the East Park […]

Jan 10
2009

AJC: On whether a college degree is necessary for a governor

Saturday, January 10, 2009, 11:46 AM The Atlanta Journal-Constitution We’ve got a three-person confrontation building on the Republican side of the 2010 race for governor: Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, Secretary of State Karen Handel, and state Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine. One of the most sensitive issues in the contest will be the issue of education. […]

Oct 02
2008

Featured on Fox 5 Atlanta: 34 Days and 34,000 Polls to Go

Thirty-four days out and many are already writing the obituary of the GOP in this election, and not all of them are members of the leftist media. I hear it from GOP activists and right winged bloggers. Some like Kathleen Parker have even suggested that Sarah Palin drop off the ticket to give McCain any […]

Sep 16
2008

WDUN: McCain-Palin campaign announces GA grassroots leadership

By Staff Posted 11:13AM on Tuesday 16th September 2008 ( 8 years ago ) UNDATED – The McCain-Palin ticket is lining up county and district chairmen in Georgia. Tack Cornelius and Kris Yardley have been named co-chairs of the campaign in Hall County, and Mike Evans will serve as the 9th District chairman. Other counties […]

Sep 05
2008

Fox 5 Atlanta: 60 Days

Back in the ATL, now is the time to take all of that energy and start focusing it on victory. There are less than 60 days before Americans go to the polls and select the next President of the United States. I spent last night on the Convention Floor listening to the speech. I was, […]