Moultrie Observer


October 3, 2012

Geared for the run

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The Moultrie Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening ribbon cutting for the Colquitt County Republican Party’s new location. The Republican Party headquarters, located at 591 South Main Street (Reeves Properties Annex), announces that campaign yard signs and bumper stickers are now available for pickup. For the community’s convenience, items can be picked up by contacting Republican Party Chairman, Hayden Willis, at 668-0379 or Party Secretary, Bill Acuff, at 668-1007. Party Chairman, Hayden Willis (centered) was joined by State Representative Elect Sam Watson, Debbie Cannon representing the office of Senator Saxby Chambliss, State Representative Jay Powell, Roy Reeves, many community leaders, and Chamber Board members and staff.

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