Columns by D.A. King published in the Times-Courier (Ellijay, Ga.)

  • Senate voting confusing, by D.A. King, Pickens County Times Courier, January 4, 2017

    State senate rules used for decades allow unrecorded votes on very significant amendments to legislation offered on the senate floor long after public input and any scrutiny in the committee has been completed.

  • Language voter assistance latest move by Georgia’s Secretary of State, by D.A. King, Times Courier - Ellijay/Gilmer County, Ga., October 19, 2016

    Corporate-funded GALEO is widely recognized as Georgia’s most visibly tribalist and extreme advocacy group against official English and enforcement of American immigration laws. They are threatening a federal lawsuit demanding foreign language voter ballots in Georgia. How notorious are they? A former board member, Dax Lopez, was appointed to a federal judgeship here in Georgia last year, but lost his bid for Senate confirmation when Georgia’s U.S. Senator David Perdue bravely objected to his affiliation with the radical GALEO. Thank you, Senator Perdue.

    Secretary Kemp was one of several Republicans who attended an annual “Power Breakfast” GALEO fundraiser gala in May, 2015.

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