Dave has been a broadcaster for 46 years, the first 13 in radio, in Georgia and Alabama. He came to WALB first as voice talent and audio producer, then became director of promotions and public service, and then moved into news in 1995. In 1997, Dave went to the MSNBC Academy in Redmond, Washington, and began WALB's internet platform. He has been a constant presence in the station's online product ever since. In his three decades of service at WALB, Dave helped cover the floods of 1994 and 1998. He has worked alongside Channel 10 fixtures like Gil Patrick, Grady "Captain Mercury" Shadburn, Dawn Hobby, Rick Williams, Ben Roberts, and Yolanda Amadeo.
On Monday, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr joined Governor Brian P. Kemp and U.S. Representative Drew Ferguson for a press conference to highlight his office’s work to defend Senate Bill 202 in court.
“Reforming Georgia’s absentee ballot request process to only those who have a specific need would take a large burden off of the overwhelmed elections officials here in Lowndes County and across the state,” said Lowndes County Elections Director Deb Cox.
Pro V&V conducted an audit of a random sample of Dominion Voting Systems voting machines throughout the state using forensic techniques, including equipment from Cobb, Douglas, Floyd, Morgan, Paulding and Spalding counties.