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Greg Bluestein

Greg Bluestein is a political reporter who covers the governor's office and state politics for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He joined the newspaper in June 2012 after spending seven years with the Atlanta bureau of The Associated Press, where he covered a range of beats that included politics and legal affairs. He also contributes to the AJC's Political Insider blog. He's a graduate of the University of Georgia with degrees in journalism and political science and lives with his wife and two daughters in Dunwoody.

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Georgia 6th: Ethics complaint targets Handel fundraiser
 A Democratic activist filed an ethics complaint this week that claimed a staffer for U.S. Sen. David Perdue violated campaign law by using his staff time and official title at a fundraiser for Republican Karen Handel in coastal Georgia. The complaint sent to the Senate Ethics Committee highlights an invite for a May 15 Glynn County GOP social...

Posted: 9 hours ago

A Democratic activist filed an ethics complaint this week that claimed a staffer for U.S. Sen. David Perdue violated campaign law by using his staff time and official title at a fundraiser for Republican Karen Handel in coastal Georgia. The complaint sent to the Senate Ethics Committee highlights an invite for a May 15 Glynn County GOP social...
Georgia 2018: David Shafer aims to scare off GOP rivals
State Sen. David Shafer. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM State Sen. David Shafer is tallying up more endorsements in his bid for lieutenant governor to try to scare away any more competitors.

Posted: 14 hours ago

State Sen. David Shafer. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM State Sen. David Shafer is tallying up more endorsements in his bid for lieutenant governor to try to scare away any more competitors.
Why Stacey Evans is running for Georgia governor
 Democratic state Rep. Stacey Evans entered the race for Georgia governor on Thursday with a pledge to make technical colleges tuition-free and a vow to fight for struggling Georgians ignored by the powerful. The Smyrna attorney’s campaign sets up what will likely be a divisive Democratic primary for the state’s top job in 2018...

Posted: 19 hours ago

Democratic state Rep. Stacey Evans entered the race for Georgia governor on Thursday with a pledge to make technical colleges tuition-free and a vow to fight for struggling Georgians ignored by the powerful. The Smyrna attorney’s campaign sets up what will likely be a divisive Democratic primary for the state’s top job in 2018...
Georgia 2018: Stacey Evans launches a HOPE-themed campaign for governor
State Rep. Stacey Evans, D – Smyrna. Bob Andres, bandres@ajc.com Democratic state Rep. Stacey Evans entered the race for Georgia governor on Thursday with a pledge to make technical college tuition-free and a vow to fight for struggling Georgians ignored by the powerful.

Posted: 23 hours ago

State Rep. Stacey Evans, D – Smyrna. Bob Andres, bandres@ajc.com Democratic state Rep. Stacey Evans entered the race for Georgia governor on Thursday with a pledge to make technical college tuition-free and a vow to fight for struggling Georgians ignored by the powerful.
A guide to the 6th Congressional District race
 The nationally watched race to represent the 6th Congressional District, which stretches from east Cobb County across north Fulton County to north DeKalb County, will be decided June 20 in a runoff between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff. The seat opened when Tom Price vacated it to become President Donald Trump’s secretary...

Posted: a day ago

The nationally watched race to represent the 6th Congressional District, which stretches from east Cobb County across north Fulton County to north DeKalb County, will be decided June 20 in a runoff between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff. The seat opened when Tom Price vacated it to become President Donald Trump’s secretary...
Georgia 2018: Lynn Westmoreland is NOT running for governor
Former Georgia congressman Lynn Westmoreland. AP/Alex Brandon Former U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland said Wednesday he is not running for Georgia governor, a day after a campaign surfaced trying to draft him to enter the wide-open 2018 field.

Posted: a day ago

Former Georgia congressman Lynn Westmoreland. AP/Alex Brandon Former U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland said Wednesday he is not running for Georgia governor, a day after a campaign surfaced trying to draft him to enter the wide-open 2018 field.
Georgia 6th: Handel ad claims Ossoff ‘caught lying’ in attacks
Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel. AJC file Republican Karen Handel’s latest ad in Georgia’s 6th District race claims Democrat Jon Ossoff “intentionally misled” voters about his experience and that he was “caught lying” about his GOP opponent.

Posted: a day ago

Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel. AJC file Republican Karen Handel’s latest ad in Georgia’s 6th District race claims Democrat Jon Ossoff “intentionally misled” voters about his experience and that he was “caught lying” about his GOP opponent.