THIS GA VETERAN SAYS DUMP BARROW
Georgia’s 12th congressional district is a United States Congressional District covering much of eastern Georgia. From the city of Augusta it runs southeast, along the state’s border with South Carolina, to the city of Savannah. The district stretches westward from this boundary, anywhere from 80 to 120 miles, its westernmost point coming within 20 miles of Macon. The district has a Cook Partisan Voting Index score of D+1.
99% of precincts reporting
Total Precincts: 288
Election Day Voting: 288 / 288 (100%)
Early Voting (In Person): 288 / 288 (100%)
Early Voting (By Mail): 288 / 288 (100%)
|Democratic Candidates||Votes||% of Votes|
|Regina D. Thomas||14,183||42.1%|
John Barrow voted to make liberal San Francisco politician
Nancy Pelosi the Speaker of the House even though Pelosi has
advocated a policy of “cut and run” in Iraq and voted to weaken
our ability to track down terrorists who are planning attacks
here in America.
(Source: Congressional Quarterly Records)
John Barrow’s liberal
votes do NOT represent
|VERY FAV||FAV||UNFAV||VERY UNFAV||NO OPINION|
QUESTION: Do you favor or oppose creating a government-administered health insurance option that anyone can purchase to compete with private insurance plans?
QUESTION: Generally speaking do you favor or oppose Barack Obama’s health care plan?
QUESTION: Overall who do you trust more on the issue of health care the Democrats or the Republicans?
QUESTION: Do you approve or disapprove of Congressman John Barrow’s actions on health care?
QUESTION: If the 2010 election for Congress were held today
QUESTION: If John Barrow opposed a public health insurance option, would that make you more or less likely to vote for him or would it have no real effect on your vote?
GA-12 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT POLL – SEPTEMBER 2009
This survey was conducted by Research 2000 of Rockville, Maryland. A total of 600 likely voters in the Twelfth Congressional District were interviewed by telephone September 15 through September 17, 2009. Those interviewed were selected by the random variation of the last four digits of telephone numbers. A cross-section of exchanges was utilized in order to ensure an accurate reflection of the district.
The margin for error, according to standards customarily used by statisticians, is no more than plus or minus 4% percentage points. This means that there is a 95 percent probability that the “true” figure would fall within that range if the entire population were sampled. The margin for error is higher for any subgroup, such as for gender or party affiliation.
Jeanne Seaver has served her community for many years and in many ways. She Vice Chairman of the Chatham County CASA program and as a cofounder of Youth Yoga Initiative. YYI teaches at risk youth in the school system to deal with stress and pressures while building a positive self image. Jeanne is also a founder of the National Right of Communities Association. NROCA is dedicated to the education of all Americans in regard to the founding documents, constitutional rights and grassroots involvement as well as honesty in government.
Jeanne Seaver has worked in the private sector and understands the importance of free enterprise from firsthand experience. She is well respected as a businesswoman and in the field of aviation. Her current experience with health insurance in her present aviation employment gives her great insight into the current healthcare debate.
Jeanne Seaver has great respect for our military and a family history of service in the Army and Air Force. She understands the importance of a strong military to deter war and that each soldier is a son, daughter, wife, husband, or friend to each of us.
Jeanne Seaver has a deep respect for Georgia and her country and a desire to serve it to the best of her abilities as 12th district representative. A summation of her platform includes governmental and congressional accountability, respect for the American voters’ rights and input, real solutions and bold action that is in the best interest of Georgians and the country, and real oversight of governmental affairs on all levels.
Jeanne Seaver is a devoted mother of three that has the love and respect of her friends and family. Her eldest daughter lives in Florida. Her son is a high school senior who has received his Eagle Scout rank this fall and hopes to become a doctor. Her daughter is a freshman in high school and wants to become an interior designer. Her family has encouraged her to run and is helping with the campaign.
