Two debates between the Republican incumbent Earl L. “Buddy” Carter and Republican challenger Wade Herring reflected their campaign strategies.
Joyce Griggs nearly won May primary but couldn’t fend off Herring’s runoff challenge.
Republican Buddy Carter touts his post-election ambitions for a powerful Capitol Hill post, as Democratic challenger Wade Herring basks in “chillest dude in America” aura.
Herring discusses why this fall’s election breaks the mold of previous elections in coastal Georgia, why the First District’s incumbent congressman, Earl “Buddy” Carter is no “simple pharmacist from Pooler,” and why America’s history tells him that we can be better and do better.
Wade Herring, an attorney at Savannah’s HunterMaclean law firm, has announced his candidacy to run as a Democrat for the House of Representatives from Georgia’s First District.
Townsend, Hodges win spots on November ballot for state legislature; Huffman takes Recorder’s Court spot in Chatham.
The candidates in Georgia’s First Congressional District race have vastly different sources of campaign contributions.
Democratic primary voters will have to decide whether Joyce Griggs’ recent work will overcome her legal setbacks.
Georgia’s First Congressional District is majority white. Black voters could help Democrats win an upset — but it won’t be easy.