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Lt. Governor candidate stops in Valdosta

January 31, 2006

Valdosta - A candidate for Georgia's Lieutenant Governor brought his campaign to South Georgia Tuesday.

Ralph Reed met with the College Republicans and other students at Valdosta State University.  He told them he's running for Lt. Governor because he thinks the Governor should have an ally, not an adversary to help him in making important decisions for this state.

Reed's top issues for Georgia are job creation, transportation improvements, and bringing back traditional values.  "I believe I can be a strong supporter of a conservative, pro-family budget, and a low taxes agenda at the state capital and that's what I'm going to do when I'm elected Lieutenant Governor," said Reed. 

Reed is former National Director of the Christian Coalition, former Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, and Southeast Campaign Chairman for Bush/Cheney 04.



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