U.S. Senate Candidate Jack Kingston visits Newnan

by Celia Shortt

U.S. Senate Candidate Jack Kingston visited Redneck Cafe in Newnan on Monday morning to talk to voters and discuss his campaign platform. The issues in his campaign platform deal with bureaucratic overreach, a strong national defense, fiscal responsibility, tax simplification, energy independence, and workfair over welfare. Kingston is currently a U.S. Representative for Georgia’s First District.

For the complete article, see Wednesday’s print and digital editions of “The Newnan Times-Herald.”



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