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3TPGA-001 Eric Tanenblatt
3TPGA-002 Frank Barron
3TPGA-003 Brian Robinson
3TPGA-004 Tom Crawford
3TPGA-005 Buddy Darden
3TPGA-006 Fred Cooper
3TPGA-007 Rusty Paul
3TPGA-008 Trey Hood III
3TPGA-009 Bob Irvin
3TPGA-010 Arthur (Skin) Edge IV
3TPGA-011 Jim Galloway
3TPGA-012 Jane Kidd
3TPGA-013 Bob Barr
3TPGA-014 John Padgett
3TPGA-015 John Linder
3TPGA-016 Bob Bell
3TPGA-017 Robert Shaw
3TPGA-018 Eric Johnson
3TPGA-019 Billy Lovett
3TPGA-020 Jay Morgan
3TPGA-021 Alec Poitevint
3TPGA-022 John Stuckey
3TPGA-023 Roy Barnes
3TPGA-024 Guy Millner
3TPGA-025 Saxby Chambliss
3TPGA-026 Joyce Stevens
3TPGA-027 Steve Anthony
3TPGA-028 Bobby Kahn
3TPGA-029 Chuck Clay
3TPGA-030 Oscar Persons
3TPGA-031 Frank Strickland
3TPGA-032 Charles S. Bullock III
3TPGA-033 Charlie Harman
3TPGA-034 S. Jarvin Levison
3TPGA-035 Edward Lindsey
3TPGA-036 Larry Walker, Jr.
3TPGA-037 Mark Burkhalter
3TPGA-038 Ralph Reed, Jr.
3TPGA-039 Mack Mattingly
3TPGA-040 Bill Nigut
3TPGA-041 Chip Lake
3TPGA-042 Roy Barnes and Bob Irvin
3TPGA-043 J. Randy Evans
3TPGA-044 Gordon Giffin
3TPGA-045 Matt Towery
3TPGA-046 George Hooks
3TPGA-047 Tharon Johnson
3TPGA-048 Blake Aued
3TPGA-049 Lorie J. Smith
3TPGA-050 Al Scott
3TPGA-051 John Watson
2TPGA-052 Tom Price
3TPGA-053 DuBose Porter
3TPGA-054 Jerry Keen
1TPGA-055-01 Vincent Fort, Interview 1
3TPGA-056 David Worley
3TPGA-057 Bryan Long
3TPGA-058 Teresa Tomlinson
3TPGA-059 John Oxendine
3TPGA-060 Erick Erickson
3TPGA-061 Keith Mason
1TPGA-062 Stacey Evans
3TPGA-063 Molly Dye Franklin
3TPGA-064 James C. Cobb
3TPGA-065 Jack Kingston
3TPGA-066 Dorothy Padgett
21Reflections on 2018 Georgia Midterm Elections
3TPGA-067 Greg Bluestein
3TPGA-068 Blake Aued
3TPGA-069 Johnny Kauffman
3TPGA-070 Stephen Fowler
3TPGA-074 Max Blau
3TPGA-075 Jim Galloway
3TPGA-076 M.V. (Trey) Hood III
3TPGA-071 Robin Morris
3TPGA-072 Phil Kent
3TPGA-073 Nse Ufot
Two-Party Georgia Oral History ProjectTwo-Party Georgia Oral History Project

Two-Party Georgia Oral History Project

Descriptive Summary

Title: Two-Party Georgia Oral History Project
Creator: Ellett, Ashton
Dates: 2017 - ongoing
Extent: 76.0 interviews
Collection Number: RBRL/425/TPGA
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies

Collection Description

Historical note

Dr. Ashton Ellett is the creator and principal interviewer for this project. His dissertation research focused on the development of the Republican Party in Georgia since World War II. The oral history project continues the scope of this research focus, with a more contemporary view of bipartisan party politics. Dr. Katie Schank and Seth Clark are also interviewers for this project.

Scope and Content

The Two-Party Georgia Oral History Project documents how the Georgia Republican Party grew from a small grassroots party during an era of Democratic dominance into the state’s premiere political organization and governing party over the course of the late-twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Interview participants represent current and former Republican and Democratic political figures who were active contributors or commenters on this transformation between 1952-2016, with a primary focus on the years post-1974.The collection documents the personal experiences and insights of the candidates, officeholders, activists, organizers, strategists, and analysts who participated in those key campaigns, intraparty conflicts, policy debates, and legislative battles. It also documents the accounts of the journalists and scholars who have chronicled these activities and achievements.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Preferred citation

Two-Party Georgia Oral History Project, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Copyright Information

Resources may be used under the guidelines described by the U.S. Copyright Office in Section 107, Title 17, United States Code (Fair use). Parties interested in production or commercial use of the resources should contact the Russell Library for a fee schedule.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2017.

