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By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email | twitter

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - As elections approach, people will have the choice to decide Georgia's next policy makers. That includes the next supreme court justice on the state's high court.

Incumbent Justice David Nahmias made a campaign stop in Albany. Nahmias has served 20 years as a prosecutor and a year as a supreme court justice after Sunny Perdue appointed him to the Supreme Court last year.

"I have a 15-year record in public service," said Nahmias. "I was a prosecutor in Atlanta. I prosecuted terrorists, other bad guys, and public officials from both parties. I'm the only candidate who actually has a record enforcing the law."

Nahmias has served as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia since 2004. He's running against Tammy Adkins and Matt Wilson.


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