Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Carl Camon visits Miller County.


When a gubernatorial candidate comes to Colquitt he/she gets free coverage, once.

Friday, August 31, ( the 31 hasn't come yet, an error on the reporter's part) gubernatorial candidate, Carl Camon, came to Colquitt, and spoke on the Miller County Courthouse about his race for governor.


Camon was the first African American mayor of Ray City, Georgia, and served five terms there. He has also served on various committees at the state level.


Friday, he told the spectators why he should be Georgia's next governor.


In Colquitt, the candidate talked to supporters about his platform which includes including fixing the state's budget woes, giving law enforcers more tools to fight crime, supporting a statewide high-speed rail system and helping build strong families.


"You're going to have a voice with Carl Camon as the next governor of Georgia; we're going to make sure that southwest Georgia and all of Georgia have a strong voice at the highest level of state gov- ernment, for so long citizens have been ignored," said Carl Camon, (D) gubernatorial candidate.


In Colquitt, the candidate talked to supporters about his platform which includes including fixing the state's budget woes, giving law enforcers more tools to fight crime, supporting a statewide high-speed rail system and helping build strong families.


"Also, I'm going to be focusing this election on education issues. As governor, we're going to fully fund education. We're going to find a way to do it. Education is the basis of everything else," said Carl Camon.

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