Revisions made by Russell staff, 2019.


Related Materials

Access Points

Democratic Party (Ga.)
Political parties--Georgia.
Republican Party (Ga.)

Related Collections in this Repository

Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection

Georgia Republican Party Records

Democratic Party of Georgia Records


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TPGA next hit-001 Eric Tanenblatt

Extent: 1.0 interview 83 minutes
Biographical note: Eric J. Tanenblatt was born in 1966 in Long Island, New York. He graduated from Emory University with a degree in economics. He immediately started as a campaign worker for George H.W. Bush and organized college campuses. There, he met and worked with Senator Paul Coverdell. When Bush was elected President, Tanenblatt moved to Washington, D.C. to work in the administration. He served as a special assistant to Secretary Louis Sullivan in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He was then appointed director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the Peace Corps, serving as the liaison to the White House. In 1992, he directed Paul Coverdell’s senate campaign, and served as his state director in Georgia. In 1998, he served as vice chairman of Coverdell’s reelection campaign. In 2000, he served as chairman of George W. Bush’s presidential campaign in Georgia. After Bush's election, Tanenblatt joined the law firm of McKenna, Long & Aldridge. In 2001, he left to serve as Governor Sonny Perdue’s chief of staff. In 2004, he served as finance chairman for Perdue’s reelection campaign. He then returned to his law practice, where he focused his work on governmental affairs. President Bush appointed him to the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service. He is the founder of Hands on Georgia, a program dedicated to promoting volunteerism.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-002 Frank Barron

Extent: 1.0 interview 84 minutes
See also: W. Frank Barron Papers
Biographical note: W. Frank Barron was born in Rome, Georgia, and he graduated from Darlington School in 1948. In 1952, he graduated from Washington and Lee and enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving on the USS Eversole DD789. Barron began his career at the Rome Coca-Cola Bottling Company in 1956, later retiring as an officer and director of seven local Coca-Cola Bottling Companies (Rome, Dalton, Cedartown, Fort Valley, Carrollton, Valdosta, and Cartersville). He married Anne West, in 1957, and they have two children and five grandchildren.
Throughout his life Barron has been heavily engaged in civic activities. He served as president of the Rome Rotary Club, Rome Area Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Baptist Foundation, and Georgia Chamber of Commerce; on the board of directors for Coosa County Club, Boys’ Club, Redmont Park Hospital, National Soft Drink Association, Century Bank of Bartow County, and First Union National Bank of Rome; and as a member of the Governor’s Human Relations Commission, Governor’s Growth Strategy Commission, and Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education Teaching and Learning Task Force.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-003 Brian Robinson

Extent: 1.0 interview 100 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-004 Tom Crawford

Extent: 1.0 interview 67 minutes
Biographical note: Tom Crawford was born in Atlanta, Georgia and graduated from Clarkston High School in DeKalb County, Georgia in 1968. As a journalism student at the University of Georgia, Crawford worked at the student-led newspaper, The Red & Black, rising to rank of sports editor. He graduated with honors in 1972 and began his professional career as a beat reporter at the Alabama state capitol for the The Montgomery Advertiser. From 1972 to 1983, Crawford worked as a copy editor for The Atlanta Constitution (1972-1973); a beat reporter covering local, county, and state government for The Marietta Daily Journal (1973-1975); and as a reporter for The Atlanta Journal (1975-1983) covering the county courthouse, Atlanta city hall, and the Georgia state capitol and General Assembly. Crawford's political reporting during this period included the 1978 and 1982 governor races, 1980 U.S. Senate race, 1981 Atlanta mayoral election, and numerous other congressional, state, and local elections. Crawford stepped away from reporting in 1983 and assumed an accounts executive position at Pringle Dixon Pringle, a public relations agency in Atlanta. He was also an occassional speechwriter during the 1980s and 1990s. In 2000, Crawford launched the online news website Capitol Impact--later known as The Georgia Report--which provided news coverage of policial events at the state capitol and across Georgia until 2018. Tom Crawford died on July 18, 2018 after a decades-long battle with cancer.
See also: Tom Crawford Papers
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previous hitTPGA next hit-005 Buddy Darden

Extent: 1.0 interview 102 minutes
See also: George W. (Buddy) Darden Papers
Biographical note: George Washington “Buddy” Darden was born in Sparta, Georgia. He attended North Georgia College, and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in 1965. He was selected to serve in Senator Richard B. Russell’s patronage program in Washington, D.C. He received his law degree from the University of Georgia Law School in 1967, and served as assistant district attorney in Cobb County from 1968 to 1972, when he was elected district attorney. In 1980, he was elected as a Democrat to the Georgia House of Representatives, and served on the Judiciary Committee. After the death of U.S. Representative Larry McDonald, Darden won the special election to take his seat in 1983. In congress, he served on several committees, including the House Armed Services, Ethics, and Appropriations. In 1994, he lost his reelection bid, and unsuccessfully campaigned for congress in 2002. He served under Governor Roy Barnes as chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission. Since 1995, he has been with the law firm McKenna, Long & Aldridge. President Clinton appointed him to the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. After Clinton left office, Darden began doing work for the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, traveling to various countries including Indonesia and Senegal. Darden has also represented Georgia’s interests in the water disputes with Alabama and Florida.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-006 Fred Cooper

