#GASEN Republican Candidate David Perdue Announces County Campaign Chairmen And Co-Chairmen

The #Outsider’s campaign announced the county campaign chairmen in a press release issued today. It is an interesting selection of people ranging from both elected officials and familiar faces within the Republican ranks to folks who are beginning to get involved with Republican politics. It’s also my understanding that a lot of Kingston supporters have signed on to help the Perdue campaign effort. It looks like the Perdue campaign is doing a lot to bring the different factions of the Georgia Republican Party together and work towards victory in November. You can see the presser below the fold:

ATLANTA, GA – Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, David Perdue, today announced his statewide organization including chairs and co-chairs for all 159 counties who will help lead his campaign:

“I’m both honored and excited to announce my chairs and co-chairs for all 159 counties who will help move our campaign and party forward. Georgians deserve a fresh perspective in Washington to tackle the tough challenges we face as a country. But I can’t do this without the help of dedicated grassroots volunteers and supporters throughout our state and communities. We must stand united behind bold ideas and commonsense conservative solutions to help change Washington. Together, we must motivate our friends, family, and neighbors one door, one phone call, one postcard, and one personal contact at a time. That’s how we will take our country back,” said David Perdue.

Here’s what they’re saying about our campaign:

  • “I’m standing with David in this campaign because he’s opposed to amnesty and will fight to secure our borders.” – Paul Hamilton, Berrien County
  • “We’re on David’s team because we trust him to fight for our family and future generations to make sure they have the opportunity to live the American dream.” – Jan & Sen. Burt Jones, Butts County
  • “I’ve known David for more than 20 years. He’s the same honorable man now that he was when we played church league softball together in Cobb County. I’m proud to stand with David in this campaign to take our country back.” – John Beville, Cobb County
  • “I’m supporting David because he understands the importance of a high quality public education in true preparation for real life. He’ll work every day to make sure every child has the opportunity to access the very best educational options – regardless of their neighborhood or zip code.” – Rich Thompson, Fulton County
  • “David Perdue is a commonsense conservative who will work to break the gridlock and get results in Washington.” – Gene Cobb, Hall County
  • “I played ball with David in school and know firsthand the Middle Georgia values he holds dear. We need David Perdue representing us in Washington.” – David Davidson, Houston County
  • “As students, we need David to fight for our generation to make sure we have opportunities to succeed once we graduate.” – Wesley and Jacob, Murray County
  • “David Perdue understands the importance of higher education which leads to further economic opportunity. I trust David to protect education opportunity for all students.” – Mary Sue Polleys, Muscogee County
  • “David will be a leader for agriculture and rural Georgia as our next United States Senator.” – Senator Tommie Williams, Toombs County

Here’s the entire list of county chairs & co-chairs:

Julie Scarborough, Appling Chair
Anthony Morris, Atkinson Chair
Judy Carter, Bacon Chair
Jimmy Rhodes, Baker Chair
Joannah Hollis, Baldwin Co-Chair
Dennis Brown, Banks Chair
Charlie Chase, Barrow Co-Chair
Butch Dover, Barrow Co-Chair
Mike Pentecost, Barrow Co-Chair
Debra Conley, Bartow Chair
Sen. Bruce Thompson, Bartow Co-Chair
Ryan Reese, Ben Hill Chair
Paul Hamilton, Berrien Chair
Mike Bittnick, Bibb Co-Chair
Donna Murphy, Bibb Co-Chair
Suzanne Wood, Bibb Co-Chair
Danny Mathis, Bleckley Chair
Ricky Stevens, Brantley Chair
Steve Burton, Brooks Chair
Jordon Howard, Bryan Chair
Kristin & Smith Marks, Bulloch Chairs
Nick Kennedy, Burke Chair
Chairman Gator Hodges, Butts Co-Chair
Jan & Sen. Burt Jones, Butts Co-Chair
Dan Hammock, Calhoun Chair
Bert Guy, Camden Chair
Glenn Deal, Candler Co-Chair
Patrick O’Conner, Candler Co-Chair
John Burson, Carroll Co-Chair
William Faulk, Carroll Co-Chair
Hannah Winchester, Catoosa Chair
Bud Morris, Charlton Chair
Larry Goodman, Chatham Co-Chair
Mary Flanders, Chatham Co-Chair
Jerry Loupee, Chatham Co-Chair
Russ Peterson, Chatham Co-Chair
Jeanne Seaver, Chatham Co-Chair
Ben Miller, Chattahoochee, Chair
Buddy Hill, Chattooga Chair
John Marinko, Cherokee Co-Chair
Lori Pesta, Cherokee Co-Chair
Nich Shackleford, Cherokee Co-Chair
Brittney Thompson, Clarke Co-Chair
Rep. Regina Quick, Clarke Co-Chair
Joann Braxton, Clay Chair
John Cowherd, Clayton Chair
Russ Goodman, Clinch Chair
John Beville, Cobb Co-Chair
Carolyn Roddy, Cobb Co-Chair
Jimmy Kitchens, Coffee Chair
Timothy Barrow, Colquitt Co-Chair
Debbie Cannon, Colquitt Co-Chair

