Last week, Right On Crime officially launched in the state Georgia.  In the process, Right On Crime caught the attention of legislators throughout the state, generated significant media attention, and added two prominent Georgia conservatives to the Statement of Principles: Ralph Reed of the Faith and Freedom Coalition and Larry Thompson, the former U.S. Deputy Attorney General under President George W. Bush.

The launch featured comments from David Keene, the former Chairman of the American Conservative Union, Kelly McCutchen of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, and Marc Levin of Right On Crime.  You can listen to audio from the Georgia launch by clicking below: