Subscribe to Georgia Tipsheet's agenda-setting morning news digest, the Morning Tipsheet.

From Tampa: Tipsheet interviews Alex Schriver, head of the College Republican National Committee

From Tampa: Tipsheet interviews Alex Schriver, head of the College Republican National Committee

In February of this year, the title of a Daily Caller piece speculated on whether or not Alex Schriver is “the man who will win back the youth vote for the GOP.” The head of the College Republican National Committee, Schriver leads a national organization comprised of some 250,000 members across somewhere north of 1,800 college campuses.

His journey has led him from the halls of Auburn University to the CRNC’s newly-minted K Street office, and his organization intends to leave its mark on the 2012 election cycle. Tipsheet had a chance to catch up with Schriver and ask several questions regarding convention, Congressman Paul Ryan’s speech and the impact of the youth vote in 2012: Read More

Barrow lends Obama a lukewarm endorsement

Though embattled Blue Dog John Barrow will not be attending his party’s confab in Charlotte next week, that is not a sign that he does not intend …
Read More

Convention airing

Tipsheet editor James Richardson skipped south this week to Tampa, Florida, the site of the Republican nominating convention, and is writing daily dispatches for Creative Loafing.

An excerpt of today’s …
Read More

Tribunal recommends termination for Atl. teacher who allegedly called students ‘dumb as hell’

Following accusations of aiding student’s in cheating, an Atlanta tribunal have recommended termination for a 5th grade teacher.

According to the AJC, former Dobbs Elementary School educator Shayla Smith was …
Read More

For Ga., Deal rejects Medicaid expansion

TAMPA – Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vowed Tuesday he would not enroll his state in a controversial Medicaid expansion program, the first comments in which the Republican swore off a …
Read More

Deal’s ‘fragile’ nudge to Richardson

TAMPA – Governor Nathan Deal said Tuesday he was concerned about the emotional and physical well-being of the state’s former Republican House speaker who announced this week he would return …
Read More

Dissent in Ga. GOP delegation

TAMPA – Despite the efforts of Georgia Republican party chief Sue Everhart’s to unanimously pledge the state’s 76-member nominating slate to Mitt Romney, a state party spokesman told Tipsheet Tuesday …
Read More