In this week’s #2lanetravel we attended the Georgia Federation of Republican Women, Fayette County GOP, the DOT meeting at Reinhardt University, the GA Farm Bureau Lunch at The Depot, a press conference over SB456, GA Forestry Association Reception, and the Health & Human Services Committee Meeting. Learn more about my experiences and opinions as your next Georgia Labor Commissioner in the full newsletter.
2 Lane Travel with Bruce Thompson in Georgia
In this week’s #2lanetravel we discuss Budget Week for the Senate, our attendance at the Second Amendment Rally, Gilmer County GOP, the Paul Revere Project with Jami Tucker and Brett Chromy, Bartow County GOP breakfast, Diversity Candidate Forum, and spoke to RLG in Alpharetta.
The first day of session does not get any better than the Georgia Bulldogs winning the National Championship! This #2lanetravel continued with our team visiting the beautiful mountain city of Demorest, Georgia to speak at the Habersham GOP. We attended Eggs & Issues at the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, visited the Capitol, and the Senate Chamber to work on our legislation.
There are many current problems within the broken Department of Labor agency. I want to be Georgia’s next Labor Commissioner for many reasons: 1. To Restore Credibility 2. To Establish Reliability 3. To Create Confidence! Check out the stops I’ve made on this #2lanetravel and see the support flooding in from numerous events and fundraisers.
Come out and show your support for the best candidate for Georgia Labor Commissioner, January 6th. The fundraiser will take place at Merry Acres Inn & Event Center. We will be accepting donations at the event and appreciate any support you have to give. Don’t forget to RSVP!
Please join us on Tuesday January 4th for a fundraiser in Milton at the Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub. I am dedicated to Georgians and committed to being your next Labor Commissioner! We will be accepting contributions at the event and appreciate any support you have to give.
From fundraisers, to podcast and radio interviews, to Christmas parties, and celebrating my daughter Hannah’s 22nd birthday – I have had the pleasure of meeting great people and spending time with friends and family. It has been a terrific experience and I can’t wait to continue doing so on this 2 lane travel expedition!
Bartow County is a very special place for several reasons. Known for having the first outdoor Coca-Cola sign, the annual Atlanta Steeplechase in Kingston, and movies at the Euharlee Creek Covered Bridge, Bartow is now home to the newest Savoy Automobile Museum. This Smithsonian museum now joins the Booth Western Art Museum and Tellus Science Museum making Bartow County the only county in the United States with three Smithsonian museums within a 10 mile radius!