His political career looked dead after his humiliating 2006 campaign for lieutenant governor of Georgia -- he lost the primary by 14 points, dogged by his ties
His political career looked dead after his humiliating 2006 campaign for lieutenant governor of Georgia — he lost the primary by 14 points, dogged by his ties to Jack Abramoff — but David Brody has Ralph Reed mulling a run for Congress in a safe Republican seat.
Sources close to Ralph Reed tell The Brody File that the former Executive Director of the Christian Coalition is “seriously” considering running for Congress in Georgia. According to one well-placed source, Reed has talked to key grassroots leaders and local elected officials in Gwinnett county and other parts of the district, but has not made a decision yet.
As Brody points out, Reed dived back into political activism last year with the Faith and Freedom Coalition — an organization I haven’t yet seen making a huge impact.
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