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Georgia Chamber of Commerce Endorses Max Burns

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsement of Max Burns for State Senate District 23, which includes all or portions of Burke, Emanuel, Glascock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Johnson, McDuffie, Richmond, Screven and Warren Counties. 

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsement of Max Burns for State Senate District 23, which includes all or portions of Burke, Emanuel, Glascock, Jefferson, Jenkins, Johnson, McDuffie, Richmond, Screven and Warren Counties. 

Each election cycle, the Chamber’s Political Affairs Council (PAC) vets dozens of candidates for office. After working through the endorsement process, business leaders from across the state are confident that, as a retired educator and businessman, Mr. Burns will make effective policy decisions that positively impact free enterprise and job creation throughout the state. 

“After vetting the candidates running for Georgia’s 23rd Senate District, our members believe there is a clear choice in who will champion economic development opportunities for East Georgia” said David Raynor, Georgia Chamber’s Chief Public Affairs Officer. “The Georgia Chamber is proud to endorse probusiness candidates like Max Burns and looks forward to working with him under the Gold Dome, if elected.” Max Burns added, “I am dedicated to helping our local businesses recover and thrive as we continue to navigate these unprecedented times. We must protect the jobs in our small business community as well as pursue economic development for job growth and longevity. My priority will be to ensure we receive an equitable investment from our state’s initiatives and advocate to move industrial and service sector jobs into the 23rd senate district.” 

The Georgia General Election will take place Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The Georgia Chamber is a nonpartisan organization that is dedicated to working with elected officials to ensure a future of economic growth for Georgia businesses, workers, and families.

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