Yes, I am, and I’m going on record with this. Having reviewed all the campaign mail I’ve gotten thus far, talked to friends and acquaintances, and thought about who to vote for, I’m going to vote for Karen Handel for Secretary of State.
I’m leaning toward Brian Kemp in the Ag race, but I really haven’t made up my mind, frankly. I don’t know anything about Gary Black, having gotten nothing from him in the mail, having not seen any ads, etc. I have nothing against Black, but I know Kemp and I’ve liked what I’ve seen from him in my mail box.
Reed v. Cagle. Ugh. I really and truly have no idea. I don’t like the thought of spending the next several months listening to more on the Reed-Abramoff connection. But, I’m just not sold on Casey. Part of it, I’m sure, are the large number of friends I have who are supporting Reed. I’m really tempted. But this gives me pause. I want to read McCain’s report. I’ll be very honest with you all — I’m just not sold on Casey. If I don’t vote for Reed, it will have more to do with not voting for Reed than voting for Cagle, I think. Hey, cut me some slack. I’m being honest.
Here, though, is what I think is really telling. The most vocal critics of Ralph are people who use to work for him. But then some of my best friends and acquaintances have worked for Ralph and love him. This is going to be a race that I’m just going to have to decide on when I walk in the voting booth.
And that’s where I’m standing personally right now. No agenda here. I don’t plan on bashing Stephens because I’m voting for Handel. I don’t plan on shifting coverage, etc. of candidates based on who I support. Peach Pundit has never been and will never be about that — though I’ll be sure to get more partisan in the general 😉