Thursday, July 20, 2006

Buckner or Hicks?? Endorsement Rumors are Flying

Who is the best choice for Democrats? Perhaps I should ask, who is most likely to defeat Karen Handel? Rumors of endorsements for each of them are flying today, but I'm not going to repeat the rumors until I have confirmation from the candidates. (Hint, hint.) That, of course does not stop you from speculating.

If you have not decided who to support in this race, or just want to come out to hear your favorite candidate, join us in Macon next Friday, July 28th at noon for "Politics and Lunch." Both Buckner and Hicks will be in Macon next Friday for this monthly event. More information is available below.



POLITICS AND LUNCH TO HOST DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR SECRETARY OF STATE

On Friday, July 28th at noon, “Politics and Lunch” will host Gail Buckner and Darryl Hicks, the top two vote getters for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State. The runoff election will be held on August 8, 2006. In addition, Frank Martin, brother of Jim Martin who is in the runoff for the nomination for Lt. Governor, will be on hand as a representative of the “Jim for Georgia” Campaign.

Politics and Lunch, a forum for policy makers and politicians, meets on the last Friday of each month at noon to examine the relationship between politics, policy and quality of life in the mid-state. There is nothing to join, and everyone is welcome to attend.

Due to the closure of The Willow on Fifth, the new location for the luncheon is Nashville Station, located at 1015 Riverside Drive in Macon. The only cost, for your lunch, is $8.00, plus tax and tip. Reservations are not required but are recommended and may be made by contacting Amy Morton at amymorton@aol.com.

7 comments:

LonelyDem said...

Jesus is endorsing Darryl Hicks.

liberalandproud said...

They both turned me off during the debate. Hicks was like a broken record with the "customer service" mantra. Enough already. I'm still in shock that Reddy and Holcomb both did so poorly.

Amy Morton said...

Well, Jesus was not one of the rumors I heard...

Ed Hula III said...

you are gonna get a ton of spam by putting your email address in like that.

LonelyDem said...

I definetely prefer Jesus to endorse than Jesus telling candidates to run for office.

Lyman Hall said...

I like both of them. I voted for Gail Buckner, and I will vote for her again in the run-off. Dr. Rep. Louise McBee (D-Athens) endorsed Buckner, and I respect her opinion a lot. I think Buckner's legislative experience could have a chance against Handel.

Amy Morton said...

Probably, Ed. Too late.