On the record – off the clock.  Veteran Atlanta political reporter Denis O’Hayer hosts a conversation between strategists from the right and the left. Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson and Republican strategist Brian Robinson bring their personalities and passion to the table for an informed, respectful and lively discussion. They spar, they delve into topics others avoid, and they give credit where it’s due. It’s all steered by Denis O’Hayer, who has covered Georgia politics for close to 40 years.

State Lawmakers Try (Again) For A Regional Solution To Atlanta’s Traffic

Georgia lawmakers are trying again to come up with a regional solution for Atlanta’s traffic; Governor Nathan Deal doesn’t want to be caught with billions of dollars in additional state taxes on his hands; will state lawmakers get between you and a Sunday morning mimosa? All of that and more on this week’s menu.

Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson (@TharonJohnson) and Republican strategist Brian Robinson (@LordTinsdale) join Denis O’Hayer (@denisohayer) for a wide-ranging political conversation.

Produced by Sam Whitehead (@sclaudwhitehead).

Trump’s State Of The Union, The FBI Memo Deepen Political Divides

Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson (@TharonJohnson) and Republican strategist Brian Robinson (@LordTinsdale) join Denis O’Hayer (@denisohayer) for a wide-ranging political conversation.

On the menu this week: how Georgia elected officials should respond to the secret memo prepared by the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee; a look back at President Trump’s first State of the Union address; Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms shares her vision for Atlanta with a part of the city that didn’t vote for her; and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport continues to be a political football.

Produced by Sam Whitehead (@sclaudwhitehead).

What President Trump’s Falling Approval Ratings Mean For Georgia

Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson (@TharonJohnson) and Republican strategist Brian Robinson (@LordTinsdale) join Denis O’Hayer (@denisohayer) for a wide-ranging political conversation.

On the menu this week: Georgia’s Senators’ different responses to President Trump’s reported comments about Haiti and African nations; how Atlantans think Trump is faring one year into his term; the Georgia Governor’s race heats up on the Democratic side; Atlanta’s new mayor comes into office and reaches a major settlement with the city’s school system; and winter weather strangles operations at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport.

Produced by Sam Whitehead (@sclaudwhitehead).

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