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2010 Georgia Candidate Series

Jason Pye

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2010 Georgia Candidate Series

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Jason Pye, a contributor at Peach Pundit, interviews candidates for statewide and congressional office in Georgia.

Latest Episodes

Peach Pundit BBQ Tour Podcast With Congressman John Barrow

Yesterday the Peach Pundit BBQ Tour stopped in Augusta at Sconyers BBQ. 12th District Congressman John Barrow sat down with us for a podcast and talked about bi-partisanship, the “Problems Solvers” group in the Congress, and how to get things done as a member of the Minority Party. In May, 7th District Congressman Rob Woodall …

-1 s2013 JUL 29
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Peach Pundit BBQ Tour Podcast With Congressman John Barrow

Congressman Westmoreland At The Peach Pundit BBQ Tour

Congressman Lynn Westmoreland joined Peach Pundit tonight at Sprayberry’s BBQ in Newnan for a podcast. We’re grateful for the Congressman’s time. We talked about interest group ratings, the 2014 elections, the loss of Congressional seniority in Georgia, making tough choices when voting on Legislation, and what the Congressman has learned over the years. Listen closely …

-1 s2013 JUN 25
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Congressman Westmoreland At The Peach Pundit BBQ Tour

Podcast: Broun discusses economy, ObamaCare and more

On Wednesday evening, I chatted with Rep. Paul Broun about some of the issues being discussed in Congress. Among the topics we covered are the Summer of Wreckovery, spending and the debt limit, Libya and foreign policy and the contenders for the Republican nomination for president. We also discussed a petition being pushed by the …

-1 s2011 JUN 18
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Podcast: Broun discusses economy, ObamaCare and more

Short podcast with Herman Cain

Herman Cain visited the Bloggers’ Lounge here at CPAC yesterday for a few moments. He gave us a quick introduction and took a few questions, including a couple from me on his support of the TARP bailout (he gave a woefully inadequate answer). After making the rounds, Cain came by for a quick chat with …

-1 s2011 FEB 11
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Short podcast with Herman Cain

Podcast: Kicking off the 112th Congress with Rep. Paul Broun

With the 112th Congress now underway, many of us are still wondering what to expect from the Republican-controlled House. We know that they are planning to hold a largely symbolic vote next Wednesday to repeal ObamaCare, but there are some signs that they may be wavering on commitments laid out in the Pledge to America …

-1 s2011 JAN 6
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Podcast: Kicking off the 112th Congress with Rep. Paul Broun

Podcast with Rupert Parchment, candidate in GA-13

On Tuesday evening, I spoke with Rupert Parchment, candidate in the July 20th Republican primary in the 13th Congressional District. Among issues we discussed are electoral prospects in jobs, foreign policy and defense spending, ObamaCare and what sets him apart from the other five Republicans running in the primary. You can download the podcast here …

-1 s2010 JUL 1
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Podcast with Rupert Parchment, candidate in GA-13

Podcast with Mike Crane, candidate in GA-13

In this latest podcast, I talk with Mike Crane, a candidate in the July 20th Republican primary in the 13th Congressional District. Among issues we discussed are electoral prospects in November, job growth, taxes and spending, and a proposal that would require Congress to cite constitutional authority for legislation. You can download the podcast here …

-1 s2010 JUN 30
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Podcast with Mike Crane, candidate in GA-13

Podcast with John Douglas, candidate for PSC

Continuing our series of podcasts, I recently spoke with John Douglas, who has served as a state senator since 2005 and is a candidate in the GOP primary for the Public Service Commission on July 20th. Among the topics we discussed are prepayment of capital expenditures (SB 31), ethics rules and what can be done …

-1 s2010 JUN 29
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Podcast with John Douglas, candidate for PSC

Podcast with Eric Johnson, candidate for Governor

On Friday evening, I spoke with Eric Johnson, who served as a state senator from 1993 until 2009, he also served as President Pro-Tem and is a candidate in the July 20th Republican primary for Governor. Among the topics of discussion were jobs, education and school choice, immigration, transportation and how he plans to be …

-1 s2010 JUN 28
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Podcast with Eric Johnson, candidate for Governor

Podcast with Cory Ruth, candidate in GA-4

In this latest podcast, I talk with Cory Ruth, a candidate in the July 20th Republican primary in the Fourth Congressional District. We discussed his electoral prospects in November, job growth, foreign policy, energy and health care, among other issues. You can download the podcast here (over 21 minutes/19.9MB, right click, “Save File As” to …