Jane Boyles, Columbia Co-Chair
Marsha Beck, Columbia Co-Chair
Kendal Daughtrey, Cook Chair
Rob Kiser, Coweta Co-Chair
Linda Menk, Coweta Co-Chair
Otha Dents, Crawford Chair
Don Cole, Crisp Chair
Monda Wooten, Dade Chair
Richard Brannan, Dawson Co-Chair
Will Wade, Dawson Co-Chair
Dan Provence, Decatur Chair
Shawn Keefe, DeKalb Co-Chair
Councilman Joe Gebbia, DeKalb Co-Chair
Joy McGraw, DeKalb Co-Chair
Cletus Mullis, Dodge Chair
Casey McClain, Dooly Chair
Les Reed, Dougherty Chair
Jack Gamel, Douglas Co-Chair
Mike Miller, Douglas Co-Chair
Chase Brooks, Early Chair
Derreld Thomlinson, Echols Chair
John W. Brown, Effingham Chair
Mayor Pete Gibbons, Elbert Chair
Julian Sconyers, Emanuel Co-Chair
Henry Terwilliger, Emanuel Co-Chair
Peggy Perkins, Evans Chair
Lynn & Harry Doss, Fannin Chair
Randy Hough, Fayette Chair
Janet Byington, Floyd Chair
Bill Evelyn, Forsyth Co-Chair
Reva Jennings, Forsyth Co-Chair
Jim Kinsey, Forsyth Co-Chair
Wayne Ellard, Franklin Chair
Dave McCleary, Fulton Co-Chair
Patrick Moore, Fulton Co-Chair
Rich Thompson, Fulton Co-Chair
George McClellan, Gilmer Chair
Ryan Phillips, Glascock Chair
John Dow, Glynn Co-Chair
Sam Tostensen, Glynn Co-Chair
Tim Wessinger, Glynn Co-Chair
Randall Fox, Gordon Chair
Jason Knight, Grady Chair

Ken Bonifay, Greene Chair
Carol Field, Gwinnett Co-Chair
Linda Williams, Gwinnett Co-Chair
Bob Coates, Habersham Chair
Gene Cobb, Hall Co-Chair
Jim Pollan, Hall Co-Chair
Nancy Kennedy, Hancock Chair
Chairman Allan Poole, Haralson Chair
Brenda & Bill Cliatt, Harris Chairs
Judy Sanfilippo, Hart Chair
Jerry Bussey, Heard Chair
Jon Shoemaker, Henry Co-Chair
Vicki Temple, Henry Co-Chair
David Davidson, Houston Co-Chair
Frankie Ross, Houston Co-Chair
Sen. Tyler Harper, Irwin Co-Chair
Rep. Jay Roberts, Irwin Co-Chair
Marty Clark, Jackson Co-Chair
Paulette Kloeppel, Jackson Co-Chair
John Cowherd III, Jasper Chair
Sharon Brown, Jeff Davis Co-Chair
Phyllis Johnson, Jeff Davis Co-Chair
Ronnie Strength, Jefferson Chair
Mayor King Rocker, Jenkins Chair
Martha Olmstead, Johnson Chair
Mayor Stephen Tingen, Jones Chair
Floyd Moye, Lamar Chair
Brian Sirmans, Lanier Chair
John Martin, Laurens Chair
Mike Sabot, Lee Chair
Greg MacDougal, Liberty Chair
Nancy Powell, Lincoln Chair
Mark Morgan, Long Chair
Myron Faircloth, Lowndes Co-Chair
Barbara Schmader, Lowndes Co-Chair
John Dennis Wetherington, Lowndes Co-Chair
Jim Haney, Lumpkin Co-Chair
Ralph Prescott, Lumpkin Co-Chair
Richard Collins, Macon Chair
Angela Bush, Madison Chair
Jan Ammons, Marion Chair
Barrett Wills, McDuffie Chair
Mary Ann Rentz, McIntosh Chair

