GaSen#8 Announces Campaign Site

The 8th announced candidate for Georgia’s Senate seat, Art Gardner, has launched his campaign website. In line with his “off the beaten Republican path”, big-tent-party campaign message, his website features several interactive “clicks”, an Action Center and an ‘About’ page that actually talks about the candidate on a personal level.
Down to earth much?
The press release with some discussion is below.

November 20, 2013
Atlanta-GA—November 20, 2013—Today, Republican candidate for the United States Senate, Art Gardner, has announced the launch of his campaign website.  Art Gardner expects this cutting-edge website to engage young voters.

The website is designed to reflect the contemporary message Gardner stands behind: a detailed plan to solve the budget crisis, social tolerance, and bi-partisanship.  The new website,, provides voters with the ability to interactively learn Gardner’s political platforms.  Those interested in volunteering or supporting the campaign are easily able to get involved through this media outlet as well.

“We are very excited about the new website and the site’s ability to reach a broad audience.  The website’s detailed messaging and engaging nature will allow us to reach vast swaths of voters; voters who are unlikely to be swayed by countless attack ads and robo-calls.  The internet, social media and the like are the keys to modern political campaigns and we are right there with this website,” stated Gardner.

Gardner launched his campaign in early October as the 8th candidate for this empty Senate seat.  Since the, Gardner has been gaining momentum and support, some of which has come from Georgia’s colleges and universities.  “Many of the policies that are being put into place will have a negative effect on the younger generation.  I believe my budget plan and social tolerance is a message that will not only resonate with the younger generation, but will provide for them in the years to come.”

Art Gardner spent over a decade working as a car mechanic and then as a manufacturing engineer with Lockheed martin based in Georgia.  In 1995, he founded the law firm Gardner Groff Greenwald & Villanueva, which specializes in intellectual property matters.  He received a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and Juris Doctor Georgia State.  He is a former chairman of the Atlanta Society of Automotive Engineers and Boy Scout Leader.  Art and his wife Anita have two adult sons and a daughter in college.  They reside in Marietta.



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