It’s really over

I’ve been told by three separate sources that Mike Crotts has been thrown off the ballot in State Senate District 17…again.

The Georgia Supreme Court denied a discretionary appeal of the Fulton Superior Court ruling and also turned down Crotts’ request for expedited review.

With that, this saga ends…thank God.

8 comments

  1. UGA Wins 2005 says:

    No one believed the nonsense about living in that basement. No one believed he had moved and spent Christmas in that basement. No one believed he had forced his family to live in that hole so he could run for office. No one believed any of his lies. But everyone does believe he will carry more baggage than a freight train if he tries to run again for any other office. He has more ethical violations than Jack Abramhoff. ROFLMAO.

  2. Danny says:

    I drove by a rented Henry County Republican office this morning & they still had a Crotts sign out front.

  3. Danny says:

    Jase, if you drive by his house then have you noticed that most of his signs on personal property (other than his) have been taken down in that area? I guess people got the hint. Another thing, I counted no less than three abandoned houses with a Crotts sign in the front yard. I saw a fourth but I’m not 100% sure it’s just not inhabited by some slobs.

    I can’t put my finger on it but it just agitates me for some reason.

  4. JaseLP says:

    Danny,

    I drove down 20 into Conyers on Wednesday, I noticed a couple of signs at abandoned houses (the funny one was the home that had burned down, but had a Crotts sign in front of it).

    I noticed that there were less signs up then there were on Wednesday.

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