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MAYOR JONATHAN MCCOLLAR ENDORSES TERESA TOMLINSON FOR U.S. SENATE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 12, 2019

 

We are all tired of the dysfunction in D.C. The U.S. Senate is in deadlock, and fails to take up the people’s business. I ran for the Mayor of Statesboro on a theme of ‘People Over Politics.’ As a former Mayor herself, Teresa shares this same sentiment. Mayors can’t shut down the government. Mayors get up every day and make government work for the people they serve. Join me in supporting Teresa Tomlinson for U.S. Senate. She will finally make the government in D.C. work for us.”

Jonathan McCollar

Brief Bio

Jonathan McCollar made history as the first African American to be elected as mayor in the city of Statesboro, Georgia. Born and raised in Statesboro and a Graduate of Georgia Southern University, McCollar received his Master’s in Public Administration as well as a bachelor’s degree in history. He currently works as an assistant campus director at Armstrong State University’s Liberty Center.

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, nicole@teresatomlinson.com, 404-939-1594.

 

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