House Speaker David Ralston qualifies for reelection


Representative David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) filed his paperwork this morning to officially qualify for re-election to serve as the Representative for Georgia’s 7th House District.

In tandem with his qualification, Ralston launched a new website for his constituents at This new website allows voters to learn more about Ralston’s background and key priorities as well as request help from Speaker Ralston on any issue they may have. Continue reading

Republican Loretta Lepore Qualifies for State House Race

Successful Small Business Owner to Appear on Ballot for House District 54

ATLANTA, Ga. – March 3, 2014 – The Committee to Elect Loretta Lepore is pleased to announce that entrepreneur Loretta Lepore this morning officially entered the race for the Georgia House of Representatives by filing the requisite paperwork at the State Capitol. Lepore will appear on the May 20, 2014 Republican primary ballot for voters in House District 54, which represents portions of Buckhead and Brookhaven.

“I am both humbled and honored by the groundswell of support my campaign has attracted since I announced my intention to seek office,” Lepore said. “I look forward to continuing to speak with voters in the coming months and hearing more about their concerns for our community.” Continue reading

David Pennington to Qualify as Governor Candidate Tuesday, March 4, 2014

DALTON, GA – After months of building support for his campaign including earning the endorsement of one of the state’s most well-known and influential conservative organizations – the Georgia Republican Assembly, Dalton Mayor David Pennington will officially qualify as a Republican candidate for Governor tomorrow.

After his qualifying, Mayor Pennington will have media availability to discuss, among other issues, Nathan Deal’s ducking of debates.

WHEN: Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 4, 2014; 11:30 AM

WHERE: Georgia State Capitol, 206 Washington St SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30334

WHAT: Official Qualifying as Governor Candidate by David Pennington

Esther Weathers announces campaign for Johns Creek City Council

Republican Esther Weathers, a fundraising consultant and political activist, announces campaign for Johns Creek City Council. Weathers will seek the Post 6 seat vacated by Council member Bev Miller who resigned in 2013 to run for Mayor.

JOHNS CREEK, GA (March 3, 2014) – Republican Esther Weathers is jumping in the race as a candidate for Johns Creek City Council. She is running on a platform of transparent government and good stewardship of the city’s finances. She understands that each dollar spent by the City of Johns Creek comes from local taxpayers and should be managed conservatively. For this reason, she is opposed to any increase in taxes and commits to the citizens of Johns Creek to never vote for a tax increase. Continue reading