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Schrenko shoots her own campaign in the foot

...don't follow my advice, Sonny or Bill will be the Republican nominee, and King Roy will retain his throne. Bill Shipp is editor of Bill Shipp's Georgia, a weekly newsletter on government and business. Send mail to P.O. Box 440755, Kennesaw...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/28/op_349937.shtml
Opinion columns
Television advertisements are spinning the tales of two candidates

...then Nunn. At least that is what many experts believe in the hot, hot summer before the Nov. 5 election. Bill Shipp is editor of Bill Shipp's Georgia, a weekly newsletter on government and business. Send mail to P.O. Box 440755, Kennesaw...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/24/op_349529.shtml
Opinion columns
How the GOP may kick Roy out of the tent

...government? Besides, it might be refreshing to have a governor named Linda. Or Sonny or General Byrne. Bill Shipp is editor of Bill Shipp's Georgia, a weekly newsletter on government and business. Send mail to P.O. Box 440755, Kennesaw...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/21/op_349291.shtml
Opinion columns
Shipp: From agriculture to governor, Georgia women are hitting campaign trail

...remembered as the year women finally cast aside tokenism and secured a genuine beachhead in Georgia government. Bill Shipp is editor of Bill Shipp's Georgia, a weekly newsletter on government and business. Send mail to P.O. Box 440755, Kennesaw...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/31/op_350170.shtml
Opinion columns
Talmadge at 100: Forgotten, tarnished political force

...one of the greatest governors of the 20th century.? Bill Shipp, on Herman Talmadge Almost 40 years ago, I sat in...and, as former Atlanta Constitution political editor Bill Shipp noted, perhaps the best of the lot over the previous...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-08-17/talmadge-100-forgotten-tarnis
Political reporter Dick Pettys dies

...I'd rather you hear it from me.' He would never do that. But he was just telling me how frustrated he was."Bill Shipp, a longtime political columnist and a Georgia journalism institution in his own right, knew Pettys from the beginning...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-10-09/political-reporter-dick-petty
Across the area

...some kind of leadership that could bring this community back together," Mr. McIntyre said. The report appeared in Bill Shipp's Georgia. Mr. McIntyre says he still needs to see more support before he makes a decision to seek the mayor's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/15/met_344904.shtml
Metro
Candidates quarrel but don't debate

...said. "We have a schedule that is packed to the brim with stuff. Some things we can go to; some things we cannot." Bill Shipp, co-chairman of the press club, which sponsored Sunday's debate, said Mr. Walker turned down the opportunity...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/10/11/met_357879.shtml
Metro
Lawmaker dismisses allegations

...cannot be classified as major faux pas. They are political foul balls, if you will. That's a sentiment, Bill Shipp -- editor of Bill Shipp's Georgia, a weekly newsletter devoted to state government and business -- agrees with. "He's had...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/03/05/met_282710.shtml
Metro
Additional area news

...his Marietta office, said only, "I can't confirm or deny it." The report was circulated in the online version of Bill Shipp's Georgia, a political newsletter. Lawyer has papers in death FAYETTEVILLE -- A lawyer says Beverley Watson, whose...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/28/met_257484.shtml
Metro