Former House Speaker Terry Coleman has requested a recount in his bid to be the Democrat’s nominee for Labor Commissioner. He’s entitled, but Ike Broflovski will still be class president, despite what a little over 1,000 of the absent kids did in Brooks County.
For those of you who do not remember Terry Coleman, he served as Speaker of the House for the State of Georgia and was a Member of the Georgia House of Representatives for over thirty years. He stepped down shortly afterwards and in 2007 he was appointed Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture.
Now Terry is running for Labor Commissioner, attempting to fill the void left by US Senate hopeful Thurmond. Now thankfully no one was hurt in this accident, but you have to admit you do not hear about voters running into campaign offices very often. I wonder if she was a tea partier?
Yvonne Wright Bivins, age 78, of Cochran, told Eastman Police Chief Becky Sheffield that she was pulling into the parking space in front of Terry Coleman’s office and could not get the car to stop.
Bivins car busted through the wall and window into the office area of Coleman’s building.
According to the police report, no one was in the office at the time of the accident. The accident happened on Wednesday, June 16 at approximately 9:38 a.m.
Yesterday we discussed the curious case of Democrat Ken Hodges, candidate for Attorney General (Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter), and the mystifying actions he allegedly took in his official capacity as the then-District Attorney of Dougherty County in a matter of whistle blowers and Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany.
As the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals considers Hodges’ arguments that he is immune from liability in this matter, that he did not abuse his power by issuing subpoenas for a non existent Grand Jury and indict whistle blower Charles Rehberg for a matter where there was absolutely no evidence, and after the latter took issue with the billing practices of the employer of Hodges’ wife (Phoebe Putney), it now appears that someone else at that point was also trying to examine Rehberg and Bagnato’s underlying point concerning the billing practices of non profit hospitals in Georgia.