Tag: Elections

Thoughts on the denial of Ruel Joyner’s candidacy for Savannah City Council

I’ve been inside Ruel Joyner’s apartment on the second floor of 24e. Earlier this year, I interviewed him in his capacity as Downtown Business Association president; we met downstairs in the store, took the elevator up to the second level,…

Should voters extend ESPLOST, the 1% sales tax for education infrastructure?

I’ve already posted my thoughts on two other issues that will be on the ballot this fall here in Chatham County: Should we abolish term limits for the Chatham County chairperson? Will Sunday sales pass in Savannah and other local…

Will Sunday sales pass in Savannah and other local municipalities?

I’ve already written a post about one choice that Chatham County voters will have at the polls this November: the removal of term limits on the chairperson of the Chatham County Commission. Today’s topic is Sunday package sales. Here’s what…

Should we abolish term limits for the Chatham County chairperson?

I’m not planning to make any sort of public endorsement of candidates, but I’m still going to have things to say on this blog about the upcoming election in Savannah and Chatham County. For residents of the city of Savannah,…

Savannah elections about two months away; mayor’s race unpredictable

I’m planning to chime in from time to time here about Savannah’s elections, now just over two months away. I do not plan to endorse particular candidates. That’s just not a role that metro columnists should play, I don’t think.…