We’ve said it before: the Secretary of State’s sloppy mistakes have already compromised the integrity of our electoral process, and it’s getting worse. Only a few weeks after dozens of voters were revealed to have been voting in the wrong district for four years, the AJC reports that over 40 voters in Fulton County were… [Read More]
Rep. Gerald Greene took the stand at a hearing in Atlanta yesterday, just a few weeks after filing a challenge to the residency of his Democratic opponent, James Williams. During his testimony, Greene admitted that he spoke to Secretary of State Brian Kemp before filing his challenge. From the AJC: State Rep. Gerald Greene testified… [Read More]
Yesterday, we told you about Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s sloppy mistakes that have raised serious concerns about the integrity of Georgia’s electoral process. Kemp’s staff took issue with our comments, and spent much of their taxpayer-funded work day attacking us for it. .@bettergeorgia Nice try blaming @BrianKempGA for incompetence of #Dougherty county officials. #Yawn… [Read More]
Once again, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Do you remember when Kemp’s office accidentally released private information, including social security numbers, of all six million Georgia voters last year? Now Brian Kemp has made another sloppy mistake that could have alarming implications for Georgia. The… [Read More]
Better Georgia learned today that Secretary of State Brian Kemp has abandoned his attempt to hire Nathan Deal’s former press secretary through a no-bid contract.
Kemp’s decision to cancel the contract follows a formal protest filed by Better Georgia with the state’s Department of Administrative Services.
Brian Kemp is clearly in crisis mode from a massive data breach of Social Security numbers that he shared with a “no compromise” gun lobby, a neo-Confederate political party and others. But crisis or no crises, Georgia’s no-bid contract law is clear.
We finally have our first hint at why Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp released the social security numbers of every Georgia voter. Kemp responded to a request from Georgia’s tax agency, the Georgia Department of Revenue. That leaves us asking a new questions: Why does Georgia’s tax office need social security numbers, driver’s license… [Read More]
This Friday, millions of Georgians will get up early and brave long lines for the incredible deals retailers offer on Black Friday. For many families, Black Friday shopping is a festive, fun tradition that helps lighten the load on the family budget during the holiday season. But thanks to Georgia’s government, this year, we won’t… [Read More]
The polls continue to show that the governor’s race between Jason Carter and Nathan Deal is locked in a dead heat and the U.S. Senate race between Michelle Nunn and David Perdue is neck-and-neck. Conservatives are seeing the news too, and now they will stop at nothing to suppressvoter rights in Georgia. Why? Conservatives know that if… [Read More]