As questions continues to bubble up around the Georgia primary election last month, gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor has developed a plan that is as foolproof as they come: individual affidavits signed by the people that voted for her.
During the Georgia gubernatorial debates, Brian Kemp and David Perdue bantered over their mutual failures to correct the 2020 election. Then, Kandiss Taylor instructed the public on why the Constitution does give Kemp the authority to call a special session.
Here is an analysis on Taylor’s background and why she has experience and authority in the areas in which she developed executive orders. In addition, I included a story about why I am excited about one particular executive order.
Georgia grassroots gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor is psyched by the momentum that her movement is gaining. She will be making more stops this Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5, in her campaign bus tour throughout all 159 counties in Georgia.
Kandiss Taylor just received an endorsement from former Trump adviser Roger Stone. This, just after she turns down a bribe to get her to drop out of the gubernatorial race.