Nathan Deal's campaign for governor is not about glamour.
Recently, his campaign SUV stopped outside Cartersville at Bartow Precast, a small company that makes concrete septic tanks, grease traps and storm drain enclosures.
Deal met the company's president, Michael Tidwell, and learned about his struggles to keep going during the recession.
Standing next to huge concrete blocks, Deal made a short video with Tidwell as part of a "Real People, Real Jobs" series he posts on his Web site.
"I believe Georgians need a governor that is as solid as this piece of concrete," Deal said, pounding his fist.
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