Campaign Enters Home Stretch

Last week was an extremely busy one for my campaign. I attended a number of community events, knocked on doors and met with various community groups.

On Tuesday, I attended the Duluth Historical Society meeting at the Strickland House Museum where Professor Richard Rawls of Georgia Gwinnett College spoke. The event was part of the “Gwinnett Reads” book program.

On Wednesday, I met with the members of the Albion Farms Homeowners Association. Later, I attended a meet-and-greet at Chocolate Perks. It is always great to hear what is on the mind of Duluth’s citizens.

I spent Thursday and Friday campaigning and distributing literature in the rain. Thanks go to Marcia LeRoux for braving the elements with me, and to Janice Polack for her assistance on the second day.

On Saturday, I attended the Kiwanis breakfast and contributed to the Duluth Police’s C.O.P.S. program. I highly recommend this neighborhood watch program as a great way to beeff up security and keep your family safe at home.

I finished off the weekend by taking in a Gladiators game at the Gwinnett Arena. GO GLADIATORS!