- Protect all of our Constitutional Rights
- Governmental accountability & real transparency
- Strong military and no political games with our soldiers’ lives or our freedoms
- Limit federal mandates for States
- Georgians should decide what’s best for Georgians
- Separation of government and free enterprise
- Real answers to the needs of farmers, agriculture and import/export issues
- Address the needs of large and small business
- Focus on tax incentives and lower taxes
- Georgia Ports: protection and expansion (the 4th largest and fastest growing container port in the nation with 55.8 billion of total sales for Georgia)
Health Care Reform:
- No government run or rationed health care
- National competition for health care providers
- Focus on protecting the needs of our seniors
- Enforce current immigration laws and our borders
Jeanne Seaver will listen to the people of the 12th District. She will work for you, not you for her.
- Co-Chairman & Treasurer – Friends of Chris Edenfield, GA House District 159
- 2008 Volunteer of the Year – Chatham County Republican Party
- 2008 Graduate of the Coverdell Leadership Institute, Elected Class of 2008 Secretary
- Officer of Chatham County Republican Party – Past Asst. Treasurer
- 1st District Chairman of the Chatham County Republican Party
- Member of the Executive Committee of the C.C. Republican Party
- Skidaway Island Republican Club – Board member 2007 – Current, Political Contribution Committee, Speaker Events Committee
- Savannah Area Republican Women – Member – 2000 – Current, Former Legislative Liaison & Education Committee – 2002 – 2003, Participated in Annual Fundraiser – 2002 – 2007
- Past member of Young Republicans Club of Savannah
- Delegate for the County, District & State Convention – 2000 – Current
- 1st Vice Chairman of the Republican 12th Congressional District – 2004
- Membership Chairman for the Chatham County Republican Party –2001- 2004
- 2004 Bush/Cheney Steering Committee, Events Chairman 2003 – 2004
- Co-Chairman in Chatham County for the Lt. Governor’s race for Ralph Reed
- Involved with various fundraising for candidates – 2000 – Current
- Grassroots with various candidates on the Federal, State and local races – 2000 – Current
- Committee member – Chatham County Fred Thompson for President 08 – 2007
- Founder of SoreLoserman.com – 2000
- Jeb Bush/Frank Brogan Campaign for Florida Governor/Lt. Gov.
- Volunteer – 1998
Carl is a 3rd Generation Firefighter who understands hard work, devotion, and loyalty. As a Congressman he will be a true Representative of the people.
¢arls ¢ommon ¢ents:
- Reduce Federal Spending – End Borrow, Tax, Print and Spend Policies
- Cut the size and cost of our Federal Government
- Income Tax Relief – Fight for Tax Code
Reduction and Reform
- Protect the Rights of Every American and every State in our Union
Born and raised in Georgia’s 12th Congressional District, Carl Smith has established an impeccable reputation as a public servant, and is known for his leadership based on principles and personal integrity.
He is a 3rd generation firefighter in Thunderbolt, Georgia in Chatham County where he has served the past 16 years as Fire Chief. He proudly continues his family’s tradition of community pride and public service.
He has been called to serve and lead through many disasters. Hurricane Hugo, the Wildfires in South Georgia, Hurricane Katrina, and most recently the sugar refinery explosion in Port Wentworth are just a few incidents that Carl has responded to over the past 20 years. In times of crisis first responders make the crucial decisions and act.
In 1997 and 2005 the citizens of Thunderbolt elected Carl to town council. During his two terms, he helped reduce property taxes, cleaned up the town’s budget practices and audit reports as finance chair, and enhanced the response capabilities of the police and fire departments.
A nationally certified fire officer and public fire safety educator, Smith earned the honor and respect of his fellow firefighters and fire chiefs and was elected to serve multiple terms as President of the Savannah Firefighters Association, the Chatham County Fire Chiefs Association, and the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs. In June of 2007 Smith was elected to serve as President of the Southeastern Association of Fire Chiefs, a division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
A lifelong resident of Thunderbolt, he is also a member of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church and has served as a Coach for little league baseball for 7 years. Carl has been very active in Chatham County for the past 20 years by helping to raise funds for charities such as the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Georgia’s two Burn Foundations.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND SUPPORTERS
- GA State Rep. Ron Stephens
- GA State Rep. Buddy Carter
- GA State Rep. Burke Day
- GA State Senator Jeff Mullis
- Chatham County Commissioner Dean Kicklighter
- Chatham County Commissioner Dave Gellately
- Chatham County Sheriff Al St. Laurence
- Chatham County Board of Education Lori Brady
- Mayor Andy Quinney Garden City
- Mayor Mike Lamb Pooler
- Mayor Wayne E. Tipton Bloomingdale
- Councilman Bobby Hardman Thunderbolt
- Councilman Gebel Seese Thunderbolt
- Mayor Jason Buelterman Tybee Island
- Mayor Pro Tem Wanda Doyle Tybee Island
- Councilman Dick Smith Tybee Island
COL. Wayne Mosley, M.D.