Extent: 1.0 interview 115 minutes
previous hitTPGA next hit-006 Fred Cooper video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-007 Rusty Paul

Extent: 1.0 interview 119 minutes
Scope and Content: Rusty Paul discusses his early exposure to politics while growing up in civil rights-era Alabama and his involvement in Republican politics after moving to Georgia, including creating a statewide Republican Party newspaper. Paul recalls the political dynamics surrounding the 1980 elections, including the election of Mack Mattingly to the U.S. Senate and the Ronald Reagan's presidential win. He talks about his decision to turn down a position in the Reagan Administration to instead focus on local campaigns. Paul also discusses working on Jack Kemp's unsuccessful 1988 presidential campaign, and later returning to Georgia to run for Republican Party Chairman. As chairman, Paul focused on effective candidate recruitment and campaign management, with a focus on bolstering campaigns in rural areas outside of metro Atlanta. Paul reflects on the polarization of politics on the local, state, and national levels and gives his predictions for the 2018 and 2020 elections.
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-121 Rusty Paul; Subseries F. Rusty Paul in the Georgia Republican Party Records
Biographical note: Rusty Paul grew up in the Birmingham, Alabama area during the 1950s and 60s. He has worked in journalism as a newspaper and radio reporter, chaired the Republican Party in Georgia (1995-1999), served as a city councilman in Stone Mountain (1077-1983) and Sandy Springs (2014-present), and served as a state senator in the Georgia General Assembly (2001-2003).
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previous hitTPGA next hit-008 Trey Hood III

Extent: 1.0 interview 69 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-009 Bob Irvin

Extent: 1.0 interview 112 minutes
Biographical Note: Bob Irvin grew up in rural North Fulton County in the 1950s and 1960s. He was elected as a Republican to the Georgia House of Representatives in 1972. He attended Harvard Business School, after which he came back to Georgia politics and was reelected to the Georgia Assembly in 1994 where he served as House Minority Leader. Irvin ran in the Georgia Senate Republican primary in 2002 against Saxby Chambliss. In this interview, Irvin talks about the growth of the Republican Party in Georgia since the 1970s, mentions the emergence of the Christian Right as a more conservative group in the Republican Party, and talks about the challenges to the Republican Party when it was a minority versus majority party.
previous hitTPGA next hit-009 Bob Irvin video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-010 Arthur (Skin) Edge IV

Extent: 1.0 interview 82 minutes
Biographical note: Arthur (Skin) Edge IV is a former state senator representing the 28th senatorial district of Coweta, Pike, and Spalding counties. In 1993, Edge was appointed as chairman of the Senate Special Judiciary Committee as a Republican in a Democratic legislature. He served as Senate Minority Leader from 1992-1996, working alongside his counterpart Bob Irvin in the Georgia House of Representatives. In 1996, Edge retired from politics, and he currently works as a principal consultant with the GeorgiaLink Public Affairs Group, specializing in governmental relations and consulting.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-011 Jim Galloway

Extent: 1.0 interview 108 minutes
Abstract: He talks about the relationship of media to politics, how political reporting has changed since he entered the business, and comments on the role that technology has played in news reporting. He comments on factors for success of an elected official in Georgia and discusses his observations of the growth of the Repubilcan Party since the 1970s from a minority to a majority in Georgia. He compares priorities and divisions within the Republican and Democratic parties in Georgia.
Biopgraphical note: Jim Galloway is the lead political writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, author of the AJC’s Political Insider blog, and frequent contributor to Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “Political Rewind” radio show.
previous hitTPGA next hit-011 Jim Galloway video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-012 Jane Kidd

Extent: 1.0 interview 115 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-108 Jane Kidd
Biographical note: Jane Kidd is the daughter of former Georgia Governor Ernest Vandiver and his wife, Betty Vandiver. She is a graduate of Grady College at the University of Georgia and became politically active on the Lavonia City Council as well as managing the successful U.S. congressional race for Democrat Don Johnson in 1992. She served as Johnson’s district director from 1993 to 1995. Kidd was elected to the 115th District in the Georgia State House of Representatives in 2004, and was elected as chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Georgia in 2007 where she managed Democratic turnout in the 2008 and 2010 election cycles.
previous hitTPGA next hit-012 Jane Kidd video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-013 Bob Barr

