A partial transcript is found below the video clip.
KENNY B: Is this a break from the Democrat Party? There is a functioning Democrat Party in the state of Georgia. Better Georgia, correct me if I’m wrong, seems to be made up of mostly Democrats who seem to be disenchanted with what’s been going on with the Democratic Party.
BRYAN: We’re completely separate from the Democratic Party. We’re a nonpartisan organization. We are advocating for progressive issues. We’re not organizing Better Georgia — we’re not speaking to these issues because of anything the Democratic Party has done wrong, we just think there’s a lot more that can be done. We think an independent voice is needed. Quite frankly, I’m frustrated with Republicans, I’m frustrated with Democrats, I’m frustrated with almost every politician who is going to the Gold Dome right now.
KENNY B: I read on your website something to the effect that Georgians don’t care about Republicans, they don’t care about Democrats, they just want good governance. You feel like that’s something that’s not happening.
When we come back I’m going to ask you some questions about, ‘Is it truly a nonpartisan organization? Does it lean more left, does it lean right?’ More on that in a moment.
- Better Georgia featured on Fox 24′s Live at Five
- What inspired Better Georgia?
- Is ‘progressive’ simply a code word for ‘liberal’?
- What’s wrong with political candidates in Georgia?
- Does Newt Gingrich have it right on immigration?
- Will Better Georgia endorse candidates?
- What should Georgia Republicans, Democrats do differently?
- Is there hope for Georgia’s education system?