On the first day of early voting in Georgia, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tours district


On a barnstorming first day of early voting in Georgia that included visits to a small restaurant, construction company, textile mill, and a polling location in her district, U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene talked with supporters and took questions from regional and national media.

The day started early at Linda’s Place in Rockmart, Georgia. After a quick greeting to the crowd then a coffee run, Greene went table-to-table until her campaign staff urged her to the front of the room to take questions.

“But I like going table-to-table,” Greene said, bringing a laugh from the crowd of moer than 100. “Because I sincerely enjoy fellowship with you all, hearing your feedback. Every time I speak with people here, back at home, it just fills me back up and supports everything I think and say. It tells me I’m doing the right thing, because you’re telling me back the things…

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