Extent: 1.0 interview 103 minutes
Biographical note: Bob Barr grew up in California. He graduated from Georgetown Law School in 1977 and worked for the CIA from 1971-1978. He moved to Georgia to pursue a law practice and became involved in Republican party politics in Cobb County in the 1980s, where he eventually served as Cobb County Party Chairman. He was appointed as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia in 1986 and left that position in 1990 to serve as president of the Southeastern Legal Foundation. Barr competed in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in 1992 against Paul Coverdell and John Knox. In 1994, he won the seat for the 7th District of the U.S. House of Representatives. Over time, Barr became interested in Libertarian politics and won the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination in 2008.
previous hitTPGA next hit-013 Bob Barr video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-014 John Padgett

Extent: 1.0 interview 86 minutes
Biographical note: John Padgett grew up as a Republican in Athens and has served in various roles in local and state party politics, including as Chairman of the Athens-Clarke County Republican Party, as Chairman of the 11th and 12th Congressional District Republican Party and as Secretary of the Georgia Republican Party. In 2013, Padgett ran a campaign for state party chair against B.J. Van Gundy and Alex Johnson on the platform of reenergizing grassroots politics, increasing fundraising efforts, bridging divides within the party and recruiting more conservative candidates.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-015 John Linder

Extent: 1.0 interview 108 minutes
Biographical note: John Linder grew up in Minnesota and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1967-1969. He moved to Georgia to pursue a dentistry practice, and he settled in North DeKalb County where he became involved in Georgia Republican Party politics in the 1970s. Linder was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 1976 as a Republican in a Democratic majority legislature. He ran an unsuccessful campaign for Congress in the Fourth District in 1990 and subsequently was elected to Congress in 1992 against Democratic opponent Cathy Steinberg. Linder retired from Congress when he did not seek reelection in 2012.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-016 Bob Bell

Extent: 1.0 interview 102 minutes
See also: Subseries A. Bob Bell in the Georgia Republican Party Records
Biographical note: Bob Bell grew up in Atlanta in the 1930s-1940s. He served in the U.S. Army from 1950-1952 and received his Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Georgia's Atlanta Division in 1954. Bell ran as a Republican for the Georgia House of Representatives in 1968 in District 73, Post 1 in DeKalb County, at a time when there were multimember districts. Subsequently, Bell won election to the Fifth District in the Georgia Senate, where he served as the Minority Whip. In 1982, he ran as a Republican nominee for governor. Bell succeeded Fred Cooper as chairman of the Republican Party in Georgia from 1983-1985.
previous hitTPGA next hit-016 Bob Bell video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-017 Robert Shaw

Extent: 1.0 interview 128 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-118 Robert Shaw
Biographical note: Robert (Bob) J. Shaw was raised in Bronwood, Georgia and attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University before enlisting in the Air Force in 1950. Shaw served as the Chairman of the Development Authority of Fulton County as well as being an active member in the Republican Party of Georgia. He unsuccessfully ran for State Senate in 1964 against Horace Ward. Shaw was elected as the First Vice Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, and stepped into the role of chairman after the resignation of the chairman in 1971, and he served three subsequent terms as party chairman.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-018 Eric Johnson

Extent: 1.0 interview 90 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-166 Eric Johnson; Eric Johnson Papers
Biographical note: Eric Johnson was born in New Orleans, and moved to Savannah, Georgia with his wife. He studied architecture and has worked as a principal architect at Hussey, Gay, Bell and Deyoung International, as well as at North Point Real Estate. Johnson became involved in Republican politics through aiding Jack Kingston's campaign for the Georgia House of Represenatives, and later aiding Mack Mattingly's U.S. Senate campaigns in 1980 and 1986, including serving as Mattingly's regional director. Johnson was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives as a Republican in 1992, and after one term, gave up his seat to run for the state Senate, where he served until 2009, when he ran as a candidate in the Georgia gubernatorial race. Johnson served as Minority Leader from 1998 to 2003, and in 2003, following party switching and a new Republican majority in the General Assembly, Johnson was elected Senate President Pro Tempore. After retiring as an elected official, Johnson returned to his architecture business and was appointed to the Georgia Department of Economic Development's Board of Directors.
previous hitTPGA next hit-018 Eric Johnson video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-019 Billy Lovett

Extent: 1.0 interview 50 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-145 Billy Lovett; Subseries E. Billy Lovett in the Georgia Republican Party Records
Biographical note: Billy Lovett grew up in Dublin, Georgia in Laurens County. Lovett is a former Laurens County Commissioner and later served on the State Public Service Commission beginning the 1970s. In 1982, he ran as an unsuccessful campaign for governor and returned to the Public Service Commission, where he also served as its chairman. In the 1984, Lovett switched his affiliation to the Republican Party while in office, citing reasons of being limited in his capacity to make change within the Democratic Party political structure. Lovett ran an unsuccessful race for Insurance Commissioner in 1990, and subsequently was elected the chairman of the Georgia Republican Party at the recommendation of party leaders. In addition to politics, Lovett is a businessman and entrepreneur based in Atlanta, Georgia.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-020 Jay Morgan

