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Tea Party Hears Seaver
Friday, 09 April 2010

April 9--  One of the Republicans running to unseat John Barrow in the 12th Congressional District is urging citizens to follow the lead of the Tea Parties and get involved in this year's elections.


"Everybody is petrified.  Why do you think all of these Tea Party people are out there?  They're concerned for their country and they're doing something about it,  said Jeanne Seaver at a meeting with Vidalia Tea Party Patriots.

Seaver was a supporter of Max Burns in his unsuccessful campaign against Barrow, but believes she can convince people to vote for her in this summer's Republican primary election.  "Everybody I meet, I get their votes.  They see I have heart, I'm just like them, a working soccer mom who's concerned for our country and our children.  I think the 12th congressional district  concerns better representation than we're getting," she says.

Asked to define herself, Seaver says "Jeanne Seaver is a working soccer mom who cares about our country and our children's future.  I am not a politician and I'm sick and tired of politics as usual.  If you're interested in a candidate who will represent the people and not special interests, then I'm the candidate you want," she claims.

Other congressional candidates are expected in Vidalia for a Tea Party Tax Day rally Thursday, April 15th in the parking lot of the old GM auto dealership on Highway 280 between Vidalia and Lyons.

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