The AJC’s article has a nice little section on the two being “asked to say something nice about each other.
They succeeded, but just barely.
“He lives in Gwinnett County and was the former Christian Coalition executive director and ran the [Georgia Republican] party, and we appreciate his good service while he was there,” said Cagle — who capped the remark by declaring himself “disappointed” with other facets of Reed’s career.
Reed honored Cagle’s 12 years of service as a state senator from Hall County. “But I frankly think we need fresh blood, we need an outsider. Not someone who’s been part of the system,” Reed added.