Thursday, June 18, 2009

Oxendine Leads Republican Candidates in Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) Membership Poll

As it does each year, GMA conducted a survey of both elected and appointed city officials a few weeks before its Annual Convention. The survey was successfully emailed to 2,099 mayors, council members, managers and clerks. GMA received 528 usable responses for a response rate of 25.15%.

The results are as follows:

If held today, who do you think would win the 2010 Republican primary for Governor?

John Oxendine 25.4%
Nathan Deal 18.2%
Karen Handel 12.9%
Eric Johnson 8.9%
Austin Scott 1.3%
Other 1.3%
Ray McBerry 0.4%
Undecided 31.6%

If held today, who do you think would win the 2010 Democratic primary for Governor?

Roy Barnes 44.1%
Don't Know 20.7%
Thurbert Baker 16.1%
David Poythress 10.9%
Dubose Porter 7.5%

"It is an honor to receive this support from Georgia's municipal leadership. I am committed to our local government leaders. My Administration will work as an equal partner with Georgia's counties and cities on behalf of the people we all serve," said Oxendine.

"I appreciate the hard work our municipal leaders do on behalf of Georgia. Day in and day out they make decisions that impact real Georgia families and businesses. They do so with a sense of professionalism and pride which makes Georgia a better place for all of us," said Oxendine.

"I look forward to continuing to earn the trust and support of the members of the Georgia Municipal Association," said Oxendine.

John Oxendine
Governor 2010

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