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Colton Moore Driving Kemp Truck Across GeorgiaELECTION DAY - Rep. Colton Moore drove the Kemp Truck across North Georgia to rally up last minute voters. Colton spoke directly with Brian Kemp and under his direction, Colton traveled 242 miles, passing more than 200,000 people across the State on Election Day.

Brian Kemp and Geoff Duncan are hardworking Georgians that will make a great difference in our State. It has been an honor working with them to create awareness across North Georgia. 

On Election Day we drove the 'Kemp Truck' from Trenton, GA to the Georgia State Capitol and then to the Brian Kemp Victory Party in Athens, GA. See the full route and details at https://coltonmoore.com/kemp

Thank you to Mr. Ken Pennington for capturing the maiden voyage of the Kemp Truck leaving Lookout Mountain, GA. Please enjoy all of our resources, below.

 
Congratulations Brian and Geoff!

 

Share Brian Kemp's Post About Rep. Moore & the 'Kemp Truck'

See District 1 on the Georgia campaign trail for Republican Governor Candidate Brian Kemp and Lt. Governor Candidate Geoff Duncan.

 


Entire 'Kemp Truck' Route Driven by Rep. Colton Moore

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Wednesday, November 7, 2018 11:38 PM

Understanding the power of the 'MAGA ' hat: PART 1

It's often perceived as a negative symbol. From President Donald Trump to Kanye West to Colton Moore, learn what the 'Make America Great Again' hat means and why it stirs up so many emotions. Natisha Lance demystifies it all on part 1 of this 11Alive segment.


Wednesday, November 7, 2018 6:06 AM

Georgia's governor's race too close to call

Voters in 51 local counties hit the polls to cast their votes… Kemp supporters and campaign staff gather in Athens, GA to celebrate Brian Kemp victory via WSBTV.


Monday, November 5, 2018 8:48 PM

@briankempga: Big Trucks for Kemp Coalition is Working Hard


Monday, November 5, 2018 7:37 PM

State Representative Colton Moore for working to Get Out The Vote in Northwest Georgia with his Big Trucks for Kemp dump truck!


Monday, November 5, 2018 7:04 PM

Rep.-Elect Colton Moore Driving Kemp Truck Across Northwest Georgia; Creates Election Day Playlist

After working with Brian Kemp over the last six months, State Rep-Elect Colton Moore said he was asked to take the District 1 'Kemp Truck' all across Northwest Georgia this week.

He said the Republican candidate for governor "wants us targeting big crowds and near polling stations to remind voters to complete their civic duty and to help stop socialism from spreading throughout Georgia."
Rep.-Elect Moore, who at 24 won the District 1 House seat, said, "Kemp's entire campaign is excited about the truck as they hit the campaign trail for the final time from Trenton to Kemp's victory party in Athens on Election Day.

"President Trump and Vice President Pence got us fired up last night in Chattanooga for the 'red wall' that we, conservatives, are putting up on Tuesday. District 1 and all hard-working Georgians across the state must get out and vote tomorrow."

Also, Rep.-Elect Moore said he has created a Northwest Georgia Voter's Guide and Election Day Playlist.

See original post on The Chattanoogan.


Monday, November 5, 2018 3:57 PM

'Big Trucks for Kemp' Rolling Through Town

Georgia District 1 State Representative Colton Moore is on the campaign trail – in a giant dump truck decked out with American and Georgia flags and huge red, white and blue signs urging people to vote for Republican Brian Kemp for governor.

Moore says he’s spending Monday driving all around Catoosa, Walker and Dade counties. On election day, he’ll be heading to Buckhead in Atlanta. “In the evening, I’ll drive to Athens for Kemp’s victory party,” says Moore.

Moore noted both doors are lettered with "Hardworking Georgians - Vote Kemp"

See pictures and the original article by Denise Burns on The Walker County Messenger.



Saturday, November 3, 2018 1:55 AM

Rep-Elect Moore: Ted Metz & Libertarians Hold Critical Votes in Georgia Governor Race

“Georgia Libertarians have a lot of power with their vote, they always have. Their 2-4% will be the deciding factor in this race and I hope they understand their candidate cannot and will not win or proceed to a runoff. I ask all Georgia Libertarians and independents to think strongly about their vote and to consider Brian Kemp if they want to avoid creeping socialism that is already taking over many states across our country,” Moore said.

Even though the Georgia State Representative-Elect agreed Metz should concede to Republican Brian Kemp before election day, he recognized they share many of the same ideals when it comes to solving issues the State faces.

“I share many of the same values as Mr. Metz. In fact, I strongly agree with him when it comes criminal justice reform and jury nullification, both of which I have planned legislation for. Interestingly, I also support decriminalizing marijuana to allow for Georgia medicinal research and to help provide legal access to families with ill family members who already qualify for THC and cannabis prescriptions. Overall, Mr. Metz and I both want the same thing; less government and more freedom,” Moore added.

Moore indicated he would enjoy working with Metz after the general election to bring many of their aligned values to the Georgia General Assembly in January.

Read the full article on The Chattanoogan.


Thursday, November 1, 2018 5:05 PM

Dialing for Duncan! (Walker County with Colton Moore)

Honored to have been officially invited by Republican Lt. Governor candidate, Mr. Geoff Duncan!

It was an incredible experience to see a campaign and operation working so efficiently.

Thank you to all of the people at the Walker County GOP Office who helped arrange this and thank you to Geoff Duncan for having me out.

I look forward to working with you over the next four years!


Wednesday, October 31, 2018 8:05 AM

Rep. Colton Moore Invited President Trump To Georgia, Tennessee

Rep. Colton Moore, from Dade County, said he earlier invited President Donald Trump to make campaign stops in Georgia and Tennessee. The 24-year-old state rep said he plans to attend both events.

He said, "On October 21, 2018 my staff and I extended an official invite to President Trump, via his website, asking him to visit Georgia and Tennessee before the November 6, 2018 General Election.

"Nine days later, on October 30, it is my great pleasure to welcome President Donald J. Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence to the Northwest Georgia and the Tri-state area. If you are interested in attending either of these events I have included that information below. You will need to obtain tickets very quickly as they are expected to be gone by 11/1.

Read the original article on The Chattanoogan.


Tuesday, October 30, 2018 7:40 PM

Rep-Elect Colton Moore Welcomes President Trump to Chattanooga

Over the next five days, we will have President Trump and Vice President Pence visit Northwest Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee! The most powerful leaders of the free world are coming Appalachia in great style.

A little over a week ago, we extended an invitation to President Trump to bring a rally to Georgia or Chattanooga before the general election to help get voters energized to vote on November 6. The President is making this invitation a reality and in a very exciting way for Georgia voters.

These visits are unprecedented for our area and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for those of us that can attend the event. I have included all of the information that you need for times, dates, tickets, directions, and parking for both President Trump's rally in Chattanooga on November 4 and Vice President Pence's rally with Brian Kemp on November 1 at: https://coltonmoore.com/trump

I look forward to seeing you at both rallies,
Colton Moore

See original article on The Patch.


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