Jack Kingston Senate: Announces 62 Mid-State Endorsements

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Jack Kingston Senate: Announces 62 Mid-State Endorsements

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Kingston Campaign Announces Mid-State Endorsements
Sixty-two Elected Officials Endorse Candidacy for Senate

Sixty-two mid-state elected officials today publicly endorsed the candidacy of Jack Kingston for the Republican nomination for United States Senate.

Voting for the May 20 Republican primary has begun with  absentee ballots available and in person advance voting taking place all across Georgia.

Among those officials announcing their endorsement today, State Senator Ross Tolleson (R-Perry) chose to back Kingston because of his focus on service.

“America needs leaders in the U.S. Senate. Jack Kingston is willing and able to help lead America back to greatness,” said Tolleson.  “Jack Kingston will not be worried about re-election but rather about serving the people of Georgia and turning the country around.”

Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley accounted his support to Kingston’s values of frugality, hard work, and commitment to family.

“Jack Kingston is the only person running for the U.S. Senate in Georgia that is a truly proven conservative,” Jolley said.  “Jack Kingston is frugal, he is a hard worker and he has strong family values that I trust to be genuine.”

For Columbia County Commissioner Trey Allen, it is Kingston’s proven record of championing the conservative cause.

“I’m supporting Jack Kingston because he has a proven conservative record as a warrior for Georgia’s values and I want him to keep fighting for us in the U.S. Senate,” said Allen.  “In the end, I’m supporting him because he’s truly a good man and for that reason, I trust him to make a terrific Senator.”

Mayor Phil Best of Dublin attributed his support of Kingston to his ability to get things done while staying true to his values.

“Jack Kingston has always taken the common sense approach to his endeavors,”Best said.  “He stands behind his conservative principles and consistently works toward sensible solutions, which we need a lot more of in Washington.”

Those announcing their endorsement today include:

Comm. Buddy Adams, Laurens Co. Comm. Tom McMichael, Houston Co.
Comm. Trey Allen, Columbia State Rep. Randy Nix, District 69
Jimmy Allgood, Ga. Ports Authority Councilman John Parker, Swainsboro
Fmr. State Rep. Lee Anderson State Rep. Butch Parrish, District 158
Councilman Cameron Andrews, Centerville State Rep. Allen Peake, District 141
Mayor Jimmy Andrews, Sandersville State Rep. John Pezold, District 133
Mayor Hays Arnold, Thomaston Fmr Mayor Bob Poydasheff, Columbus
Comm. Gary Bechtel, Bibb Co. State Rep. Jimmy Pruett, District 149
Mayor Richard Bentley, Milledgeville Mayor James Rhodes, Rochelle
Mayor Phil Best, Dublin Chairwoman Helen Rice, Ga Bd of Education
Comm. David Brown, Wilcox Co Councilwoman Carolyn Robbins, Warner Robins
State Rep. Johnnie Caldwell Jr., Dist 131 Mayor King Rocker, Millen
Comm. Eugene Cason, Dooly Co. Mayor Sue Sammons, Lumber City
State Rep. Mike Cheokas, District 138 State Rep. Barbara Sims, District 123
State Rep. Robert Dickey, District 140 State Rep. Richard Smith, District 134
State Rep. Bubber Epps, District 144 Mayor Pro-Tem Jeffrey Smith, Sandersville
State Rep. Barry Fleming, District 121 Councilman Johnny Stafford, Swainsboro
Mayor Debbie Fountain, Alamo Chairman Tommy Stalnaker, Houston Co.
State Rep. Ben Harbin, District 122 State Sen. Cecil Staton, District 18
Mayor John Harley, Centerville Brother Stewart, Ga Bd of Nat. Resources
State Rep. Matt Hatchett, District 150 Fmr Sheriff Ronnie Strength, Richmond Co.
Comm. Terrell Hudson, Dooly Co. Ben Tarbutton, III, Ga. Bd of Regents
Duncan Johnson, Ga Bd of Nat. Resources Hugh Tarbutton, Ga. Ports Authority
Sheriff Mike Jolley, Harris Co Mayor Jim Thornton, LaGrange
Comm. Morris Jones, Troup Co Mayor Stephen Tingen, Gray
State Rep. Rusty Kidd, District 145 State Sen Ross Tolleson, District 20
Mayor Jimmy Kirkland, Milan Councilman Eddie Tucker, Centerville
Mayor Steve Lewis, Adrian Fmr Mayor Ken Turner, Gordon
Fmr Mayor Jeff Lukken, LaGrange Mayor Larry Wilson, Oak Park
Councilman Wayne McGuinty, Rochelle Sheriff James Woodruff, Troup Co
Mayor Adolph McLendon, Richland Mayor Mike Young, Helena

Kingston is a candidate to replace retiring Senator Saxby Chambliss.  In addition to the support of more than 300 public officials and countless grassroots activists, he has earned the support of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, conservative talk radio host Sean Hannity, and Georgia political figure Barbara Dooley among others.

Kingston grew up in shadow of the University of Georgia in Athens where his father was a professor in the college of education.   After earning a degree in economics from UGA, Kingston moved to Savannah where he first worked at the Port before launching a successful career selling business insurance.

To learn more about Kingston, his candidacy, and his vision for Georgia, visitwww.JackKingston.org.

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