Extent: 1.0 interview 141 minutes
Biographical note: Jay Morgan grew up in Talbotton, Georgia in Talbot County and attended the University of Georgia in the early 1980s. Morgan was a regional finance director for the Republican National Committee before becoming the executive director for the Georgia Republican Party in 1984, the youngest person to serve in that role. As executive director, Morgan oversaw the state party's efforts to reelect Mack Mattingly to his U.S. Senate seat during the 1986 election cycle. Morgan has additionally worked on Johnny Isakson's gubernatorial campaign in 1990 and later as chief of staff to Congressman Mac Collins. Aside from politics, Morgan has worked as a lobbyist, as Senior Vice President at Edington, Wade, and Sanders, and later establishing his own firm, JL Morgan Company.
previous hitTPGA next hit-020 Jay Morgan video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-021 Alec Poitevint

Extent: 1.0 interview 78 minutes
See also: Subseries D. Alec Poitevint in the Georgia Republican Party Records
Biographical note: Alec Poitevint grew up in Bainbridge, Georgia in Decatur County and attended the University of Georgia in the mid-to-late 1960s. Poitevint became chairman of the Decatur County Republican Party in 1975 and was later selected as Vice Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party where he served from 1977-1979. In 1981, Poitevint became Chairman of the Second Congressional District Committee and continued to be involved in the burgeoning Republican party politics at state and national levels. He was a member of Vice President George Bush's presidential campaign in 1988. In 1989, Poitevint succeeded John Stuckey as chairman of the Georgia Republican Party after a contested race requiring four rounds of voting. As chairman, Poitevint oversaw the redistricting plan undertaken by the General Assembly in 1991. Later, he was a Republican National Committeeman from Georgia from 1993 to 2001.
previous hitTPGA next hit-021 Alec Poitevint video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-022 John Stuckey

Extent: 1.0 interview 88 minutes
See also: Subseries C. John Stuckey in the Georgia Republican Party Records
Biographical note: John Stuckey grew up in rural Louisiana and served five years in the military, primarily organizing military intelligence at the Pentagon. He attended Louisiana State University and obtained his J.D. from George Washington University. Stuckey became involved in Republican politics when employed by the Republican National Committee while in law school. He worked as an aide on Richard Nixon's presidential campaign and managed Bill Brock's congressional campaigns in 1966 and 1968, later serving as Brock's chief of staff from 1971-1977. Stuckey moved to Georgia to start a career in law in 1977. In Georgia, Stuckey became the Coweta County Republican Party Chairman and later the congressional district chairman. He also served as Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party from 1987-1989. During his tenure as chairman, he had to respond to the emergence of the conservative Christian Right bloc within the Republican Party. Aside from politics, Stuckey owns his own law firm, John Stuckey & Associates LLC.
previous hitTPGA next hit-022 John Stuckey video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-023 Roy Barnes

Extent: 1.0 interview 68 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-008 Roy Barnes
Biographical note: Roy Barnes grew up in rural Cobb County, Georgia in the 1950s-1960s. Barnes grew up in a Republican family but became affiliated with the Democratic Party. He graduated from the University of Georgia Law School in 1972, after which he moved back to Cobb County to work as an Assistant District Attorney. In 1974, Barnes was elected to the Georgia Senate. In 1990, Barnes ran an unsuccessful campaign for governor of Georgia, losing to Lieutenant Governor Zell Miller in the Democratic primary. From 1992 to 1998, Barnes served in the Georgia House of Representatives, and then ran for governor again, this time successfully. He served one term as governor from 1999-2003, during which time, he oversaw the push for changing the Confederate symbolism on the Georgia state flag. Following his unsuccessful bid for reelection, Barnes returned to his legal career at the Barnes Law Group in Marietta, Georgia.
previous hitTPGA next hit-023 Roy Barnes video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-024 Guy Millner

Extent: 1.0 interview 110 minutes
Biographical note: Guy Millner grew up in Holly Hill, Florida and attended Florida State University. Miller moved to Atlanta for business reasons, and focused on growing his Norrell Corporation, a supplemental staffing business, during the 1960s and 1970s. Millner became involved in politics by working as the chief fundraiser on Mack Mattingly's 1980 and 1986 U.S. Senate campaigns. Millner also worked on Paul Coverdell's 1992 U.S. Senate campaign, and in 1994 and 1998, Millner ran two unsuccessful campaigns for governor--winning the Republican primary but losing in the general election. Millner is also the Chairman and CEO of AssuranceAmerica Corporation.
previous hitTPGA next hit-024 Guy Milner video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-025 Saxby Chambliss

