The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:
Gov. Brian Kemp’s footing might be firmer among fellow Republicans, but he still has plenty of work to do to shore up the grassroots GOP base.
That’s the takeaway from a round of GOP meetings in recent days that saw Kemp get a standing ovation at a Cobb County GOP breakfast, but also receive overwhelming votes by GOP activists in Murray and Whitfield counties to censure the first-term Republican.
The North Georgia Republicans say Kemp “stood by and did nothing” to help then-President Donald Trump overturn his election defeat. “Governor Kemp’s inaction angered Republican voters, many of whom refused to vote in the January 5th runoff and Kemp helped cost the Republicans two Senate seats,” read the Whitfield County resolution.
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The Jolt: @GovKemp’s footing might be firmer among fellow Republicans, but he still has plenty of work to do to shore up the grassroots base. At least two county GOPs “censured” him in recent days, and others could hold similar votes soon. #gapol
— Greg Bluestein (@bluestein) April 14, 2021