Grassroots group makes another endorsement in July 20, 2010 Republican primary
The 9.12 Project Action Network of Georgia is pleased to announce their endorsement of Sam Olens to be Georgiaʼs next Attorney General. Sam Olens is the immediate past Chairman of the Cobb County Board of Commissioners and the Atlanta Regional Commission, and is now running for the open office of Attorney General.
“With a proven track record of Constitutional conservative credibility and fiscal sanity Sam Olens is our choice in the Republican primary in July,” said Tricia Pridemore, Chair of the 9.12 Project Action Network in Georgia. “His deep understanding of issues critical to Georgia such as water rights and illegal immigration, coupled with his exemplary legal background make him an obvious choice to serve as Georgiaʼs top legal counsel.”
“I am thrilled to receive the endorsement of the 9.12 Project Action Network. As Attorney General, I will fight for the rights of Georgians to be represented and protected by individuals who respect limited government, equal justice and the rule of law. Our government must be based on common sense conservative values,” said Sam Olens.
Endorsements are determined by an 11-person board of 9.12 Project members who research every candidate in a given race then vote to determine the endorsement.
Endorsed candidates must agree to the 9 principles and 12 values core to the group, and agree to uphold the Georgia and United States Constitutions. Beyond the public endorsement, 9.12 Project Action Network members actively volunteer for the endorsed candidates through neighborhood canvassing, phone banking, and other forms of voter outreach.
Sam Olens for Attorney General joins other 9.12 Project Action Network endorsed candidates: Melvin Everson for state Labor Commissioner; Doug MacGinnitie for Secretary of State; Gerry Purcell for Insurance Commissioner; Christian Coomer for Georgia House District 14; Charlice Byrd for Georgia House District 20; Calvin Rhodes for Georgia House District 41; Buzz Brockway for Georgia House District 101; Brett Harrell for Georgia House District 106; Joe Anderson for state Senate District 9; Judson Hill for state Senate District 32; Barry Loudermilk for state Senate District 52; and David Belle Isle for state Senate District 56.
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