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April 23, 2003

Moultrie - U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss now has a new office in southwest Georgia.

Senator Chambliss' office in his hometown of Moultrie was open to visitors Wednesday afternoon. The building is on South Main Street. His wife, Julianne, gave visitors a special tour.

Senator Chambliss says he's been extremely busy with his new position, but always enjoys coming home. He says, "It's a great feeling, obviously Moultrie was drawn out of my congressional district in 96, so even though I still lived here we didn't have a place to call home from an office standpoint. Now that I represent all of Georgia it's nice to have a presence back in southwest Georgia."

Senator Chambliss also has offices in Altanta, Macon and Washington, D.C.

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