Wayne Mosely, GOP candidate in the 12th Congressional District has dropped out of the race. He sent out the following statement.
There are times when you must choose between what you want to do and what you need to do. Right now is one of those times for me.
A few months ago, Allen Kent and Howard Holman, (the CEO and VP for Business Development respectively, for the local hospital in Vidalia), accused me of a breach of contract. This was an action filed this year for an allegation dating back to 2003. Specifically it involves my deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in March of 2003. As shocking as it may sound, I’m accused of breaking my contract because I obeyed an order to serve our country in Afghanistan and Iraq.
I have tried to resolve this matter for most of the last three months, but it appears as though it will drag on for quite some time longer. I am therefore obligated to re-evaluate my viability as a candidate for Georgia’s 12th Congressional District. Please keep in mind that I do not consider this a mere PR problem. There are three areas that I must consider going forward. In ascending order of importance they are:
Number 3: Costs. Litigation is expensive –even more expensive than campaigning. I have spent thousands upon thousands of dollars defending myself already and see no real end in sight. The only possible sources of funds for my defense is either money I had set aside for the campaign, or taking time off the campaign to increase my earnings. Both of these options hurt the campaign, seriously and directly.
Number 2: Time. Without a doubt this ends up being a campaign’s most precious resource. I have allowed this litigation to take my time away from campaigning. But I did so only with the intent to bring it to a quick conclusion. What will happen in the future is the relevant question. For that answer, I direct you to the next area.
Number 1: The most important issue here is that all Veterans should be protected from false charges for obeying the legal orders of our Commander-in-Chief. Allowing Reservists and Guardsmen to be harassed and damaged financially for serving our country, will decimate the ranks of our Reserve and National Guard forces. That action my friends puts our country and our safety at risk. I am unwilling to let this occur.
My mother always told me to keep my heart and my mind open and God will use me as a positive force. I believe I can be a positive force, even at the cost of my candidacy. Is it worth it? I have no doubt that it is!
Therefore with this message, I will discontinue my candidacy for Georgia’s 12th congressional district. For those of you that have already donated financially, there is only one way I know to handle such. It is your money, so a full refund is forthcoming. For those of you that have donated your time and energy, such effort is priceless and could never be fully repaid. But know that you have my unyielding respect and loyalty. And when the time comes that I can be of service to you, I hope you will call on me.
Source: Peach Pundit
2006 Election Results – (Georgia) U.S. House 12 by County
Baldwin (15 of 15 Precincts Reporting)
Bulloch (18 of 18 Precincts Reporting)
Burke (17 of 17 Precincts Reporting)
Candler (4 of 4 Precincts Reporting)
Chatham (71 of 71 Precincts Reporting)
Effingham (23 of 23 Precincts Reporting)
Emanuel (16 of 16 Precincts Reporting)
Evans (12 of 12 Precincts Reporting)
Glascock (6 of 6 Precincts Reporting)
Hancock (8 of 8 Precincts Reporting)
Jefferson (10 of 10 Precincts Reporting)
Jenkins (7 of 7 Precincts Reporting)
Johnson (9 of 9 Precincts Reporting)
Montgomery (9 of 9 Precincts Reporting)
Richmond (43 of 44 Precincts Reporting)
Screven (14 of 14 Precincts Reporting)
Taliaferro (4 of 4 Precincts Reporting)
Tattnall (17 of 17 Precincts Reporting)
Toombs (16 of 16 Precincts Reporting)
Treutlen (8 of 8 Precincts Reporting)
Warren (8 of 8 Precincts Reporting)
Washington (10 of 10 Precincts Reporting)
Progressive Punch: Barrow
Vote Smart: Barrow