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Governor-elect Kemp to visit Columbus as part of “Georgians First” tour

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Brian Kemp, Republican gubernatorial candidate in Georgia, campaigns Wednesday morning in Columbus, Georgia at the Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Center. Kemp spoke to the crowd of about 150 people and also answered questions from the media.
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Brian Kemp, Republican gubernatorial candidate in Georgia, campaigns Wednesday morning in Columbus, Georgia at the Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Center. Kemp spoke to the crowd of about 150 people and also answered questions from the media.

Georgia Governor-elect Brian Kemp is scheduled to visit the National Infantry Museum Friday morning as part of his “Georgians First” tour across the state that started Jan. 9 in Augusta and includes stops in nine communities.

Kemp will join other elected officials and other invited guests for a military appreciation breakfast in the National Infantry Museum’s Cavezza Hall.

Prior to the formal breakfast, Kemp is scheduled to hand out biscuits to soldiers entering Ft. Benning to begin their work day, said Cyndy Cerbin, director of communications at the National Infantry Museum foundation.

Kemp has also scheduled Georgians First Celebration events later Friday in Whitesburg and Gainseville before finishing the tour Saturday in Dalton.

Kemp will be sworn into office Monday in McCamish Pavilion on Georgia Tech’s campus.

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