Monday, March 9, 2009

The best choice for dems: Terry Coleman for Ag Commissioner.

Terry Coleman (D-Eastman) is the deputy agriculture commissioner of Georgia, serving under Tommy Irvin (D-Mt. Airy) who will retire in 2010. Coleman is believed to be the frontrunner to run in place of Tommy Irvin in 2010. Coleman is from Dodge County in Central Georgia who served in the State Legislature from 1972 to 2005. In addition, he was speaker of the house from 2002 to 2004. I am endorsing Coleman for Agriculture Commissioner because he can continue the outstanding work of Tommy Irvin & he can continue to keep Georgia as the leader of Agriculture in the U.S. His rural roots & downhome conservatism makes him the best candidate for a position that is focused in food safety, food quality, protection of all the farmers of crops, plants, livestock & the unantcipated loss from natural disasters or otherwise. By him being from rural Georgia, he can get votes of farmers. ranchers, as well from rural voters who are moderate to conservative on various issues. He can maintain & inherit Irvin's network of supporters across the state is a reason I have endorsed Coleman. Although he hasn't announced whether or not he will seek the seat he have my upmost support if he does run, which I think he will.

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