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Roper Recommends Wilson
Sunday, 18 May 2014

May 18--  There are fifteen candidates running for the job of Georgia School Superintendent in Tuesday's primary elections.

Nine candidates are running on the Republican ticket and six are on the Democratic Party ballot.

The obvious challenge for most voters is sorting through all the choices in order to cast an educated vote.

ImageVidalia school board member Doug Roper, III is recommending Valerie Wilson who's running in the Democratic primary.

"I've gotten to know her personally and professionally.  When I was coming on the board of the Georgia School Board Association, she was coming off.  She is a former past President of GSBA, longtime board member of Decatur City Schools, is a native of Swainsboro and has never forgotten her roots," Roper said.

"She's a strong advocate for public education and works well with people.  It doesn't matter what party line you're on, she's willing to come to the table, discuss ideas and do what's in the best interest of our kids.

"I can't think of a better person on either side of the ticket than Valerie Wilson and I don't mind saying she'll get my vote.

"Don't take my word for it, do your own homework, but please take a look at Valerie Wilson," Roper said.



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