The Democrat opposing U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston denied Monday he’s running out of money, even though his campaign manager quit and said he wasn’t sure the candidate could afford his $2,000-a.m.onth fee.
The Rev. Jim Nelson, a Savannah minister and former Army officer, has sought to convince voters and donors that he’s not just a long-shot against Kingston, who has become a powerful Republican leader in Congress after 12 years of representing southeast Georgia.
By the way, you can buy Rev. Nelson’s book, Where Would Jesus Put The Sidewalks?: A Study of Faith & Politics: A Most Holy Alliance, here.