Jaynie Nesmith, Meriwether Chair
Maridel & Parks Callan, Miller Chairs
Sunny Cochran, Mitchell Chair
Jason Jungberg, Monroe Chair
Jason Chambers, Montgomery Co-Chair
Ginger Morris, Montgomery Co-Chair
Dave Belton, Morgan Chair
Jacob Ledford, Murray Co-Chair
Wesley Ross, Murray Co-Chair
Cecil Calhoun, Muscogee Co-Chair
Mary Sue Polleys, Muscogee Co-Chair
Glenn Ozburn, Newton Chair
Chairman Melvin Davis, Oconee Co-Chair
Brooks Fletcher, Oconee Co-Chair
Jesse Johnson, Oglethorpe Chair
Rockwell Fairibow, Paulding Co-Chair
Jeremiah Fields, Paulding Co-Chair
Lee Pickard, Peach Chair
Will Bell, Pickens Co-Chair
Larry Toney, Pickens Co-Chair
Rep. Chad Nimmer, Pierce Chair
Richard Hoffman, Pike Co-Chair
Gwen Robinson, Pike Co-Chair
Rep. Trey Kelley, Polk Chair
Carolyn Ragan, Pulaski Chair
Dorothy Adams, Putnam Co-Chair
Mike Faulk, Putnam Co-Chair
Carvil Lewis, Quitman Chair
A.J. Moore, Rabun Chair
Julian Morgan, Randolph Chair
Sharon Fry, Richmond Chair
David Shipp, Rockdale Co-Chair
Jeff Wigington, Rockdale Co-Chair
Tommy Barnes, Schley Chair
Charles Reed, Screven Chair
Dan Ponder, Seminole Chair
Cheryl Lynch, Spalding Chair

Brian Akin, Stephens Chair
Bill Hearon, Stewart Chair
Phil Deese, Sumter Chair
Paul Bullock, Talbot Chair
Bobby Jones, Taliaferro Chair
Adam Carpenter, Tattnall Chair
Chuck Wade, Taylor Chair
Carlton Jones, Telfair Chair
T. Gamble, Terrell Chair
Bruce Fykes, Thomas Chair
Bryce Johnson, Tift Co-Chair
Peggy Marshall, Tift Co-Chair
Sen. Tommie Williams, Toombs Chair
Nighta Davis, Towns Chair
Felix Moring, Treutlen Chair
Lou Dekmar, Troup Co-Chair
Jeff Lukken, Troup Co-Chair
Jimmy Wynn, Turner Chair
Emmitt Sherling, Twiggs Chair
George Burch, Union Chair
Glenda & Jimmy McKinley, Upson Chairs
Stanley Mathews, Walker Chair
Roy Roberts, Walton Chair
Jimmy Carter, Ware Chair
Joyce Dozier, Warren Chair
Danny Brown, Washington Chair
Sybil Lynn, Wayne Chair
Glynn Cobb, Webster Chair
Tommy Anderson, Wheeler Chair
Commissioner Terry Goodger, White Co-Chair
C.J. McDonald, White Co-Chair
Frank Barnes, Whitfield Chair
Rex Bullock, Wilcox Chair
Carmen & Thomas Young, Wilkes Chairs
Jackie Barnes, Wilkinson Chair
Terry Achord, Worth Chair