Ralph Reed has introduced “a comprehensive economic policy agenda to create jobs, attract business and grow Georgia’s economy.” You can read it here. The plan has a taxpayer dividend act, an income tax reform, a “Homeowner Protection Act,” and more.
This all raises for me the question of coordinated plans. If Ralph or Casey get elected, how much are they going to be pushing their own agenda and how much are they going to push the governor’s. Of course I’m on record as saying the Governor and Lt. Gov. should run as a ticket.