A few items to note regarding Georgia’s role in the dynamic Congressional races:
1) Sarah Palin has added Ray McKinney to her list of Congressional endorsements, sending a possible signal that John Barrow’s seat may be within reach, and/or that additional resources from outside the district may give McKinney an additional push.
2) The New York Times (subscription required) indicates that the DNC is now moving money to races where they still have a chance, and away from those they now feel are out of reach. They mention Georgia as a state that will be receiving additional help, presumably to fortify the campaign coffers of Sanford Bishop and Jim Marshall.
3) Last week when listening to The Regular Guys on Rock 100.5 in Atlanta, they mentioned an internal poll that Liz Carter had reported to them on her race for the 4th CD. I’m going to assume they had the numbers wrong, because they said she had 53% of the vote, with 30% undecided. Or perhaps I heard it wrong. Regardless, Liz Carter continues to profess that she will win, and surprise “everyone at Peach Pundit” as she told a table of folks we had dinner with last week. I’ll admit, I would be surprised.
But I did promise Mrs. Carter that I would write about the fact that Hank Johnson will not debate her, and as such, I’m including her latest press release below the jump. Read more