Casey Cagle wants bipartisanship in the Senate. He even wants a Democrat to chair a committee.
On the night before his swearing-in as the first Republican lieutenant governor in Georgia history, Casey Cagle said Sunday he’d appoint at least one Democrat as chairman of a Senate committee as part of an effort to demonstrate a bipartisan leadership style.
At times giddy and at other times clearly exhausted, Cagle said he’d model his first term after a Democratic predecessor, Pierre Howard, who worked with Republicans as well as members of his own party.
I wonder if he’ll take Robert Brown’s minimum wage proposal seriously. I hope not.