Georgia delegates see unity first-hand at RNC

‘Unity’ is the theme this week at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee. For Georgia Republicans attending the convention one of the biggest shows of unity took place Tuesday when Gov. Brian Kemp spoke at several events throughout the day. 

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HOPE Scholarship hits $15 billion awarded

After some controversy at its beginnings in 1993, the Georgia Lottery has proved wildly successful at generating revenue for the HOPE Scholarship. Gov. Brian Kemp announced on Tuesday that the scholarship just hit the $15 billion in aid, going to more than 2.1 million students in the last 31 years. 

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Reflections on the GOP’s vice-presidential candidate

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump yesterday chose U.S. Sen. J.D Vance, R-Ohio, as his vice-presidential running mate. The senator yesterday gave a speech that introduced himself to a large American audience, but I was privileged to get a preview of it back in December.

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Clyde secures amendment that would release Biden-missing documents tapes

As the House Appropriations Committee met to consider the Fiscal Year 2025 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (CJS) Appropriations Act late last week, they agreed to an amendment by U.S. Rep. Andrew Clyde, R-GA, that would reduce Attorney General Merrick Garland’s salary until he releases all records related to Special Counsel Robert Hur’s investigation of President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents. 

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Georgia leaders speak out on ‘heinous act’ against Trump

The Republican National Convention kicks off today in Milwaukee, and former President Donald Trump will officially become the GOP nominee for president. But the landscape has changed after a gunman opened fire at a Trump rally in Pennsylvania Saturday, attempting to assassinate the former President, killing a local firefighter trying to save his family, and injuring two more. 

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Tennis leaving ATL

This weekend the Atlanta Open tennis tournament will be played for the last time, after 14 years at Atlantic Station in Midtown.  The ATP Tour event is the only major professional tennis tournament held in Atlanta, but thanks to a scheduling crunch it is being disbanded after this year.  That means Atlanta, a city known for hosting major sporting events and with 80,000 registered ALTA (the best-known tennis association) members will no longer be on the tour.  Hopefully one day professional tennis returns to the Peach State but for now its presence in Georgia is SINKING…

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