Republican nominee for Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (left) welcomes Donald Trump Jr on stage during a campaign event Tuesday in Athens, Georgia. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Republican nominee for Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (left) welcomes Donald Trump Jr on stage during a campaign event Tuesday in Athens, Georgia. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Comment: GOP may be about to steal an election in Georgia

Kemp is overseeing his own election for governor, and canceled 53,000 mostly African American votes.

  • Thursday, October 11, 2018 10:54am
  • Opinion
You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Opinion

Editorial cartoons for Thursday, Feb. 21

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Editorial: Splitting state takes liberties with representation

Frustrated by state politics, two state lawmakers are back with their bid to split the state in two.

Thiessen: GOP asked to choose between Trump, Constitution

And the Constitution must win, or else all future presidents will enjoy a dangerous precedent.

Harrop: Bernie’s ideas won’t make up for tactics in 2016 race

Sanders’ political games and blind-eye toward the ‘Bernie bros’ misogyny disqualifies him for 2020.

Dionne: A lesson for American left, courtesy of Britain’s left

The Democrats don’t have a Jeremy Corbyn, but an intra-party split threatens their shot to lead.

Non Sequitur is an intelligent comic; bring it back

I am writing to express my dismay at your terminating the comic… Continue reading

Dropping comic is just political correctness for the right

Regarding the notice in the Sunday Herald that the cartoon, “Non Sequitur”… Continue reading

Canceling ‘Non Sequitur’ was an overreaction

What “Non Sequitur” cartoonist Wiley did was silly and immature. But you… Continue reading

Most Read