Price Endorsements

Tom Price has up his list of basic re-election endorsements. They include Tom Tancredo — Mr. Anti-Immigration. The full list is below the fold.

Price re-election endorsements include:

U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson
U.S. Representative Nathan Deal
U.S. Representative Phil Gingrey
U.S. Representative Jack Kingston
U.S. Representative John Linder
U.S. Representative Charlie Norwood
U.S. Representative Tom Tancredo
U.S. Representative Lynn Westmoreland
State Senator Judson Hill, District 32
State Senator Dan Moody, District 56
State Senator Chip Rogers, District 21
State Senator David Shafer, District 48
State Senator Dan Weber, District 40
Speaker Pro Tempore Mark Burkhalter, District 50
State Representative Charlice Byrd, District 20
State Representative Sharon Cooper, District 41
State Representative Harry Geisinger, District 48
State Representative Calvin Hill, District 21
State Representative Jan Jones, District 46
State Representative Chuck Martin, District 47
State Representative Don Parsons, District 42
State Representative Joe Wilkinson, District 52
State Representative Wendall Willard, District 49

Commission Chairman Mike Byrd, Cherokee County
Commission Chairman Sam Olens, Cobb County

Commissioner Elaine Boyer, Dekalb County
Commissioner Derek V. Good, Cherokee County
Commissioner Tim Lee, Cobb County
Commissioner Tom Lowe, Fulton County
Commissioner Karen Mahurin, Cherokee County
Commissioner Lynne Riley, Fulton County
Commissioner Joe Lee Thompson, Cobb County

Mayor Tim Downing, Holly Springs
Mayor Eva Galambos, Sandy Springs
Mayor Donnie Henriques, Woodstock
Mayor Arthur Letchas, Alpharetta
Mayor Cecil Pruett, Canton
Mayor Rick Roberts, Ball Ground
Mayor Jere Wood, Roswell
Mayor Jim Wright, Mountain Park

Councilman D.C. Aiken, Alpharetta
Councilman Tiberio “Tibby

3 comments

  1. Jeff Emanuel says:

    Did I miscount, or is Tancredo the only non-Georgian official on that list?

    What do you think–is he specifically touting this endorsement this an effort to counter Konop’s vocal stance on immigration enforcement? Or does that have anything to do with it at all?

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