We’ve got a lot of politics already heating up with two gubernatorial races in less than a year—Virginia and New Jersey. Plus we could have federal elections to fill vacancies left by Biden cabinet appointees. But all of that seems like a distant future compared to what is happening ahead of January 5th.
…Two senate seats, both alike in dignity, In fair Georgia, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where negative partisanship makes negative campaigning unclean….
And it is Shakespearean indeed—at least in the drama surrounding whatever it is the Republican Party is doing to itself by both claiming the November election was entirely rigged and also telling people to go vote again in a few weeks.
And so who better to turn to this week than Doug Heye, former communications director for the Republican National Committee. Doug is one of those people you can turn to for professional advice, sure, but he is also someone you can meet up with for a beer just because you need to know someone is in your corner when the chips are down. You can also catch him on CNN just about any day of the week where he will no doubt be spouting some political wisdom about these Georgia races.