Here’s a mailpiece hitting homes in 9th state Senate district. It’s an “on the issues” piece related mostly to ethics and transparency, areas where state Sen. Don Balfour (R-Snellville) is vulnerable.
The group behind the mailpiece is something called the “2014 Integrity Project,” which may or may not be related to the group founded by Debbie Dooley. (Click to enlarge.)
The mailpiece comes as Balfour begins to make a “political comeback” with Senate leaders and lobbyists, receiving “more than $60,000 in contributions of $1,000 or more since April 1” from donors including Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, Georgia Power, Home Depot, and many more.