Politics

NYT Report: Lt. Gov. Cagle Bought Condo From Lobbyist

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle is a candidate in the Republican primary runoff for Georgia governor.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle is a candidate in the Republican primary runoff for Georgia governor.
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A report released Thursday from the New York Times says Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, a candidate in the Republican primary runoff for governor, bought a condo from a lobbyist at a discount.

The story promises to shake up the GOP primary, especially in light of the secret recording of Cagle that surfaced last week showing he supported what he thought was a bad piece of legislation for political reasons.

Kevin Sack is the New York Times reporter based in Atlanta. He joined Denis O’Hayer on “Morning Edition” to talk about the report.