In his GOP primary endorsements, Trump is indeed a gambler . . . and now, apparently, he feels burned by some of his choices.
Georgia voters should reward public servants, not spectacle and rage.
Not only is the overall early voter turnout in Georgia’s primaries higher than ever before, but the early vote among minorities is higher than ever before.
Incumbent Kemp Takes Comfortable Lead over Perdue Days ahead of Georgia Gubernatorial Election: Poll
Among GOP primary voters surveyed, 60 percent said they would back Kemp while 28 percent would back Perdue.
Record-high early-voting turnout clearly demonstrates that Georgia has made it easy to cast a ballot and hard to cheat.
A year ago, Biden called Georgia’s election reform law ‘Jim Crow in the 21st Century.’ Yet Georgia’s early primary vote is up 155 percent from the 2020 cycle.
Georgia looks like a good opportunity for the former vice president to distinguish himself from Trump by helping a solid candidate unjustly targeted by Trump’s grievances.
Over 250,000 Georgians have cast early in-person or absentee ballots — 146,425 Republicans and 106,188 Democrats as of this writing.
‘We don’t want to discriminate against anybody, but that includes biological girls,’ GHSA executive director Robin Hines said.
That big Georgia GOP governor’s race primary showdown between Brian Kemp and David Perdue doesn’t look so dramatic anymore.