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  • New Georgia Talk Show Hosts Draws State’s Politicians and Power Brokers for In-Depth Discussions
    Few Americans can imagine the magnitude of the pressure Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger from elected officials, voters and a sitting president, when Donald Trump asked him to “find the votes” to overturn Trump’s 2020 Election loss in Georgia to now President Joe Biden. When Raffensperger joined Georgia political talk show host Ben Burnett, […]
  • Former Trump Advisor Claims Marjorie Taylor Greene Vying for Vice President Spot on 2024 Ticket
    One of the most controversial members of U.S. Congress wants to join former President Donald Trump’s ticket as his choice for Vice President in the 2024 Presidential Election. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., is angling to be Donald Trump’s running mate in 2024, according to Trump’s former advisor Steve Bannon and an anonymous source who […]
  • Brian Kemp on a Ticket with Trump or DeSantis Could Improve GOP Odds for Victory in 2024
    Whether the 2024 Republican nominee is Trump or DeSantis, they’ll need to retake Georgia in the win column for Republicans if they have any hope of winning enough electoral votes overall. Democratic voter registration has increased in Georgia, thanks in large part to a new generation of young, female suburban voters throughout the Atlanta Metro […]









New South Politics, founded by Matt O’Hern, was created to inform and update voters in southern states on both sides of the aisle about the latest developments surrounding the top political issues surrounding the 2022 midterm and the 2024 elections.

Since 2004, O’Hern has worked with political campaigns in roles ranging from nationwide digital marketing for Presidential campaigns to door-to-door canvassing at the local level. O’Hern’s journalism experience includes political news reporting and editing for various organizations and news publications in Florida since 2005. O’Hern graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, AL with a degree in journalism and a minor in political science.