In October, the Newnan newspaper dutifully reported Eric Johnson’s talk to the local Rotary Club.
That’s about as much notice the Savannah candidate for governor has received since he resigned from the state Senate on Sept. 15.
Johnson, the former Senate president pro tem, is running a distant fourth among seven GOP candidates in recent polls.
But he says his below-the-radar posture suits him just fine — and well it should, some Peach State political pundits say.
I still say he winds up going into the runoff. I think he’s playing his cards right for now.