Time to support Michelle Nunn

Today I am more excited than ever to be a Nunn for Senate Coweta County Team Leader because I have confidence that 2014 is going to be a game-changer in the South – and it's going to start with the people of Georgia electing Michelle Nunn to the U.S. Senate. The Georgia Republicans have selected their nominee, David Perdue, and now the general election is officially under way.

In these first 24 hours of the general election, we need to have Michelle Nunn's back. Her campaign has launched "Georgia On My Mind: A Michelle Nunn Money Bomb" – and I hope you'll join me in helping to make it a huge success.

The chance to elect Michelle Nunn is the chance of a lifetime. Will you join me in donating whatever you can at michellenunn.com/georgiaonmymind?

Michelle has spent twenty-five years growing and building volunteer organizations into worldwide organizations that mobilize millions of volunteers each year. She has empowered and mobilized friends, neighbors, and strangers to help veterans transition back to civilian life, feed families struggling in the face of economic downturn, and even build new homes after Hurricane Katrina.

I am honored to be volunteering my time and energy as a Nunn for Senate Coweta County Team Leader to support someone as dedicated to community service as Michelle.

We need to make sure that, come November, Georgia voters know just how clear the choice is between Michelle and David Perdue.

Please help us make a big splash by going to michellenunn.com/georgiaonmymind right now and donating whatever you can to Michelle’s campaign.

Sincerely,

Robert L. Wood

Former commissioner 5th District Coweta



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