Extent: 1.0 interview 92 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-019 Saxby Chambliss
Biographical note: Saxby Chambliss moved around the southeast growing up, due to his father being an Episcopal priest. He attended the University of Georgia in the mid-1960s, obtained his J.D. from the University of Tennessee, and moved back to south Georgia after finishing law school. A Democrat, he was recruited by the Georgia Republican Party to run as a Republican for the U.S. House of Representatives in 1992 and 1994 races, the second of which he won. He served in the U.S. Congress from 1995-2003, and then was elected for two terms as U.S. Senator from 2003-2015. Chambliss was a member of the Gang of Six, a bipartisan group of six Senators consisting of three Democrats and three Republicans.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-026 Joyce Stevens

Extent: 1.0 interview 74 minutes
Biographical note: Joyce Carter Stevens was raised in south Georgia. She served as Vice-President of Sales and Marketing at Del-Cook Lumber Company from 1964-1981. Stevens' first major involvement with the Republican Party was in fundraising for Mack Mattingly's 1980 U.S. Senate race, which led to her organizing the Cook County Republican Party and becoming involved with the highest members of the party. She was selected to serve as Executive Director of the Georgia Republican Party from 1981 to 1983, during which time her main focus was on growing the party's fundraising budget. Stevens was the first female candidate on the general election ballot in Georgia when she ran for a position on the Public Service Commission in 1984. She is president of The Stevens Group in metro Atlanta.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-027 Steve Anthony

Extent: 1.0 interview 143 minutes
Biographical note: Steve Anthony was raised in a political family in Bremen, Georgia and attended the University of West Georgia. He worked as an aide for several state legislators and their committees, and later was the Chief of Staff for Speaker of the House, Tom Murphy. Anthony served as chairman of the Cobb County Democratic Party in the early 1980s and later as Executive Director of the state party in the late 1990s.
previous hitTPGA next hit-027 Steve Anthony video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-028 Bobby Kahn

Extent: 1.0 interview 105 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-084 Bobby Kahn
Biographical note: Bobby Kahn is a Democratic political strategist from Savannah, Georgia. He attended the University of Georgia Law School and afterwards worked as a trial lawyer in Atlanta. He served as Chief of Staff for Governor Roy Barnes from 1999 to 2003. He later was elected as chairman of the Democratic Party of Georgia, serving one term from 2004 to 2007. Kahn also owns LUC Media, a marketing and advertising firm based in Marietta, Georgia.
previous hitTPGA next hit-028 Bobby Kahn video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-029 Chuck Clay

Extent: 1.0 interview 172 minutes
Biographical note: Chuck Clay is from a military family and moved frequently growing up. He attended the University of North Carolina, and obtained his law degree from the University of Georgia Law School. He moved to Marietta, Georgia in the 1970s for work and became involved in the minority Republican Party in Cobb County at a time when the Republican Party in Georgia was beginning to grow. Clay was Assistant District Attorney in Cobb County, and in 1986, he was elected as the first Republican county commissioner from West Cobb. Clay was elected to the Georgia Senate to represent the 37th District in 1988 and later was selected as Senate Minority Leader. Clay ran for chairman of the Republican Party in 1999 and served one term from 1999-2001.
previous hitTPGA next hit-029 Chuck Clay video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-030 Oscar Persons

Extent: 1.0 interview 98 minutes
Scope and Content: Oscar Persons talks about his first interests in Republican politics in the 1960s, recalling in particular Barry Goldwater’s presidential run in 1964 and Bo Callaway’s 1966 gubernatorial run. Persons then describes how the Republican Party grew in the 1970s and 1980s, highlighting the internal divisions the party suffered during this growth. He then talks about smaller Republican victories in the 1990s and how they led to statewide victories in the 2000s.
Biographical note: Oscar Persons was born in McCormack, South Carolina but moved to small towns around the South with his father, a missionary Baptist preacher. He spent his high school years in Columbus, Georgia, and studied engineering at Georgia Tech. After graduating in 1960, he served in the United States Navy’s Seventh Fleet for several years. Returning to Georgia, Persons was employed by Southern Bell as an engineer and moved to Atlanta. He graduated from Emory University’s Law School in 1967. Persons joined the Atlanta Young Republicans, working his way up to become the organization’s president. Persons served as the general counsel for the Georgia Republican Party from 1971-1992. He was also the chairman in Georgia for Bob Dole’s presidential campaigns in 1988 and 1996.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-031 Frank Strickland

