Jeff Emanuel, a Senior at UGA writes this article at Townhall.com about Ralph Reed. An article about Cagle will appear Friday.
A veteran of in-the-trenches electoral politics who refers to himself as a “grassroots candidate,” Reed continuously reiterates the party’s goals for the year: reelecting Governor Sonny Perdue (the first Republican in that office since Reconstruction) and adding to the Republican majorities in both houses of Georgia’s General Assembly. He also addresses his personal goal of “establishing the position of the Lt. Governor as the philosophical ally of Gov. Perdue, rather than an opponent” (for the duration of Perdue’s term, the Lt. Governor has been Democrat Mark Taylor), and to “restore that office to effectiveness,” so that it can “be a leadership slot for conservative values.”
Both educated and articulate, the man Time magazine once called “The Right Hand of God