Welcome to the Columbia County Conservative Politisite

Columbia County Politics has always been exciting.  Nearly twenty years ago our county was completely controlled by the Democratic party.  Today, Columbia County is one of the most Conservative Counties in Georgia!!   Join us in keeping our County, District, State, and Nation a Conservative  Stronghold for the future of America!!  Our Representative Standard Bearers, United States Congressman Charlie Norwood, Georgia Senator Joey Brush, Representative Ben Harbin, and Bill Jackson, welcome you to the political medium of the Future, The  Politisite (TM).

   Our most famous politician was George Walker Crawford 1798-1872  born in Columbia County, Ga., December 22, 1798; was graduated from Princeton College in 1820; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1822 and commenced practice in Augusta, Ga.; attorney general of the State 1827-1831; member of the State house of representatives 1837-1842; elected as a Whig to the Twenty-seventh Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Richard W. Habersham and served from January 7, 1843, to March 3, 1843; Governor of Georgia 1843-1847; appointed Secretary of War in the Cabinet of President Taylor and served from March 8, 1849, to July 23, 1850; presided over the State secession convention in 1861; died on his estate, “Bel Air,” near Augusta, Ga., July 27, 1872;

Other Politicians who lived in Columbia County

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Appling: H. R. Casey
Harlem: Glenn Phillips
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Georgia Election Results
November 5, 2002 General Election

Last Updated 11/5/2002 11:31:10 PM

 

United States Senator

81% of precincts reporting
Max Cleland (D) 695,366 45.6%
Saxby Chambliss (R) 808,706 53.0%
Claude "Sandy" Thomas (Lib) 20,743 1.4%
 

Governor

81% of precincts reporting
Roy E. Barnes (D) 695,793 45.7%
Sonny Perdue (R) 789,338 51.9%
Garrett Michael Hayes (Lib) 36,209 2.4%
 

Lieutenant Governor

81% of precincts reporting
Mark Taylor (D) 781,692 51.9%
Steve Stancil (R) 685,632 45.5%
Herbert F. "Herbie" Galloway, III (Lib) 39,123 2.6%
 

Secretary Of State

81% of precincts reporting
Cathy Cox (D) 919,350 61.1%
Charlie Bailey (R) 538,419 35.8%
Mike Pitts (Lib) 47,086 3.1%
 

Attorney General

81% of precincts reporting
Thurbert Baker (D) 819,062 55.4%
Shannon Goessling (R) 658,149 44.6%
 

Commissioner of Agriculture

81% of precincts reporting
Tommy Irvin (D) 852,909 57.3%
Deanna Strickland (R) 584,732 39.3%
Doug Morton (Lib) 51,866 3.5%
 

Commissioner of Insurance

81% of precincts reporting
Lois Cohen (D) 491,248 33.0%
John W. Oxendine (R) 958,394 64.4%
Helmut Forren (Lib) 39,163 2.6%
 

State School Superintendent

81% of precincts reporting
Barbara Christmas (D) 643,726 42.8%
Kathy Cox (R) 816,520 54.3%
Lynn Krogseng (Lib) 42,552 2.8%
 

Commissioner of Labor

81% of precincts reporting
Michael "Mike" Thurmond (D) 754,635 51.1%
Richard McGee (R) 673,390 45.6%
William Costa (Lib) 49,986 3.4%
 

Public Service Commission – District 1

81% of precincts reporting
Earleen W. Sizemore (D) 685,616 47.6%
H. Doug Everett (R) 754,732 52.4%
 

Public Service Commission – District 4

81% of precincts reporting
Lauren "Bubba" McDonald, Jr. (D) 682,104 47.0%
Angela Elizabeth Speir (R) 690,489 47.6%
James W. "Jimmy" Harris (Lib) 79,199 5.5%
 

United States Representative – 1st District

92% of precincts reporting
Don Smart (D) 34,090 28.5%
Jack Kingston (R) 85,438 71.5%
 

United States Representative – 2nd District

85% of precincts reporting
Sanford Bishop (D) 75,622 100.0%
 

United States Representative – 3rd District

88% of precincts reporting
Jim Marshall (D) 66,036 50.8%
Calder Clay, III (R) 63,927 49.2%
 

United States Representative – 4th District

79% of precincts reporting
Denise Majette (D) 68,722 77.3%
Cynthia Van Auken (R) 20,154 22.7%
 

United States Representative – 5th District

77% of precincts reporting
John Lewis (D) 79,380 100.0%
 

United States Representative – 6th District

78% of precincts reporting
Jeff Weisberger (D) 30,544 20.6%
Johnny Isakson (R) 117,572 79.4%
 

United States Representative – 7th District

80% of precincts reporting
Michael R. Berlon (D) 29,726 22.0%
John Linder (R) 105,309 78.0%
 

United States Representative – 8th District

81% of precincts reporting
Angelos Petrakopoulos (D) 28,966 21.9%
Mac Collins (R) 103,282 78.1%
 

United States Representative – 9th District

65% of precincts reporting
Barry Gordon Irwin (D) 28,519 28.2%
Charlie Norwood (R) 72,652 71.8%
 

United States Representative – 10th District

90% of precincts reporting
Nathan Deal (R) 112,030 100.0%
 

United States Representative – 11th District

77% of precincts reporting
Roger Kahn (D) 46,020 50.6%
Phil Gingrey (R) 44,952 49.4%
 

United States Representative – 12th District

85% of precincts reporting
Charles "Champ" Walker (D) 49,649 43.8%
Max Burns (R) 63,641 56.2%
 

United States Representative – 13th District

79% of precincts reporting
David Scott (D) 59,906 59.2%
Clay Cox (R) 41,238 40.8%
 

State Senator – District 23

54% of precincts reporting
Don Cheeks (D) 20,321 100.0%
 

State Senator – District 24

57% of precincts reporting
Anna Hargis (D) 3,885 32.0%
B. Joseph "Joey" Brush, Jr. (R) 8,271 68.0%
State Representative – District 80
Ben Harbin

(R)

100%

 

  GEORGIA WINS BIG!!!!!!

 

  BYE BYE BARNES!!

State Representative – District 96
63% of precincts reporting

David Bell (D) 3,171 44.0%
Sue Burmeister (R) 4,035 56.0%

About Albert N. Milliron 6987 Articles

Albert Milliron is the founder of Politisite. Milliron has been credentialed by most major news networks for Presidential debates and major Political Parties for political event coverage. Albert maintains relationships with the White House and State Department to provide direct reporting from the Administration’s Press team. Albert is the former Public Relations Chairman of the Columbia County Republican Party in Georgia. He is a former Delegate.

Milliron is a veteran of the US Army Medical Department and worked for Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Psychiatry.

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