Extent: 1.0 interview 89 minutes
Scope and Content: Frank Strickland talks about his early life and becoming interested in Republican politics in 1966 due to Bo Callaway’s run for governor that year. Strickland afterward describes what occurred as the Republican Party grew in the 1970s and 1980s, particularly the infighting in the party as it incorporated the Christian right. Strickland then discusses the two Voting Rights Act cases he litigated--Miller v. Johnson and Larios v. Cox and Shelby County v. Holder. He then talks about redistricting more broadly, outside the context of civil rights litigation.
Biographical note: Frank Strickland was born in Washington, D.C. to a strongly Republican family, but moved to Decatur, Georgia in the first grade. He attended Vanderbilt University, and after graduating, he briefly served in the United States Coast Guard and afterwards worked for Citizens & Southern National Bank. Strickland simultaneously attended Emory University’s night school law program and earned his degree in 1967. Strickland became involved in Republican politics shortly afterwards, campaigning for Republican presidential candidates and for Republicans in local races, namely for Paul Coverdell’s state senate races. He became first vice chairman of the Georgia Republican Party in 1983, and became assistant general counsel for the party two years later. Strickland became general counsel to the party in 1992, serving until 1995, when he created his own law practice Strickland, Brockington and Lewis, where he remains as a partner.
previous hitTPGA next hit-031 Frank Strickland video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-032 Charles S. Bullock III

Extent: 1.0 interview 110 minutes
Scope and Content: Charles Bullock explains how he became interested in southern politics and then talks about the patterns that make southern politics distinctive, particularly in the areas of partisan realignment and demographic voting patterns. He then discusses the role the Voting Rights Act played in shaping southern politics, emphasizing the Supreme Court cases that dealt with redistricting and the Voting Rights Act. He then talks about the core constituents and the key problems facing Democrats and Republicans in Georgia. He concludes by predicting what Georgia politics will look like in 2018 and beyond.
Biographical note: Charles Bullock was born in Missouri, but moved to Georgia at the age of six. He earned his doctoral degree from Washington University in 1968. He immediately began working at the University of Georgia, researching congressional politics, legislative process, and southern politics. He was distinguished as a University Professor by the University of Georgia in 2015 and continues to teach as the Richard B. Russell Chair of Political Science.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-033 Charlie Harman

Extent: 1.0 interview 116 minutes
Scope and Content: Harman discusses his early life, focusing on the events that became the foundation of his political views. He then talks about joining Sam Nunn’s senate staff and working his way up the ranks to become Nunn’s chief of staff. Harman also talks about Nunn’s personality and role in the U.S. Senate. Harman then details the viewpoints the Georgia Chamber of Commerce forwarded while he was the organization’s president. Harman talk about his tenure as chief of staff for Senators Zell Miller and Saxby Chambliss. Harman next describes how Republican governance in Georgia differs from Democratic governance, as well as the weaknesses both parties are struggling with in Georgia. He concludes by predicting the effects Donald Trump could have on politics, both in Georgia and nationally.
Biographical note: Charlie Harman grew up in Atlanta in the 1950s and 1960s. He attended the University of Georgia, from which he graduated with a B.A. in business in 1971. During this time, he interned at Richard B. Russell’s senate office in Washington, D.C., which jumpstarted Harman’s lifelong love of politics. Harman first joined Senator Sam Nunn’s staff as a caseworker in 1980, getting promoted to be Nunn’s chief of staff in 1987. Harman left Nunn’s office in 1992 to become the president of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, leaving that position in 1996 to become the head of Blue Cross Blue Shield’s government affairs. Harman briefly served as Zell Miller’s transitional chief of staff in 2000 when Miller was appointed as U.S. Senator. Harman left Blue Cross Blue Shield in 2006 to join Saxby Chambliss’s Senate office as chief of staff, holding that position until 2013.
previous hitTPGA next hit-033 Charlie Harman video and interview index in OHMS Access Online
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previous hitTPGA next hit-034 S. Jarvin Levison

Extent: 1.0 interview 123 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-035 Edward Lindsey

Extent: 1.0 interview 89 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-036 Larry Walker, Jr.

Extent: 1.0 interview 58 minutes
See also: Reflections of Georgia Politics ROGP-028 Larry Walker
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previous hitTPGA next hit-037 Mark Burkhalter

Extent: 1.0 interview 78 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-038 Ralph Reed, Jr.

