Columns by D.A. King published in the Dalton Citizen

  • Still time for state Senate to end unrecorded votes, by D.A. King, Dalton Daily Citizen, January 19, 2017

    "To be clear, the default manner of voting on floor amendments is a raise-your-hand vote that is not recorded anywhere. Neither is a non-vote."

  • No secret votes at state Capitol, by D.A. KIng, Dalton Daily Citizen, January 9, 2017

    High up on the front wall of the senate chamber is a large brightly lit machine that displays each senator’s vote and electronically records it in the permanent senate record. It’s called the “Yeas and Nays” voting method.

  • Conservatives lose again under Gold Dome, by D.A. King, Dalton Daily Citizen, May 2, 2016

    Both bills had the votes top pass the House

  • No more unrecorded votes, by D.A. King, Marietta Daily Journal, November 6, 2015

    As this newspaper noted, only four co-sponsors supported McKoon’s motion for a machine-counted, permanently recorded vote. On the unrecorded vote, one co-sponsor of SB 6 actually voted against the floor amendment while I watched from the gallery.

  • Media doesn’t reflect reality of immigration numbers - Guest column, by D.A. King, Dalton Citizen, July 20, 2011
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