Augusta Leaders Endorse Jim Barksdale for Senate

Atlanta, Ga. - Fresh off his recent statewide “Jobs & Justice” tour, U.S. Senate candidate Jim Barksdale announces he received the endorsements of several community leaders from the greater Augusta area. These individuals understand that now is the time for all Georgians to stand up and choose a new Senator who will fight on their behalf rather than work to enrich special interests.

“We are at a key moment in American history,” said Jim Barksdale. “I am proud to stand with these leaders who have committed themselves to lifting up the voices of those that have not been heard in Washington. With their support, I know we can amplify the voices of the people of Georgia and focus on issues that matter to them, and not those of the special interests.”

Endorsements:
“Jim Barksdale is in tune with the communities of Georgia, and he understands what it is that our people need,” said State Representative Brian Prince. “We need jobs, livable wages, and a government that is accountable to us. In all of these areas and more, Jim has a plan to address the problems that we face in an effective way and that is why he has my support for his Senate campaign.”

  • Gloria Frazier, State Representative for District 126
  • Brian Prince, State Representative for District 127
  • Harold V. Jones II, State Senator for District 22
  • Reverend Dr. Kenneth B Martin, Senior Pastor, Antioch Missionary Baptist Church & President, General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia
  • Reverend Rick Sosbe, Senior Pastor, Metropolitan Community Church of Our Redeemer

“Jim Barksdale is in tune with the communities of Georgia, and he understands what it is that our people need,” said State Representative Brian Prince. “We need jobs, livable wages, and a government that is accountable to us. In all of these areas and more, Jim has a plan to address the problems that we face in an effective way and that is why he has my support for his Senate campaign.”

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