KEMP RACKS UP 25 ENDORSEMENTS AT GMA
(Athens, GA) - After spending two days at the annual Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) convention in Savannah, conservative businessman Brian Kemp added 25 local elected officials to his growing list of endorsements.
"Local leaders throughout Georgia know that I will be a governor who puts people - and good policy - ahead of politics," said Kemp. "As the only candidate who has spent time in all 159 counties, I am equipped to lead our entire state - including rural communities - forward."
Earlier this month, Kemp announced endorsements from 350 elected officials and 2200 grassroots leaders from every county in Georgia.
Kemp for Governor Endorsements:
Jonesboro Councilman Ed Wise
Villa Rica Mayor Jeff Reese
Williamson Mayor Steve Fry
Dublin City Council Curtis Edwards
Valdosta Councilman Tim Carroll
Dahlonega Councilman Bruce Hoffman
Dallas City Councilman Jim Henson
Newnan Mayor Keith Brady
Thomaston Mayor JD Stallings
Acworth Alderman Brett North
Monroe Councilman Lee Malcom
Gray Mayor Ed Barbee
Duluth Councilman Billy Jones
Kingsland Councilman Mike McClain
Kingsland Councilman Jim McClain
McRae-Helena Councilman Mike Morris
Eatonton Mayor Walter Rocker
Gordon Mayor Kenneth Turner
Varnell Councilman David Owens
Acworth Alderman Albert Price
Warner Robins Councilman Tim Thomas
Elberton Councilman Troy Colquitt
Madison Mayor Pro Tem Richard Blanton
Camilla Councilman Danny Palmer
Savannah Alderman Brian Foster
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