We must put someone in office that is not part of the liberal political machine that has run this critical office for over 37 years. That won’t come from nominating a liberal lobbyist like Gary Black. We need Kemp’s fresh approach and vision to win in November and ensure we have a true Republican at the helm of one of Georgia’s most important positions. That’s why I’m endorsing Senator Brian Kemp.
Pretty hard-hitting; however, this came from the Athens Banner-Herald Wednesday, and provides further evidence that this endorsement may be less about Kemp and more about ABB — “anybody but Black.”
Greer said he was surprised that Kemp was beating him.
“He’s a good young man, but, you know, in this race, he really doesn’t have a clue,” Greer said.
Bottom line: can Greer and Strickland turn out enough of their supporters for Kemp to make up the deficit? And, what really matters: which candidate, if any, can unseat a 37-year incumbent?