John Oxendine Launches Grassroots Georgia Tour

The following is the latest press release from John Oxendine:

John Oxendine Governor 2010 – The Grassroots Georgia Tour

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:  13 April, 2009                                                                           Kathryn Ballou, (404) 558-4905

John Oxendine Governor 2010 – The Grassroots Georgia Tour

John Oxendine, Republican candidate for Governor, has begun his grassroots listening tour of Georgia. The tour is called John Oxendine Governor 2010 – The Grassroots Georgia Tour.  It will be a multistage tour throughout the spring and summer taking John to every region of the state.

Stage one of the John Oxendine Governor 2010 Grassroots Georgia Tour runs Monday 13 April – Monday 20 April, 2009.

John will visit Appling, Bartow, Bibb, Carroll, Chatham, Clayton, Cobb, Coffee, Colquitt, Coweta, DeKalb, Dougherty, Fayette, Floyd, Fulton, Glynn, Gwinnett, Lowndes, McIntosh, Pierce, Thomas, Ware, Wayne, and Whitfield counties.

For regular photo updates on the trip, visit Facebook at John Oxendine for Georgia’s Governor and

Follow John’s journey as he posts on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook throughout the tour.

“I want to listen to Georgia.  I want to connect local governments back to our state government in a positive partnership based on mutual respect.  I want to protect our small business owners and local chambers of commerce.  I want to restore the grassroots of the Georgia GOP to their appropriate place in the party.  More than any of the above, though, I want every Georgia taxpayer to understand John Oxendine will be a Governor for all of Georgia,” said John Oxendine.

John Oxendine
Governor 2010

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