The Garrett Hayes in the Georgia gubernatorial debate has caused his poll numbers to climb while both of his opponent’s numbers are falling faster than a Republican’s pants in the presence of underage boys. Since the debate, some other developments have come to fruition that are sure to boost his poll numbers even higher:delivered by
First, Hayes was featured on the front page of the Thomasville Times-Enterprise. Here’s an excerpt:
Actually, his motive in running for governor is pretty simple.
“I’m tired of watching government grow. I’m tired of government taking more and more of our money and our freedom and doing things it shouldn’t be doing,” Hayes said.
Armed with novel approaches to dealing with taxes, eminent domain, education and immigration, Hayes said his goal is not to play spoiler to either top candidate in this election. He wants to become Georgia’s next governor.
We plan on running starting next week. I believe we have enough money to run it 700-800 times on cable but we could always [use] more donations. Please call me If you can donate. $18.00 will buy a spot on fox news in downtown Atlanta, $2.00 will buy a spot in Jonesboro on the weather channel. Please call Doug Craig 770-861-5855
Watch the video after the break.