Greg Martin For County Commissioner District 3

Monday, July 16, 2018
Greg Martin has served Hamilton County and District 3 with Honor and Distinction is various capacity over the years. He has remained close to his constituents, listening to their comments, ideas and concerns. He has represented accordingly.

Greg has always been and remains invested in District 3 and the Hixson Community. He grew up here, was educated in District schools, raised his family here, sent his children to Hixson public schools, has his business here and has vast involvement in the Hixson community.
All said, Greg Martin is the logical choice to continue to represent District 3 on the Hamilton County Commission. Please join me in voting for Dr. Greg Martin.

Emily P. Baskette

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