Rep. Colton Moore Invited President Trump To Georgia, Tennessee; To Attend Both Sunday Events

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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.

"I look forward to seeing you at both of these events. More importantly, I look forward to representing you through 2020 and beyond. 

"Welcome to our home in Appalachia, Mr. President and Mr. Vice President"!

President Trump has a Sunday event in Macon, then will be at McKenzie Arena at a 7 p.m. rally.


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