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U.S. Rep. Mac Collins endorses Max Wood for Attorney General
MACON – Former U.S. Rep. Mac Collins a beloved political veteran from Middle Georgia has endorsed Max Wood to become the state’s newest attorney general.
Collins, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1993 to 2005, said he respected Wood’s work during the eight years Wood served as the U.S. Attorney for Middle Georgia. Collins described Wood as professional and hard working. He said he was happy to offer the endorsement.
“I like Max, he’s a fine man,” Collins said Tuesday. “I feel very confident he will make a fine attorney general, which I consider to be the top law enforcement officer in Georgia.”
Wood said he was honored and privileged to receive the endorsement of someone as esteemed as Collins, a small businessman, a good Christian conservative and a man who has served Middle Georgia well while living the American dream.
“Mac is a solid, true conservative who shares the same cultural values that I share and that I raise my children to adhere to,” Wood said.