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"I will respect your judgment," Deal said, then exited the stage.
"If we use the same playbook as we did in 2008, Obama will blow us out of the water," she said.
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In a hard fought race that boiled down to the candidacies of two Cobb women, incumbent Chair Sue Everhart beat challenger Tricia Pridemore on the second ballot by a vote of 946 755.
"I'm grateful that Tricia Pridemore has stepped up," said Deal who was then met with a sustained chorus of boos and a smattering of cheers.
After trying to speak over the noise, he quickly gave up.
Many party members said afterward that they prized their party's independence and want to retain it, not, in effect, turn the party into an extension of the governor's office. Deal is supporting former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for president, but without direct control over the state party apparatus, the governor's endorsement isn't worth what it might be otherwise. And if he can't deliver a party chairman of his preference, it stands to reason he might not be able to deliver at the ballot box, either.
Pridemore ran an energetic and polished campaign, arguing that the party needed to increase and modernize its reliance on technology to reach out to younger voters.
The board is said to have been disappointed with the initial slate of candidates for the job provided to it by the Georgia School Board Association, and Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire Gold is said to be dialing away to find some "new names."
It was a stunning development for Deal, who only moments before had been given a standing ovation for signing a controversial immigration reform bill.
"They're reworking Glenn Brock's Rolodex," said a source, referring to former Cobb school board attorney Brock, who first recommended Redden to the Cobb board and also recommended longtime Cherokee Superintendent Dr. Frank Petruzielo to that county's board.
As for the winner, Everhart reminded the party that despite the party's strong showing at the polls last year, this is no time for it to sit on its laurels.
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Everhart, a retired longtime Marietta bank executive, lists "Patton" as her favorite movie on her Facebook page. But her style at least publicly has been anything but Pattonesque. She's not given to loud profanity, bullying or theatrics. If anything, she's more like Eisenhower, the low key "organizer of victory."
DELEGATES to Saturday's Georgia Republican Party Convention in Macon seem to take to their hearts the old saying that "Nothing succeeds like success" when it came to electing a new party chairman.
One of the questions now is whether the governor and Everhart will "kiss and make up," or whether he might support the creation of a splinter group through which donations to candidates would be funneled, at the expense of the party.
Both Gingrich and fellow GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain spoke in Macon, with Cain repeatedly drawing standing ovations from the 4,000 delegates.
Several other school board watchers, however, wonder why a school system as big as Cobb's, and as strong as Cobb's is in many respects, apparently can't produce a hands down favorite home grown candidate.
"We've come a long way, baby," Everhart said. Sen. Johnny Isakson (who has long ties to his fellow east Cobber), and adding to Republican majorities in the state's congressional delegation and the General Assembly. The delegation had to hold an emergency caucus to decide how to fill the seats of several members who were unexpected no shows at the convention.
But if Everhart had paraphrased the standard political question "Are you better off today than you were four years ago?" to GOP delegates Saturday night, most of them would have answered "Yes." The Georgia party has thrived under Everhart's leadership. And that made it very difficult for a majority of them to choose to toss out Everhart.
And her victory on Saturday came in defiance of the man who was at the top of her party's ballot back in November, current Gov. Nathan Deal. The governor had made plain that he preferred Pridemore, who had worked hard on his campaign for governor, as party chair. Reps. Lynn Westmoreland and Paul Broun, former gubernatorial candidate Eric Johnson of Savannah, former GOP National Committeewoman Carolyn Meadows of east Cobb and immediate past Cobb GOP Chair Scott Johnson.
those events is likely to happen.
This will be the third term for east Cobb's Everhart, who was at the party's helm last year when her party won every constitutional office on the November ballot.
to hire from without, the source said. That would mark a clear break from the policies of incumbent Fred Sanderson (and his predecessor, Joe Redden), although three well regarded Cobb school district veterans interim Deputy Superintendent Alice Stouder and assistant area superintendents Dale Gaddis and Dr. Cheryl Hungerford are angling for the position.
As noted above, Deal's preference for Pridemore was hard to miss. Sponsorship of one's candidacy by such a powerful mentor is often the key to electoral victory. But this time around, it created a strong backlash that ultimately helped sink Pridemore's candidacy. Not even a Deal plea from the podium could sway the hall.
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