Online security reporter Brian Krebs published an article Wednesday about “a Web site that sells access to consumer credit reports for $15 per report,” perhaps illegally. His popular Krebs on Security site was then targeted by hackers and …
Congressman Tom Price (Photo by Todd Rehm of www.gapundit.com)
Sources close to Georgia Congressman Tom Price (R-Marrietta) say that he will delay making a formal announcement on whether or not he intends to take a show at replacing outgoing United States Senator Saxby Chambliss. The timeframe for a public announcement of the decision could be somewhere from 45 to 90 days from now the source tells Viral Read. Those intimately familiar with Congressman Price and the current weight of his decision to enter the Senate race say that Price is very inclined to run, but wants to take his time.
It is unclear whether or not Congressman Paul Broun’s announcement this afternoon will speed up Price’s public decision.
Former Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel and Congressman Paul Broun in a playful exchange following his impromptu announcement for US Senate
Tonight was a night of surprises for anyone who attended the Georgia C.H.A.R.G.E (Citizens Helping America Restore Government Ethics) meeting in Gwinnett county. Luckily, ViralRead was on the scene with a front row seat to all the fireworks. The surprise, however, didn’t come from the keynote speaker, former Secretary of State and 2010 gubernatorial candidate Karen Handel. Moments before the meeting was underway Congressman Paul Broun (R-Athens) shocked the crowd as he walked into the room with his wife, Niki Broun, and a top-level staffer.
It’s official. Saxby is out. Check out the official statement below. Apparently he would have won, he just didn’t feel like running again. Funny how that works.
WASHINGTON –Today, U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., released the following statement:
In a whirlwind of events, current Georgia Senator, Republican Saxby Chambliss is set to announce his intentions not to run for a third term creating a domino effect amongst current Republican legislators within the state. Chambliss, who was recently under fire for his involvement with the “Gang of Six” as well as his pushback against Grover Norquist’s all mighty tax pledge which he signed nearly 20 years ago, has certainly felt pressure amongst the grassroots and establishment in Georgia to step down from his post.
Congressman Paul Broun’s Almost Positive He’s Not Thinking About Running for U.S. Senate, He Thinks...
It’s no secret that Georgia U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, (#Taxby, as he is known in many circles), has giant crosshairs on his back looking ahead to the 2014 Republican primary. There have been silly rumors of an Erick Erickson, Karen Handel, Congressman Tom Price, and even Herman Cain jumping into this race to knock out Chambliss, a 10-year incumbent. However, only one has left the door open, even just a little.