Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Key Endorsements Added as Seth Harp For Insurance Commissioner Continues to Gain Momentum

Hello from the campaign trail!

The excitement is building. Early voting is underway, and we are only 21 days away from the July 20 Primary. The race for Insurance Commissioner is heating up, and at this crucial time, I am honored to receive a number of key endorsements from Conservative Republican leaders from across the state. The state and local leaders share my conservative values of limiting government, cutting wasteful spending, and lowering taxes, and join a growing list of statewide support for my campaign.

With so much at stake in the 2010 elections, we need leaders that will fight for conservative principles, not waiver for political expediency. I promise to run the Office of the Insurance Commission with integrity, honor and accountability and to defend our shared conservative values. I appreciate your support and your vote.

Recently Added Endorsements:

Senator Cecil Staton, R-Macon
Senator John Douglas, R-Social Circle
Senator Ross Tolleson, R-Perry Senator Bill Hamrick, R-Carrolton
Representative Larry O'Neal, R-Perry
Representative Jay Roberts, R-Ocilla
Representative Richard Smith, R-Columbus
Representative Wendell Willard, R-Sandy Springs
Representative Harry Geisinger, R-Roswell
Representative Jill Chambers, R-Atlanta
Former Representative Buddy Delaoch of Hinesville
Sandy Springs City Councilwoman Karen Meinzen McEnerny
Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley
Monroe County Sheriff John Cary Bittick
Coweta County Sheriff Mike Yeager
Dawson County Commissioner Gary Pichon
Former Mayor of Columbus Bob Poydasheff
Former Mayor of Peachtree and candidate for Insurance Commissioner, Harold Logsdon

As always, please don't hesitate to contact me with your questions about my plan for the Office of the Insurance Commission. I can be reached at or by calling my office at 706.653.7741


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