Sheffield Endorsed By Harp, Northington, And Collum.

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Senator Seth Harp and Stephen Northington Endorse Maria Sheffield

Maria Sheffield is honored to announce that state Senator Seth Harp of Columbus and Stephen Northington of Cobb County have endorsed her campaign for Insurance Commissioner.

The following statement may be attributed to state Senator Seth Harp and Stephen Northington:

We support Maria because we can personally attest to her credentials as a true person of character and a candidate who has offered positive policy solutions for the issues facing Georgia’s next Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner. Throughout the campaign, we have had the chance to see the true character of Maria Sheffield and know she will serve with honor and distinction in this office.

We hope you will join us in casting your ballot for Maria Sheffield for Insurance Commissioner on Tuesday, August 10.

The following statement may be attributed to Maria Sheffield:

I am humbled and honored to receive the endorsement of these two Georgia leaders. I look forward to working with them as we bring a positive message to the people of Georgia in this run-off for conservative leadership at the Department of Insurance.

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RICK COLLUM ENDORSES MARIA SHEFFIELD

By Maria Sheffield, on Jul 23, 2010

Maria Sheffield is honored to announce that Rick Collum has endorsed her campaign for Insurance Commissioner.

The following statement may be attributed to Rick Collum:

I will be casting my vote for Maria Sheffield in the run-off election for insurance commissioner. Between Ralph Hudgens and Maria Sheffield, the choice has to be Maria Sheffield.

The following statement may be attributed to Maria Sheffield:

I am humbled and honored to receive the endorsement of Rick Collum. It was a pleasure to get to know Rick as we were both candidates in the Republican Primary for Insurance Commissioner. I look forward to working with Rick as we bring a positive message to the people of Georgia in this run-off for conservative leadership at the Department of Insurance.

18 comments

  1. Lady Thinker says:

    I do wish these people would give more detail as to why they are supporting the candidate they have chosen.

    • Provocateur says:

      Interesting point to make, LT. Perhaps the same question should be asked of Sarah Palin who would have just been recently introduced to Karen Handel, and not know one thing except what someone else told her about Handel, to decide to endorse her.

      At least these people who endorse Sheffield have spent more time with her on the campaign trail than Palin would have been able to spend with Handel before she “decided” to endorse Handel.

  2. Chris says:

    Not sure how much of a person of character Sheffield could be after hiring Breedlove and Ballou.

    I’m waiting for Purcell to endorse, which he has indicated on Facebook he will do.

    • Provocateur says:

      Chris,

      I was under the impression you were able to think for yourself.

      You appear to be a sheep, though, waiting for your Shepherd Purcell to make a decision for you.

  3. Guess Harp thinks Sheffield will be better than Hudgens as far as the alleged “ethics cloud” hanging over the IC’s office. Since a lot of you seemed to take Harp’s opinions seriously (at least when Harp was criticizing Oxendine), does this mean you’ll give Sheffield a second chance?

      • GoMomGo1195 says:

        Amen, Mary! SOOO very true! And don’t forget the office for Public Service Commission candidate Tim Echols. He’s Ox’s campaign manager. If Sheffield and Echols win it’s FOUR MORE YEARS of Oxendine in BOTH offices!

        • polisavvy says:

          It’s a lose/lose situation with either of them, in my opinion. Just more “Oxendines” in power.

  4. ACCmoderate says:

    I sure don’t like Ralph Hudgens, but I also don’t like the idea of a lady who spent her time learning the ropes from the mighty John Oxendine.

    Can we get a do-over?

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