Jason Carter speaks at Paine

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014 12:29 PM
Last updated Thursday, July 17, 2014 12:31 AM
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Jason Carter, a Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, spoke today to the annual conference of the 6th Episcopal District of the CME Church meeting at Paine College. Augusta Mayor-Elect Hardie Davis also attended today’s event.

Gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter speaks in Augusta on Wednesday.  TODD BENNETT/STAFF
TODD BENNETT/STAFF
Gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter speaks in Augusta on Wednesday.
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Riverman1
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Riverman1 07/16/14 - 11:52 am
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Deja vu

This deja vu with another Carter is making me ill. If Jason Carter wins I'm going to find a case of Billy Beer and drink it all in one sitting.

corgimom
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corgimom 07/16/14 - 01:13 pm
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How is it that the CME church

How is it that the CME church is a tax-exempt organization but that is hosting a political candidate of one particular party?

corgimom
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corgimom 07/16/14 - 01:51 pm
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It's defacto endorsement, and

It's defacto endorsement, and wrong.

LL, what are your thoughts?

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jimmymac 07/16/14 - 03:34 pm
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CARTER
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It would seem ironic that a college run as poorly as Paine would ask the son of the second worst president in history to speak there.

Sweet son
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Sweet son 07/16/14 - 05:10 pm
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Hey corgi, maybe his speaking at the meeting was to be about

preaching and praying. I hope there was no endorsement and I hope he was just someone to look at on the podium. I was thinking a donation from his to the Paine Foundation might be nice but Bradley would figure out a way to squander it. The man knows nothing about being an administrator especially with his money handling techniques. I really can't understand how Paine and SC State can't manage money without stealing from one account to pay of debt somewhere else. And then to have the audacity to start a football program. Good for school spirit, I suppose so, but just another iron in the fire to waste money on.

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Pops 07/16/14 - 07:03 pm
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You think that if he gets elected

that Paine is gonna want some state funds because it is so important that they exist........?? Bet they do....

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