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Sunday May 19th, 2019 6:46PM

Governor's race: Cagle to launch second Cagle Country Bus Tour Monday in Gainesville

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

As the campaign for governor heats up, Casey Cagle plans to launch his second Cagle Country Bus Tour Monday morning in Gainesville.

The Gainesville native will kick things off at Longstreet Cafe on Riverside Terrace between 8:00-9:00.  The bus tour will end May 4 in Gordon, Whitfield, and Catoosa counties.

Cagle is one of several candidates seeking the Republican nomination in the May 22 primary.  

More information about the bus tour, including the planned stops, can be found on the campaign website.

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