Posts in Category: Washington Post

Glencoe, Ala., for The Washington Post

The city of Glencoe, Ala., has been in a struggle — a spiritual one — many of its residents believe. The constant decline of Christianity from public life, they say, has been deteriorating this country’s morals and values. The latest example of this, according to Glencoe residents, is the fact that the city was all but forced to take down the Christian flag that had been flying at City Hal since the 1990s. The mayor, Charlie Gilchrist (above), reluctantly agreed to do so after receiving a complaint from a Wisconsin-based non-profit, Freedom From Religion Foundation. “It is unconstitutional for a government entity to fly a flag with a patently religious symbol and meaning on its grounds . . .” the complaint letter stated.

6th Congressional District for The Washington Post

I spent some more time in Georgia’s 6th congressional district earlier this week, this time for the Washington Post. I hung out in Roswell and Chamblee, photographing voters who were interviewed for the story. He asked about their thoughts on Trump and how they felt about the 6th district candidates. Nice story by Bob Costa, you can read it here: http://wapo.st/2sjRzDi.
Tuesday’s election should be very interesting, it’s already the most expensive House race in history.