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Friday April 29th, 2016 3:56PM

Rally planned in Dahlonega for Democratic gubernatorial candidate

By Ken Stanford Reporter
The Democratic candidate for governor plans a rally later this month in Dahlonega, in a heavily Republican part of the state and in the "backyard" of the incumbent, Republican Nathan Deal.<br /> <br /> The "Jason Carter for Governor Rally" is set for Saturday, June 21, at Hancock Park.<br /> <br /> Organizers say other candidates for office in Georgia will be featured as well.<br /> <br /> Hosted by the Lumpkin and Dawson county Democratic parties, the four-hour event will begin at 10:00.
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