Barrow opens Broad Street campaign office

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U.S. Congressman John Barrow has opened a new campaign headquarters in downtown Augusta.

Barrow spokesman Richard Carbo invited the public to a 6 p.m. Friday open house at the campaign office on 1036 Broad St.

Barrow, a Savannah attorney, recently bought a home on Wheeler Road in Augusta after state legislators drew his Savannah home out of the 12th Congressional District.

A Democrat, Barrow has maintained a field office in the ANIC Building, 925 Laney Walker Blvd., for several years. The leased space downtown, owned by Haltermann Partners, costs Barrow $4,000 in rent, according to a July campaign financial report.

Barrow faces the winner of a Republican primary runoff for the seat in November. Unless a recount changes the runoff results, that will be Grovetown state Rep. Lee Anderson.

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PhiloPublius
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PhiloPublius 09/04/12 - 03:49 pm
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It just goes to show you

Nothing good happens on broad street anymore.

Sweet son
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Sweet son 09/04/12 - 04:58 pm
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Do You Suppose.................

he has a picture of Barry O in the window? Don't you just love the Republicans commercial calling him Barry's man! LOL!

nnaugusta
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nnaugusta 09/04/12 - 05:12 pm
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Hey Barrow.....What is your

Hey Barrow.....What is your take on the renaming of our colleges? Your potential voters here would like to know this answer! I think this question should be anwered by ANY candidate that is voted on by the citizens of RC/CC.

rmwardsr
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rmwardsr 09/04/12 - 06:37 pm
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Do you suppose has a relative

Do you suppose has a relative named "Wheel"?

Jake
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Jake 09/04/12 - 06:42 pm
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Or

Or Clyde?

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