Georgia House District 37 candidate Bolton: ‘How d...
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Friday, October 24
Bill Bolton, the Democratic candidate challenging state Rep. Sam Teasley (R–Marietta), said if elected he will serve the citizens of Cobb, not the immigrants living here illegally. “We need to look at people who are not illegals, people who are ci...

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