August 17, 2002
by Jocelyn Maner
Senator Michael Meyer Von Bremen, along with Lt. Governor Mark Taylor went door to door today on Colquitt Avenue.
Incumbent, Von Bremen, is running against Representative John White for the twelfth district senate seat.
Taylor supports Von Bremen. Von Bremen says going door to door helps him connect with the people he serves.
Meyer von Bremen says, "We've had a great grass root effort going door to door like this for many weeks and the response of the people going door to door has been very good and we're proud to hear that."
Next Tuesday, make sure you keep it right here on Channel 10 for your full election coverage.
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