1. Archibald Bulloch says:

    I couldn’t cast a vote until I clicked on the “Comments” link. It just showed the results on the main page for me. Not sure if it’s because I use a Mac or something else.

    Hope that helps…

  2. drjay says:

    these are the kind of numbers that apparently –according to the ajc, have isakson thinking about coming home to run for guv…i wonder if sonny would put succeeding isakson in dc on his sonnydo list?

  3. Bull Moose says:

    Erick, where’d you find this polling solution? Will it be available to the rest of us to use?
    I suggest putting up another poll

    1. Georgia Governor 2010 – GOP Primary – Richardson, Cagle, Isakson, Kingston, Oxendine
    2. Georgia Senate 2010 (if Isakson runs for Governor) – Kingston, Oxendine, Linder, Price, Handel

  4. Bull Moose says:

    And a real fun one – Georgia Lt. Governor 2010 – David Shafer, Chip Rogers, Chip Pearson, Tommie Williams, John Oxendine

  5. Icarus says:


    After reading yesterday’s AJC Political Insider, I don’t think you can count Westmoreland out of the first two polls.

    Since this is billed as “today’s poll”, I’m assuming this can provide a week or two’s worth of entertainment. Might want to run the first Gov’s poll with Isakson, and a second one as if Isakson decides to stay put.

  6. CobbGOPer says:

    Yeah, you definitely should add Westmoreland to any poll on potential GOP primary support (for Guv). Barring Isakson getting in the race, he’d be a big contender to deal with. I could see him giving Richardson and Cagle fits.

  7. Painterman says:

    I don’t think you would see the Speaker run against his friend Lynn, but with politcs of course it’s possible. Personally, I really see the Speaker staying put for a while.

    I wouldn’t vote for Casey for Dog catcher the way he wimped out on the tax rebate and all the phony cut the Pork posturing he was doing while trying to cut off his own slab of ribs.

    If Johnny runs for Gov. the entire landscape changes. Who runs for US Senate, and who runs to take their place, and on and on. This is why politics is so fun!

  8. ugavi says:

    Do you think all those folks would stay in the Gov’s race if Isakson got in?

    I think Isakson has the ability to clear the decks in the Gov’s race. What would be very interesting is the US Senate race in that scenario. Would Cagle and Richardson run for Senate?

    Reed scared Oxendine out of the Lt. Gov’s race, why would Oxendine jump into another office?

  9. CobbGOPer says:

    Ox is the Tommy Irvin of the state GOP. He’ll be insurance commissioner until he’s 80…

  10. drjay says:

    unless he has adjusted his life goals i believe ox still recons himself something more–if cagle runs for guv i imagine ox would go for that open seat–or maybe the senate seat if isakson vacates it–i seem to recall his name mentioned as a possible candidate in the special to succeed sen coverdell-when he passed away-i think??

  11. joe says:


    I really like this poll engine. No pop-up, no waiting for results, hover changes raw numbers to percents. Very nice.

  12. Bull Moose says:

    Erick, I like it too, can’t seem to be able to post my own poll with the program… HELP!

  13. Icarus says:

    Here Bull, I’ll help:

    If the GA Republican primary were held today, for whom would you vote:

    A. John McCain, the one true conservative who can win in November.

    B. John McCain, because it’s a marathon, not a sprint.

    C. John McCain, because you shouldn’t buy in to all that “The other guys have fundraising ability and can actually pay their staff” hype.

    D. John McCain, because he knows 113 different ways to kill you if you don’t.

  14. joe says:

    But there was no place for me to vote. I wanted to pick:

    E. Ron Paul, because he shows up on every thread.

  15. Icarus says:

    Ron Paul might be tomorrow’s entry, but only if I have time to follow up on 200 posts from Konop and IndyInjun telling everyone else that we’re all wrong, Tom Price and Saxby are evil, and only by listening to them will the trains again run on time, peace will be achieved in the Middle East, Bill Simon will lose 20 pounds, and 17 GA Tech undergrad males will lose thier virginity before graduation (a new record).

  16. Bull Moose says:

    I was going to do a 2010 Gubernatorial primary poll Icarus, but points for making me laugh as usual!

  17. Icarus says:

    I think McCain really knows 117 ways to kill someone, but he’s keeping 4 secret just to keep us on our toes.

  18. drjay says:

    hey speaking of ox–he’s on greta right now talking about chris benoit’s doctor and some insurance fraud allegations–keep raising that profile ox…

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