Libel suit forces Georgia GOP to back off smears against Fulton House candidate Josh McLaurin

By Jonathan Grant @Brambleman UPDATE: GOP Caves, settles lawsuit and agrees to quit making false claims against Georgia House District 51 candidate Josh McLaurin Today, the Georgia Republican Party settled my libel case against it by promising never again to say I’m “under criminal investigation.” I am grateful to @EvansforGeorgia for helping me hold the GOP accountable for its lies. The truth still matters. https://t.co/IT1NnUaKR1 — Josh McLaurin for GA HD 51 (@JoshforGeorgia) November 1, 2018   (Original post published Oct 17, 2018 @ 21:32): The Georgia Republican Party, fearing the loss of House District 51 on Nov. 6, has decided that their guy needs all the help he can get, and unfortunately, that means going low. Consequently, Democratic Josh McLaurin is getting…

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Stacey Evans, Stacey Abrams statements on Georgia PSC Plant Vogtle decision

From the Twitterverse What Vogtle decision? The one today that told Georgia Power to keep building, with no cost cap. It’s at $25 billion and counting, and several years behind schedule, but Get ‘er done! Article here. Stacey Abrams tweeted her statement out today. Greg Bluestein tweeted Stacy Abrams’ statement. Both presented with minimal editing. For Georgia Public Service Commission candidate John Noel‘s statement, click here. Previously, the two Democratic gubernatorial candidates had seemed to diverge. In today’s statements, Evans stays true to form and Abrams shifts left, perhaps realizing her previous response left something to be desired. She’s still all about those workers.   Stacey Evans In my law career, I’ve forced companies that fleeced the taxpayer to pay up, and…

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