georgia government transparency and campaign finance commission

0
125
bundestag, german flag, parliament @ Pixabay

I’ve been a critic of a lot of things, including the state of georgia’s campaign finance transparency, but I’m not going to give up on this one. The Georgia government transparency commission is currently investigating campaign contributions from state officials and lobbyists. The commission’s investigation will be conducted in a manner that is transparent and allows for accountability.

The state of Georgia is being investigated by the government transparency commission. The campaign finance commission is investigating officials and lobbyists who gave money to a legislator who voted for the governor’s controversial health care overhaul bill. In the process, the commission is also looking into whether or not there were violations of the state’s election laws.

That’s right. The Georgia government transparency commission is looking into campaign contributions from public officials. As it turns out, the commissioners are investigating the state governor’s office for allegedly funneling money to a legislator who voted on the governor’s controversial health care overhaul bill.

I guess you could argue that the commissioner is being investigated for violating the Georgia election laws. As it turns out, the commissioners are looking into the money that the governor’s office allegedly received from the legislature for this particular vote. Personally, I’m just glad that the governor’s office and legislature have finally been broken up.

As it turns out, the governor of Georgia sent a letter to the state government’s transparency and campaign finance commission (aka the “georgia government”) asking questions about exactly what the commision is investigating. Because the commision is supposed to be an independent agency, the governor’s questions are meant to raise questions about the commision’s independence.

The commision is a government agency that investigates corruption. According to the letter, the commision is looking into “the use of public funds (in the form of private donations and grants) for political parties and political campaigns.” They say that they are “the only such entity in the nation that is investigating such activities.” The governor of Georgia has requested that the commision “consider this matter in its investigation,” so that they can report back to the legislature.

The commision is not exactly known for its transparency, but they have been much more open about the ways in which they are not so transparent, especially on funding. They have been very vocal about the fact that the way they are spending public funds is not ethical. The commissioner of the commision is Georgia’s former state senator Larry Pressler. He is the first Democrat to run for office in Georgia since Reconstruction, but he seems to be running to the left of the Democratic Party.

The commision has been actively involved in the Georgia gubernatorial election and has been very vocal about how their elections are not being fair. A lot of the commision has been active in trying to get Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the governor for ethics violations. There is also an ongoing investigation into a possible voter fraud in the gubernatorial race. As a result of this investigation, the commision is now asking for a special election.

The commision’s statement claims that the allegations against the governor have been substantiated, but it doesn’t go into any further detail. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the Georgia Secretary of State’s office says that “Georgia’s elections department is investigating allegations of possible voter fraud involving the governor and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle.

I am the type of person who will organize my entire home (including closets) based on what I need for vacation. Making sure that all vital supplies are in one place, even if it means putting them into a carry-on and checking out early from work so as not to miss any flights!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here