Thursday, May 27, 2010

Appalachian Democrat Joseph Mann (D-Mineral Bluff) will try to win open State Senate Seat 51

There is another open State Senate seat that is being vacated & its up in the Georgia Mountains. Senate Seat 51, which was held by Chip pearson who resigned under a cloud of suspicion has a democrats running for that seat.

His name is Joseph Mann (D-Mineral Bluff), who lives on a small farm in Fannin County with his wife Jennifer.

For those who doesn't know where Mineral Bluff is located, its located right on the Ga-Tennessee border in Fannin County.

Mann, 32 who is owner of JM Southern Development, in which he is a a developer & builder is looking to become the first democrat to hold that seat since the 1990s.

Mann platform includes Restoring the Homeoners Tax Relief Grant, Lowering Taxes for Working Families, Increase funding for Ga State Patrol, creating jobs for North Ga, & invest in education, etc.

Mann says: We face serious issues in these changing times. While the tough issues of the economy, tax reform, public safety and education affect us all, I look forward to the future. I believe now is the time for a progressive vision that will lead us to the prosperity we can achieve together. Currently, we are at a crucial crossroads. I hope to bring a renewed energy and vision to the State Senate - a new voice for all our families, and prosperity for north Georgia's future.

Mann, a moderate, is a everyday working family man who wants to be a new voice for all of North Georgia Families & to bring prosperity to the North Ga Region.

His website is

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