If Bob Gray Gets the Nod, I Hope He Becomes More Consistent

I have not taken a position on Georgia’s sixth congressional district. Instead, with 13 candidates running, I invited them all on my radio program in Atlanta to answer three basic questions: who are you; what is the issue you care about most; and, why should voters choose you over the others?

The reality is that in polling, based on name identification, there are three Republicans who have a real shot. Karen Handel, the former Secretary of State, is the front runner. Bob Gray, a Johns Creek city councilman, would be second. And rapidly moving up is Judson Hill, a former state senator. They are all three good candidates. But I am a bit disappointed that Bob Gray is revealing himself to be more wishy-washy than he appears and hope he will find some consistency.

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