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Welcome, to the official website of Hayden Collins, a Conservative Republican of North West Georgia.  This website is unique, in that it offers links to Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. Tune into the Hayden Collins Radio Program on Saturdays at noon.  (Newstalk 1270 WYXC)  These sites will keep you up to date on the latest issues of importance to the citizens of North West Georgia, as well as the entire State of Georgia.  This website also includes several community service links of which Hayden has been a part of and associated within his community.  Over the past 20 years, Hayden and his family have served North West Georgia and the State of Georgia as Foster/Adoptive Parents.  Hayden’s other community service includes such groups as the Boy Scouts of America, Civil Air Patrol, ESGR, and the Georgia Youth Challenge.  Please take the time to get to know Hayden.  Hayden@HaydenCollins.org

Political mistake, clever strategy – or NUNN of the above?

For Immediate Release:

Political mistake, clever strategy – or NUNN of the above?
Collins and Sully take a memo on WGST’s “The Sully Show”

This past Monday, a memo outlining the fundraising strategy for Michelle Nunn’s Senate campaign was apparently left out in an area frequented by Republicans.  Was this a disaster – or genius?

Hayden Collins called into “The Sully Show” to ask Sully if there’s a similarity between this “accident” and a tactic the Obama administration used when the Affordable Care Act was “leaked” before its first appearance in Congress.

By the next day, conservative talk show hosts were pounding on the Nunn campaign about the contents of the memo.  But by nightfall, with all of the Conservative criticism this stirred up – between the blogs, talk shows, and Tweets – the Nunn campaign found itself with their candidate’s name all over the news and social media.

Collins pointed out that Nunn’s campaign couldn’t have bought this amount of advertising. “In a political campaign, any press is good press.”  The more the Conservatives get stirred up, the more free press it means for their opponent.

After talking about the ongoing efforts of Georgia’s Senate race and how this “leaked” memo fits into it, Collins added, “Don’t be surprised what happens next on the political chessboard.”  2016 has already started.

Collins is the host of the weekly “The Hayden Collins Radio Program”.  Described as “political commentary with a North Georgia sense of humor”, Hayden’s show brings his wide-ranging perspective to current – and future! – political topics, that he discusses with his “Intelligence Syndicate” across the country, and a “roundtable” free-for-all with his crew of interns from local high schools and universities.

Listen to “The Hayden Collins Radio Program” live or online Saturdays at 12 noon Eastern time, with archived shows on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/HaydenTCollins. A Conservative Republican, veteran, and businessman, Hayden’s voice of reason challenges the “business as usual” of established political interests, brings the perspectives of the Next Generation to national issues and global events, and calls for leadership that can bridge the gap and offer engaging and innovative solutions for a better future.

Hayden invites listeners’ comments and questions at radioshow@haydencollins.org

For additional information: contact Joe Salome (404) 455 4681

WGST’s Election Day commentary with a North Georgia sense of humor

July 28, 2014

WGST’s Election Day commentary with a North Georgia sense of humor:

Hayden Collins brought his insight on the candidates’ last-minute political maneuvering to “The Sully Show” on WGST during Georgia’s run-off election on Tuesday July 22nd.  Collins and Sully talked about the strategies behind the final mailers and appearances, Tweets and Facebook pushes, and how much campaign fatigue was showing as Collins’ “Intelligence Syndicate” hit the candidates’ post-poll parties.

“Sully’s show has a great format, and I was glad to be a part of it: having the opportunity to do election coverage with him, breaking it down and great conversation, and having callers’ input greatly enhanced the show,” Collins said.

2016 starts now, Collins said, as he and Sully looked at how the winners of the run-off and November’s general election will be the boots on the ground for the government’s last chance to make some progress, before it’s all about the Presidential election.  Which way will the wind blow in the Senate – and is it a polarizing wind?  And when will we know who’s going to be running for the White House?

Collins is the host of the weekly “The Hayden Collins Radio Program”.  Described as “political commentary with a North Georgia sense of humor”, Hayden’s show brings his wide-ranging perspective to current – and future! – political topics, that he discusses with his correspondents across the country, and a “roundtable” free-for-all with his crew of interns from local high schools and universities.

Listen to “The Hayden Collins Radio Program” live or online Saturdays at 12 noon Eastern time, with archived shows on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/HaydenTCollins. A Conservative Republican, veteran, and businessman, Hayden’s voice of reason challenges the “business as usual” of established political interests, brings the perspectives of the Next Generation to national issues and global events, and calls for leadership that can bridge the gap and offer engaging and innovative solutions for a better future.

Hayden invites listeners’ comments and questions at radioshow@haydencollins.org

For additional information: contact Joe Salome (404) 455 4681