He’ll be announcing for Congress at 10 a.m., being more respectful of the situation than Ralph Hudgens.
It’s going to be interesting to see this shape up as a GOP Bloodbath.
Once a candidate qualifies for another office, the Georgia Constitution requires he step down from his current office.
So, if Fleming jumps in too (and let’s not even get into Max Burns jumping in, which might now just happen since he’s decided not to run for the State GOP chairman’s position), we’ll have three open seats in the legislature.
Right now, Whitehead is the odds on favorite.