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By far, Diane B. Evans is the best choice to become our next representative for Georgia House District 127.

Evans’ extensive record of community service and political involvement cannot be matched by any candidate seeking this seat. Her body of work throughout her life has been dedicated to giving back to the community, and helping seniors and children. She has experience in government and knows the issues facing District 127.

A retired educator of 25 years, Evans has stood with teachers and paraprofessionals in opposing furloughs while seeking increased faculty pay and enhanced school safety.

Evans has the qualifications and background to provide the voters of Richmond and Jefferson counties with accessible, hard-working representation. That’s why I think she is overwhelmingly endorsed for the District 127 seat. On Dec. 3, elect proven leadership. Diane B. Evans is a leader you can trust.

James Trotter

Gracewood

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soapy_725
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soapy_725 11/17/13 - 10:21 am
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Wanting to begin a new career as career politician. Lips moving?
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Wanting to begin a new career as career politician. Lips moving?

soapy_725
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soapy_725 11/17/13 - 10:23 am
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Politician, Trust, Lying. What word does not belong with the
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others? Even children know this game.

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teaparty 11/17/13 - 02:42 pm
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'Diane B. Evans is a leader
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'Diane B. Evans is a leader you can trust.'
If Ms. Evans is a democrat you can not trust her.

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