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Georgia's First Latino Mayor Says He's Ready For The State House

Georgia's First Latino Mayor Says He's Ready For The State House

Update: 2021-05-19
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www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Georgia’s first Latino mayor hopes to take his experience in local government to the state House of Representatives.


Rey Martinez, who took office as mayor of Loganville in 2018, will run as a Republican for the Georgia House District 114 seat. State Rep. Tom Kirby, R-Loganville, has held the seat for nearly a decade but will not seek reelection after his term ends in 2022.

“I want to be the best that I can, like what I’ve done in Loganville here for the last 11 years, and what I try to bring is my energy, my passion (and) my love of service,” Martinez said. “What I’ll try to bring is unity and what’s best for our community, country and state.”

SOURCE: www.AJC.com
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Georgia's First Latino Mayor Says He's Ready For The State House

Georgia's First Latino Mayor Says He's Ready For The State House

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