Doug Monroe, Freelance writer from Atlanta, and Professional Blogger at Peachtree Screed, discusses the morning after the 2006 elections, particularly the future of the Democratic Party in Georgia.
Tag Archive for '2006-elections'
John Dashler, 2006 Independent candidate for Governor, joins the discusses about Election Day issues and candidates.
Mell Taylor and John Barrow, Candidates for Toombs County Commission and Congress 12th District share the spotlight in this final interview before the election.
Karen Handel, Republican candidate for Secretary of State
Gail Buckner, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State
Jamie Clark, Candidate for the Toombs County Board of Education, District 5, tells us why he is seeking his first elected office. Due to incorrect information given to Jamie when he went to qualify for the race last April, he did not get properly qualified to run. Thus, he is waging a write-in campaign. If he wins, he may be the first write-in candidate to win an election in Toombs County, maybe even in the State of Georgia.
John Barrow, Democratic Candidate for U. S. Congress, 12th District, discusses the negative TV ads his opponent is running.
Ralph Knowles, and Atlanta attorney associated with Carol Hunstein’s campaign for re-election to the Georgia Supreme Court, discusses the campaign and that her opponents lack of any judicial qualifications.
Garrett Hayes, Libertarian candidate for Governor, discusses his proposals for education, immigration and taxation.
Jay Stewart, candidate for Judge of the Superior Court in the Atlantic Judicial Circuit which includes, Tattnall, Evans, Bryan, Liberty, Long and McIntosh.