Round up of interesting GOP races

Broun trounced the slimeball Fleming 70-30. Ouch.
Stone easily beat both his opponents without a runoff. Personally, I’m glad we won’t have an accused wife-beater dragging us down on the ticket out there.

In the State Senate, property rights hero Jeff Chapman won 54-46%. I was worried about him one point last night when the spread was pretty close. John Douglas easily trounced Mike Crotts. Good riddence to bad rubbish. Hopefully Crotts will crawl back under the rock he slid out from. And Schafer’s on-again-off-again race has gone into a run-off.

In the state house, Chrisishardcore will be going against Jill Chambers. Steve Davis is leading his pipsqueak opposition by 128 votes. Porker-n-Chief and accused (because he uses his clout to push back the trial) drunk driver Ben Harbin won reelection by about 70% of the vote. I guess the folks in the 118th really like their pork. Or they figure better this dangerous man spend 40 days in Atlanta and away from their families.

Finally in Gwinnett, Bannister has been forced into a run-off with Green, and Lassiter is in a runoff, probabaly with Levell. Levell leads Hassell by 17 votes so that can still change.


  1. Truthteller says:

    The arrogant halfwits who ran Flemings campaign into the ground deserve unemployment.

    Jay Walker and has made a mess of yet another campaign. This was the most tone deaf advertising campaign since, well, Jim Whitehead.

  2. GOPeach says:

    Look …. Flemming was in way over his head with THE MOST AWESOME CONGRESSMAN Georgia has EVER had. He has GOD on his side. Face it.

  3. Taft Republican says:

    Actually, Fleming is just another good example of what the Georgia GOP has become, and why it will soon be in the minority if the establishment “leadership” isn’t removed and replaced. I wish MORE legislators like him would challenge sitting Congressmen, so that we could get rid of them.

  4. jsm says:

    Excellent quote seen on The Patriot Post:

    “You want to make every pundit look bad? Then stand tall for what you believe. Don’t be shy. You want to stun the establishment? Then become a mighty force for conservative principles, and tackle the task with confidence and cheer… This may be a time of testing. But it’s not our swan song. Not by a long shot. Instead… this is our moment. This is the time to do what we do best—turn adversity into strength.” —Tony Snow

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