Category Archives: Randy Evans

How Republicans Can Stay In Power

In 1994, Republicans captured control of the United States House of Representatives after four decades of Democratic control. Riding on the back of Newt Gingrich and the Contract with America, Republicans picked up 54 seats in what is now regarded … Continue reading

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Judicial Elections Decided on Qualifying Day

Qualifying for public office in Georgia has come and gone.  As a result, the field of candidates has now been set, with the choices for Georgia’s voters locked in. The old adage is that more elections are decided on qualifying … Continue reading

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Moving Forward on Education and Criminal Justice

Now that the dust has settled on the 2012 Georgia General Assembly, Georgians can look back and see what their legislators and Governor did for 40 legislative days. Unlike years past, under both Democratic and Republican governors, the 2012 General … Continue reading

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Women Could Change Presidential Politics

With less than 180 days until the General Election, no one can predict what will happen on November 6, 2012.  In fact, any one that says that they know what will happen probably knows the least about what comes next. … Continue reading

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Gingrich’s Long Run To Change America

Last Wednesday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich officially suspended his campaign for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.  It was definitely a wild ride with lots of twists and turns. Somehow, it is appropriate that the end … Continue reading

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