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Sunday May 20th, 2018 11:20AM

Gubernatorial candidate planning statewide bus tour; includes several NE Ga. stops

By Ken Stanford Reporter

Gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp plans a 50-county bus tour of the state starting next week, which includes several stops in northeast Georgia.

The complete itinerary for the "Putting Georgia First Bus Tour" can be found on Kemp's website.

Jefferson, Winder, Cumming, Dahlonega, Blue Ridge, and Ellijay are among the stops planned in northeast Georgia.

Kemp, Georgia's current Secretary of State, who is one of several people seeking the Republican nomination for governor, plans to cover the 50 counties in 10 days, according to his website.

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