Extent: 1.0 interview 140 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-129 Ralph Reed
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previous hitTPGA next hit-039 Mack Mattingly

Extent: 1.0 interview 87 minutes
See also: Mack Mattingly Papers; Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 014 Mack Mattingly; Mack Mattingly series (OHD-025) in Oral History Documentary Collection
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previous hitTPGA next hit-040 Bill Nigut

Extent: 1.0 interview 89 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-041 Chip Lake

Extent: 1.0 interview 87 mintues
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previous hitTPGA next hit-042 Roy Barnes and Bob Irvin

Extent: 1.0 interview 103 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-043 J. Randy Evans

Extent: 1.0 interview 92 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-044 Gordon Giffin

Extent: 1.0 interview 113 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-045 Matt Towery

Extent: 1.0 interview 124 minutes
See also: Reflectios on Georgia Politics ROGP-089 Matt Towery
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previous hitTPGA next hit-046 George Hooks

Extent: 1.0 interview 66 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-047 Tharon Johnson

Extent: 1.0 interview 69 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-048 Blake Aued

Extent: 1.0 interview 90 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-049 Lorie J. Smith

Extent: 1.0 interview 83 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-050 Al Scott

Extent: 1.0 interview 88 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-051 John Watson

Extent: 1.0 interview 77 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-052 Tom Price

Extent: 1.0 interview 90 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-053 DuBose Porter

Extent: 1.0 interview 76 minutes
See also: Reflections on Georgia Politics ROGP-057 DuBose Porter
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previous hitTPGA next hit-054 Jerry Keen

Extent: 1.0 interview 94 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-055-01 Vincent Fort, Interview 1

Extent: 1.0 interview
 

previous hitTPGA next hit-056 David Worley

Extent: 1.0 interview 98 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-057 Bryan Long

Extent: 1.0 interview 98 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-058 Teresa Tomlinson

Extent: 1.0 interview 95 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-059 John Oxendine

Extent: 1.0 interview 76 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-060 Erick Erickson

Extent: 1.0 interview 95 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-061 Keith Mason

Extent: 1.0 interview 161 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-062 Stacey Evans

Extent: 1.0 interview 100 minutes
 

previous hitTPGA next hit-063 Molly Dye Franklin

Extent: 1.0 interview 125 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-064 James C. Cobb

Extent: 1.0 interview 100 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-065 Jack Kingston

Extent: 1.0 interview 77 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-066 Dorothy Padgett

Extent: 1.0 interview 73 minutes
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Reflections on 2018 Georgia Midterm Elections

Extent: 7.0 interviews



previous hitTPGA next hit-067 Greg Bluestein

Extent: 1.0 interview 127 minutes
Biographical note: Greg Bluestein is a political reporter at the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, covering local, state, and national politics. His work can be accessed in the print version of the AJC, the Political Insider blog, and the Politically Georgia subscription site, part of the AJC.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-068 Blake Aued

Extent: 1.0 interview 50 minutes
Biographical note: Blake Aued is the news editor for Flagpole Magazine in Athens, GA. He writes the weekly 'City Dope' column for Flagpole. He was also a writer at the Athens-Banner Herald, and is a regular contributor to WUGA's Athens News Matters with Alexia Ridley.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-069 Johnny Kauffman

Extent: 1.0 interview 66 minutes
Biographical note: Johnny Kauffman is a reporter for WABE 90.1 in Atlanta. Prior to WABE, he worked as a producer for Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) and National Public Radio (NPR) where he produced Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, and Tell Me More.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-070 Stephen Fowler

Extent: 1.0 interview 103 minutes
Biographical note: Stephen Fowler is a politics reporter for Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) in Atlanta. He first worked for GPB's All Things Considered as the afternoon news producer, reporter, and fill-in host. His reports can be heard on programs such as On Second Thought, Here and Now, and Marketplace.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-074 Max Blau

Extent: 1.0 interview 81 minutes
Biographical note: Max Blau is an Atlanta-based journalist writing for Atlanta Magazine, Bitter Southerner, Politico, and The New York Times. Previously he worked as a southern correspondent for The Boston Globe's national health and science website, STAT.news. Blau has also worked as a writer for CNN.com, Atlanta Magazine, and Creative Loafing.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-075 Jim Galloway

Extent: 1.0 interview 83 minutes
Biographical note: Jim Galloway has worked for four decades at The Atlanta-Journal Constitution (AJC). He is the founder and lead writer of the AJC's Political Insider blog. He is the author of The Jolt, a daily morning blog post on Georgia government and politics. He is a regular contributor to Georgia Public Broadcasting's Political Rewind show with Bill Nigut.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-076 M.V. (Trey) Hood III

Extent: 1.0 interview 51 minutes
Biographical note: Dr. Trey Hood is a professor of political science at the University of Georgia's School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA). He is the director of SPIA's Research Center, a nationally-recognized polling operation with a focus on the policies, priorities, and political attitudes of Georgians. He is the author of The Rational Southerner: Black Mobilization, Republican Growth, and the Partisan Transformation of the American South.
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previous hitTPGA next hit-071 Robin Morris

Extent: 1.0 interview 76 minutes
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previous hitTPGA next hit-072 Phil Kent

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previous hitTPGA next hit-073 Nse Ufot

Extent: 1.0 interview 58 minutes
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