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Election night tough for Republican political consultant



Tuesday night’s primary election was tough for Jim Cox, a long-time political consultant in Columbia County.

One of his clients, incumbent Columbia County Commissioner Dewey Galeas, lost to a political neophyte, Alison Couch, in the District 4 race.

Another client, Wayne Guilfoyle, who moved ...

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  1. I wouldn’t want to be a political consultant to anyone right now. So I predict there will be a lot of upsets come November and it’s very scary that Georgia is slowly turning blue. I hate to say that. Sad but true.

  2. In statewide elections in Georgia , approximately three (3) percent of the voters prioritize to a significant degree resentment created by trigger point acts such as Roy Barnes changing the state flag and the current ongoing acts by some local governing authorities to remove Confederate Monuments. That three (3) percent tends to be conservative and cast Republican ballots in primary elections which results in a
    six (6) percent share of the Republican primary vote .
    Former U S Senator David Perdue voted in favor of removing all vestiges of the Confederacy from U S military bases , etc.
    President Donald Trump vetoed that legislation.
    Former U S Senator David Perdue then voted to override President Trump’s veto .
    The South remembered .

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