Georgia Mayors, Council Members Back Kemp for Governor

(Athens, GA) – Conservative businessman Brian Kemp continues to earn support from hardworking Georgians throughout the Peach State. Today, Kemp added over forty Mayors and Council Members to his growing list of endorsements of local elected officials and grassroots supporters.

“As Secretary of State, I have traveled to all 159 counties to meet local leaders and learn about the opportunities and challenges in their respective communities,” said Kemp. “It is an honor to have so many of these Mayors and Council Members join the campaign, back our 4-Point Plan, and help organize grassroots efforts in all four corners of the state. Together, we will earn victory at the ballot box and put hardworking Georgians first.”

The following are proud to endorse Brian Kemp for Governor:

Councilman Cameron Andrews, Centerville 
Mayor Rick Austin, Demorest 
Mayor Ames Barnett, Washington 
Councilman Larry Bradley, Monroe 
Councilman Steve Broadbent, Johns Creek 
William “Pete” Bridges, Tallapoosa 
Mayor Dan Curry, Loganville 
Mayor Bill Darsey, Lakeland 
Councilman Wayne Dimsdale, Walnut Grove 
Councilwoman Lisa Dunn, Mansfield 
Mayor Steve Edwards, Sugar Hill 
Mayor Steve Fry, Williamson 
Mayor John Gayle, Valdosta 
Mayor John Harley, Centerville 
Councilman Jason Holt, Fitzgerald 
Councilman John Hughes, Alma 
Mayor Charles Ivey, Watkinsville 
Mayor Jan Jones, Sasser 
Councilman Jason Joyner, Pearson 
Mayor Pro-Tem David Keener, Social Circle 
Mayor David Earl Keith, Jesup 
Mayor Ken Lee, Rincon 
Mayor Lamar Lee, Walnut Grove 
Councilman Rey Martinez, Loganville 
Councilman Wayne McGuinty, Rochelle 
Councilman Dan Merkel, Alpharetta 
Councilwoman Mary Ann Mitcham, Hampton 
Mayor Lee Moore, Franklin Springs 
Mayor Peggy Murphy, Alma 
Mayor Roy Plott, Jefferson 
Mayor Johnny Pritchett, Bishop 
Councilman Steve Quinn, Jefferson 
Councilman Allen Rassi, St. Marys 
Mayor Michael Richbourg, Nashville 
Councilman Jimmy Richardson, Monroe 
Mayor Jefferson Riley, Mansfield 
Councilman Bill Rosenfeld, Tucker 
Councilman Bunny Scoggins, Williamson 
Councilman Chris Smith, Covington 
Mayor Stephen Tingen, Gray 
Councilman Randall Walker, Perry 
Councilwoman Mary Lott Walker, Blackshear 
Mayor Patricia Wheeler, Stone Mountain 
Councilman Donald Wilson, Commerce 
Mayor Mike Young, McRae-Helena 
Former Councilman Kenny Hodges, Winterville