-1 s2010 JUN 25
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Podcast with Cory Ruth, candidate in GA-4

Latest Episodes

Peach Pundit BBQ Tour Podcast With Congressman John Barrow

Yesterday the Peach Pundit BBQ Tour stopped in Augusta at Sconyers BBQ. 12th District Congressman John Barrow sat down with us for a podcast and talked about bi-partisanship, the “Problems Solvers” group in the Congress, and how to get things done as a member of the Minority Party. In May, 7th District Congressman Rob Woodall …

-1 s2013 JUL 29
Comments
Peach Pundit BBQ Tour Podcast With Congressman John Barrow

Congressman Westmoreland At The Peach Pundit BBQ Tour

Congressman Lynn Westmoreland joined Peach Pundit tonight at Sprayberry’s BBQ in Newnan for a podcast. We’re grateful for the Congressman’s time. We talked about interest group ratings, the 2014 elections, the loss of Congressional seniority in Georgia, making tough choices when voting on Legislation, and what the Congressman has learned over the years. Listen closely …

-1 s2013 JUN 25
Comments
Congressman Westmoreland At The Peach Pundit BBQ Tour

Podcast: Broun discusses economy, ObamaCare and more

On Wednesday evening, I chatted with Rep. Paul Broun about some of the issues being discussed in Congress. Among the topics we covered are the Summer of Wreckovery, spending and the debt limit, Libya and foreign policy and the contenders for the Republican nomination for president. We also discussed a petition being pushed by the …

-1 s2011 JUN 18
Comments
Podcast: Broun discusses economy, ObamaCare and more

Short podcast with Herman Cain

Herman Cain visited the Bloggers’ Lounge here at CPAC yesterday for a few moments. He gave us a quick introduction and took a few questions, including a couple from me on his support of the TARP bailout (he gave a woefully inadequate answer). After making the rounds, Cain came by for a quick chat with …

-1 s2011 FEB 11
Comments
Short podcast with Herman Cain

Podcast: Kicking off the 112th Congress with Rep. Paul Broun

With the 112th Congress now underway, many of us are still wondering what to expect from the Republican-controlled House. We know that they are planning to hold a largely symbolic vote next Wednesday to repeal ObamaCare, but there are some signs that they may be wavering on commitments laid out in the Pledge to America …

-1 s2011 JAN 6
Comments
Podcast: Kicking off the 112th Congress with Rep. Paul Broun

Podcast with Rupert Parchment, candidate in GA-13

On Tuesday evening, I spoke with Rupert Parchment, candidate in the July 20th Republican primary in the 13th Congressional District. Among issues we discussed are electoral prospects in jobs, foreign policy and defense spending, ObamaCare and what sets him apart from the other five Republicans running in the primary. You can download the podcast here …

-1 s2010 JUL 1
Comments
Podcast with Rupert Parchment, candidate in GA-13

Podcast with Mike Crane, candidate in GA-13

In this latest podcast, I talk with Mike Crane, a candidate in the July 20th Republican primary in the 13th Congressional District. Among issues we discussed are electoral prospects in November, job growth, taxes and spending, and a proposal that would require Congress to cite constitutional authority for legislation. You can download the podcast here …

-1 s2010 JUN 30
Comments
Podcast with Mike Crane, candidate in GA-13

Podcast with John Douglas, candidate for PSC

Continuing our series of podcasts, I recently spoke with John Douglas, who has served as a state senator since 2005 and is a candidate in the GOP primary for the Public Service Commission on July 20th. Among the topics we discussed are prepayment of capital expenditures (SB 31), ethics rules and what can be done …

-1 s2010 JUN 29
Comments
Podcast with John Douglas, candidate for PSC

Podcast with Eric Johnson, candidate for Governor

On Friday evening, I spoke with Eric Johnson, who served as a state senator from 1993 until 2009, he also served as President Pro-Tem and is a candidate in the July 20th Republican primary for Governor. Among the topics of discussion were jobs, education and school choice, immigration, transportation and how he plans to be …

-1 s2010 JUN 28
Comments
Podcast with Eric Johnson, candidate for Governor

Podcast with Cory Ruth, candidate in GA-4

In this latest podcast, I talk with Cory Ruth, a candidate in the July 20th Republican primary in the Fourth Congressional District. We discussed his electoral prospects in November, job growth, foreign policy, energy and health care, among other issues. You can download the podcast here (over 21 minutes/19.9MB, right click, “Save File As” to …

-1 s2010 JUN 25
Comments
Podcast with Cory Ruth, candidate in GA-4
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