“Over a year ago, I set out on a journey to fix a broken agency that has failed the hardworking citizens of our state. On Tuesday, the 73,000 miles of travel and hard work from our team and our many supporters paid off. I am extremely humbled and honored to officially be your Republican nominee for Labor Commissioner. I will continue to work hard to earn your vote in November, and I will do my part to ensure a Republican victory up and down the ticket keeping Georgia the best state to live, work, and raise a family.”
2 Lane Travel with Bruce Thompson in Georgia
Today is the LAST DAY to vote early for Bruce Thompson as Georgia Labor Commissioner. We are so humbled to have heard that so many of our supporters of our campaign have voted for us. For those who have voted, THANK YOU! Your vote is a blessing and I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and fixing this broken agency. For those who have not voted we encourage you to vote for Bruce Thompson!
With only 6 DAYS LEFT until Election Day, we have continued our #2lanetravel on the roads of Georgia meeting with our grassroot activists, small-business owners, attending meetings and speaking engagements, delivering yard signs, and talking to voters to ensure they know that Bruce Thompson is the guy to fix this broken agency!
Early voting started off our #2lanetravel this week. Monday evening we joined many other candidates at the Cobb County Republican Women Candidates Forum. Tuesday morning started off at the Bacon County GOP, then we attended the American Legion in the afternoon. Wednesday morning we stopped at the John Fredricks Show and Trump Bus, and in the afternoon went to the Bartow County Senior Center. We attended the Dodge County Fish Fry on Thursday, and the Coweta Chamber Economic Prosperity Council Friday. We ended our week at the Frontline Fight for Life Event. Check back next week for another #2lanetravel experience.
Mike Coan overhead a pocket-dial call from one of his employees. He listened to James Stephen’s conversation with his wife where he discussed Coan’s job performance. Not liking what he heard, Coan told Stephens he could resign or he would be fired when he showed up to work the next day.
With great pride, Frontline Policy Action unequivocally endorses State Senator Bruce Thompson for Labor Commissioner. Cole Muzio, the President of Frontline is honored to endorse Bruce not only because they are friends but because Bruce is one of the highest integrity men that Cole has had the pleasure of knowing.
During this #2lanetravel week we started off at the Forsyth County TEA Party. Bruce then had the honor of being on the Josh Terry Podcast. We traveled to Jekyll Island where we attended the Economic Development Summit. On Wednesday we have the privilege of being on the Lori Duke Show. Thursday morning we headed to Camden County to participate in some events. Friday we headed North to Savannah for an interview at the Annual ACCG conference. We ended our week on Saturday in Fulton County at the Republican Women BBQ. Keep following along with us on our #2lanetravel.