Kingston Releases List of 159 County Chairmen

March 27, 2014 16:32 pm

by Jon Richards · 2 comments

Jack Kingston today became the first U.S. Senate candidate to release a list of county chairmen for each of Georgia’s 159 counties. The campaign’s ability to release such a list shows statewide support for a candidate who hails from Savannah.

From the press release:

Jack Kingston today announced the names of his Campaign Chairman in all 159 counties in Georgia. The individuals named have taken a leadership role in electing the pro-business, fiscal conservative to the U.S. Senate.

“We are grateful for the dedication and commitment of these Georgians to our efforts,” said Kingston. “With their help, we will restore the values of hard work, frugality, and idealism in the United States Senate.”

The County Chairmen announced today are listed below the fold.

Appling – Benny DeLoach

Jefferson – Charles Smith

Atkinson – Anthony Morris

Jenkins – King Rocker

Bacon – Eugene Dyal

Johnson – Joseph Sumner, Jr.

Baker – Lucius Adkins

Jones – Billy Moore

Baldwin – Carol Grant

Lamar – Jay Matthews

Banks – Dennis Brown

Lanier – Brian Sirmans

Barrow – Mike Rice

Laurens – Buddy Adams

Bartow – Jeff Watkins

Lee – Joe Marshall

Ben Hill – Jason Holt

Liberty – Clay Sikes

Berrien – Keith Stone

Lincoln – Nancy Powell

Bibb – Lee Gillis

Long – Elise Stafford

Bleckley – Randy Windham

Lowndes – Dr. J. Myron Faircloth

Brantley – Charlie Summerlin

Lumpkin – Doug Sherrill

Brooks – Vann Parrott

Macon – Ben Copeland, Jr.

Bryan – Brian Skibicki

Madison – Angela Bush

Bulloch – Brittany Tootle Brannen

Marion – Jimmy Howell

Burke – Dick Byne

McDuffie – Barrett Willis

Butts – Jimmy Adams

McIntosh – Bubba Hodge

Calhoun – Jimmy Webb

Meriwether – Faye Perdue

Camden – Bert Guy

Miller – Parks and Mardiel Callan

Candler – Patrick O’Connor

Mitchell – Richard Royal

Carroll – Griffin Garner

Monroe – Mark Baxter

Catoosa – Denice Dunagan

Montgomery – Tom Peterson

Charlton – Rita Eunice

Morgan – Mona Howard

Chatham – Quentin Marlin

Murray – Woody Fletcher

Chattahoochee – Steve Wagner

Muscogee – Mark Wortham

Chattooga – Tony Jones

Newton – Eddie Miller

Cherokee – Marion Pope

Oconee – Bill Herringdine

Clarke – Stacy Stephens

Oglethorpe – Clay Myers

Clay – Jamey Crozier

Paulding – Jason Anavitarte

Clayton – Gene Sutherland, Jr.

Peach – Cynde Dickey

Clinch – Russ Goodman

Pickens – Will Bell

Cobb – Bill Atkins

Pierce – Eddie Whitted

Coffee – Michael Jowers

Pike – Steve Fry

Colquitt – Emily Watson

Polk – Jason Bentley

Columbia – Trey Allen

Pulaski – Larry Dunaway

Cook – Matt Bennett

Putnam – Lesa & Gene Adams

Coweta – Neal Shepard

Quitman – Bob McGowan

Crawford – Trey Seagraves

Rabun – Ed Henderson

Crisp – Buddy Leger

Randolph – Julian Morgan

Dade – Allan Bradford

Richmond – Duncan Johnson

Dawson – Will Wade

Rockdale – Dean Alford

Decatur – Ryan Cleveland

Schley – Jim Sellars

DeKalb – Margot Teed

Screven – Rachel Thompson

Dodge – Claude Godfrey

Seminole – Shawn Edwards

Dooly – Bob Jeter

Spalding – Brian Upson

Dougherty – Bridges Sinyard

Stephens – M.C. Stowe

Douglas – Rickey Roland

Stewart – Rossie Ross

Early – Steve Singletary

Sumter – Cecil & Carolyn Myers

Echols – Bobbie Staten Horne

Talbot – Paul Bulloch

Effingham – Dennis Webb

Taliaferro – Bobby Jones

Elbert – Jerry Spivey

Tattnall – Bobby Smith

Emanuel – Rick Smith

Taylor – Leonard & Judith Whatley

Evans – John Perkins

Telfair – Debbie & Wendell Bullard

Fannin – Brian Stanford

Terrell – Marla Chambless

Fayette – George Dillard

Thomas – Mark Saussy

Floyd – Matt Sirmans

Tift – Judy Simpson

Forsyth – Reva Jennings & Carolyn Fisher

Toombs – Biram Chapman

Franklin – Bob Ragsdale

Towns – Rob Murray

Fulton – John Jett & Roger Wise

Treutlen – Philip Jennings

Gilmer – Carol Bollinger

Troup – Whitney Jacobs

Glascock – Johnny Cantrell

Turner – Dan Raines

Glynn – Sam Tostensen

Twiggs – Bubber Epps

Gordon – Lori Woodall

Union – Pat Malone

Grady – John Harrell

Upson – Sam Coker

Greene – Tim Gallops

Walker – Matt Williamson

Gwinnett – Michael “Sully” Sullivan

Walton – Christy Ellerbee

Habersham – Tricia Hise

Ware – Jimmy Brown

Hall – J.D. Mealor

Warren – Tyler Johnson

Hancock – Nancy Kennedy

Washington – C.V. Brookins, Jr.

Haralson – Delores and Max Goldin

Wayne – Bryan Griffis

Harris – Mike Jolley

Webster – Billy Black

Hart – Tash Van Dora

Wheeler – Debbie Fountain

Heard – Alvin Ginn

White – Mully Ash

Henry – Eddie Ausband

Whitfield – Dan Peeples

Houston – Judy and Rick Goddard

Wilcox – Rex Bullock

Irwin – Gary Paulk

Wilkes – Ryan Clayton

Jackson – Caroline Black

Wilkinson – Ben Turner

Jasper – Don Morgan

Worth – Sonya Maxwell

Jeff Davis – Phyllis Johnson

 

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Chris Huttman March 27, 2014 at 5:14 pm

This is impressive, but reminds me of a story I heard. Wyche Folwer had a map in his office where they’d tack up places he visited as Senator. He held an official visit/event in all 159 counties during his term. Google him to see how it turned out. The friend of mine who told the story kept the map to show it to candidates who wanted to just go meet everyone instead of doing call time.

Jon Lester March 27, 2014 at 5:25 pm

I don’t know any of the names from my county and surrounding.