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September 5, 2003

Tifton--  Republican Joseph Carter plans to run for the District 13 Georgia Senate seat, now held by Rooney Bowen.

Carter says his ability to relate to the public will help him make the right decisions for constituents. "I think what people in this district need is somebody who is living the life that they live," said Carter. 

"I’m concerned about my children's education. Everyday they come home, I ask how was school today? I'm concerned about my small business. I run a small business. I'm concerned about taxes. I'm concerned about the regulations we face in providing jobs for those who work in our communities."

The forty-year-old attorney says he is beginning his campaign a year early to find out the concerns and questions of the public.

posted at 2:30PM by dave.miller@walb.com

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