"We need to have independent citizens serving in our state government. They should not be elected to serve a corporation or a social organization. The only voters in our elections are the citizens of the state. The election should be totally the results of the actions of the citizens. Corporations do not vote. Organizations do not vote."
"Perhaps the most important event of the week was Governor Kemp's first "State of the State" address. He highlighted some of his legislative priorities including: $69 million of grant funding to increase security measures in our public schools, $3000 salary increases for teachers (a $480 million increase in the state budget), a gang taskforce, broadband expansion in rural Georgia, increased access to healthcare, and improvements to our voting systems."