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The CSRA Chapter of the PBA of Georgia endorses candidates in upcoming elections

The Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia held a political screening for candidates running for various elected offices in the upcoming May 24th election. During the screening process, the following candidates demonstrated why their experience and values make them uniquely qualified to represent the voters of Georgia.  They also demonstrated that they are committed to making strong, effective law enforcement and the safety of the community a priority in their campaign. 
 
Jesse Stone
Senate, District 23
 
Robert Oglesby
Jenkins County Sheriff
 
Jeremy Kelley
Glascock County Sheriff
 
Ramone Lamkin
Richmond County Marshal
 
Hattie Holmes Sullivan
Richmond County Clerk of Court
 
Michael Thurman
Augusta Commissioner, District 1
 
Andrew Jefferson
Augusta Commissioner, District 5
 
Marion Williams
Augusta Commissioner, District 9
 
 
"These candidates are proud supporters of the men and women of our law enforcement community. Their knowledge of critical issues regarding those protecting our community makes them perfect choices for our endorsement. We are proud to stand with these candidates and ask that the voters of Augusta do the same. A vote for Jesse Stone, Robert Oglesby, Jeremy Kelley, Ramone Lamkin, Hattie Holmes Sullivan, Michael Thurman, Andrew Jefferson and Marion Williams is a vote for the men and women of law enforcement,” said CSRA Chapter President Kenneth Waller.

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