Bruce visits the Georgia Capitol carrying some of the bills he plans to carry this year. These bills range from the APR bill to a bill that allows probate judges discretionary ability. Currently in the state of Georgia if you fail to appear in court it is mandatory that you be arrested for that even if you were unable to attend due to COVID-19.
2 Lane Travel with Bruce Thompson in Georgia
During Bruce’s #2lanetravel he was wanting to stop into Jimmy Johns to grab a sandwich. He was so to see that they were closed inside and that only the drive-thru was open. As he looked inside the Jimmy Johns he noticed that there was only one person inside working hard to take the orders, take the money, and make the food all by himself.
Bruce Thompson continues his #2lane travel and is currently headed to Demorest, GA to speak at the Habersham GOP meeting and to connect with the locals. He believes even if you’re down in life you can rise to the top. As he travels across the state of Georgia, no matter how tired or weary he gets, he is continually fighting for the people of Georgia.
Bruce continues his #2lanetravel experience. Starting this week off with a GOP event, then a fundraiser, and continued to Thomasville to visit the Georgia Department of Labor Building. When they got to the Georgia Department of Labor Building a note was posted on the door that stated through the guidance of the governor they are teleworking and no in-person meetings would be taking place.
Our #2lanetravel experiences just keep getting better and better. First, my team and I went to the Evans County Rattlesnake Roundup. Then we visited Kia, went to crossover day at the capitol, Morgan County GOP, shadow days, Cobb Young Republicans event, Forsyth Young Republicans event, and finally the Colquitt County Picnic in the park.
Last weeks #2lanetravel in review: Saturday morning began with us attending the monthly Gwinnett GOP meeting. Monday morning I had the wonderful opportunity to be interviewed by the “Bartow Bishop”. We received the exciting news that I qualified to be your next Labor Commissioner. My team and I attended Nurses Day and Scouts Day at the capitol, along with other ventures!
We are excited to announce that Bruce has officially qualified to become your next Labor Commissioner! You can run as a candidate for as long as you desire, but once qualifying week hits you have to send in a check and qualify as a candidate. If you don’t, you cannot continue to campaign because you’re not an official candidate.
Last weeks #2lanetravel in review: My team started off at the Grady County GOP Annual BBQ. Later that evening, we traveled to Thomasville for a Meet & Greet hosted by the Thomas County Republican Party. On Monday, we traveled 80 miles East to speak at the Putnam County GOP. Tuesday was spent at the Capitol, Wednesday my team and I attended the Economic Development Committee Meeting, and the Fulton County Republican Women to speak. We ended our week at the Roberta-Crawford County Chamber, and Summer Street Productions Studio.