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As an elected representative of people in East Georgia, it gets my attention when someone running for statewide office invests the time, energy and resources to know our communities and our issues. A person can’t represent you if they don’t understand your circumstances and your priorities. Teresa takes the time to know all Georgians and that makes her the best candidate to represent them as our next U.S. Senator. Washington D.C. needs a little Georgia in the Senate, not the other way around.”

Senator Harold Jones

Brief Bio

Senator Harold Jones II was elected to the senate in 2014. He represents the 22nd district, which includes portions of Richmond County. In 2004, he was elected as the first African American Solicitor General for Richmond County.

His affiliations include the NAACP, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Downtown Rotary Club, the Greater Augusta Arts Council (former chairman), the Richmond Burke County Youth Council (former chairman), Democratic Party Member, Leadership Augusta (former board member), Leadership Georgia and a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

Senator Jones earned his bachelor’s degree from South Carolina State University in 1991. In 1994, he graduated from North Carolina Central University Law School. Senator Jones is a former adjunct professor for Georgia Military College, Paine College, Voorhees College and University of Phoenix.

Tomlinson Endorsement Announcement Process

Throughout the United States Senate Race in Georgia, the Tomlinson Campaign will be releasing endorsements of those insisting on better leadership for Georgians. Each is committed to #TeamTomlinson and will be working to flip not just Georgia, but the US Senate in 2020.

Endorsements will be released on multiple social media platforms and through traditional press release.

Contact: Nicole Henderson,, 404-939-1594.





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