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July 29, 2003

Vienna-- A Georgia Congressman is setting up shop in several South Georgia towns.

3rd District Congressman Jim Marshall was in Vienna, a makeshift tent serving as his office. Voters were there to greet him and share concerns about health care and the economy. Marshall says government must be accessible to people, "People need to care about what there government does. People need to know who there representative is. If you abandon the process you abandoning our future in a sense."

Marshall will be in Macon County tomorrow morning, at the Flint River Shopping Center.

Posted at 2:45 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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