Is Walker a Georgian ... or not?
Georgia's Republican secretary of state, Brad Raffensberger, has been in the news around the nation for the past two years.
His notoriety isn't about to expire, given what has been revealed --allegedly -- about the GOP candidate for the U.S. Senate in Georgia.
Herschel Walker keeps a "primary residence" in Tarrant County, Texas. Walker is running for the Senate from Georgia. What's wrong with this picture? Well, it might be that Walker doesn't live in the state he wants to represent in the Senate.
Oh ... my. What does that mean for Raffensberger, the chief election official in Georgia? It means he might be forced, just a week before runoff Election Day, to disqualify Walker. Does he act now, sending a message to Georgians who are set to vote either for Walker or the Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock?
Raffensberger, newly re-elected as secretary of state, is no stranger to controversy. Donald Trump pressured Raffensberger to "find" 11,780 votes for Trump to swing the state that had voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 president election. Raffensberger declined, saying he could do no such thing under the law.
A part of me cannot escape the poetic justice that would be delivered if it is determined that Herschel Walker -- a one-time University of Georgia football star -- no longer calls Georgia home. That he actually is hanging his hat these days in Texas.
Why should anyone care? Because Democrats have a chance to win a 51st Senate seat, given them an actual majority in the upper legislative chamber.
It also goes to demonstrate in graphic terms the miserable quality of Herschel Walker as a candidate for the U.S. Senate.