As I keep telling folks, in was just 2008 when President Obama got nearly 48% of the vote in Georgia, and that was after the Presidential candidate pulled up stakes and headed for the bluer pastures of North Carolina. Still, no matter how high the tide may rise, will we have the boats ready to carry us to victory? Will Southern progressives do what is necessary to build an infrastructure to support success for candidates once the tide shifts our way? From policy and message development to on-the-ground voter engagement, Democratic politics in Georgia is like a tent city, up for the election cycle, then gone like it never existed. If we want to see our 48 become 51, we need to invest now, invest differently, grow a broad
What are your thoughts about what needs to done now? What efforts around the region are showing good results?