Donald Trump Jr. and state Sen. Burt Jones, R-Jackson, a candidate for lieutenant governor, will campaign at the Strand Theatre this week.

Advertised as “an event about the state of America,” the two will share the stage at the Strand starting at 6 p.m., Wednesday.

Jones, one of several Republicans vying for the lieutenant governor’s seat in 2022, received the endorsement of former President Donald Trump earlier this month. Incumbent Geoff Duncan is not seeking reelection.

Also vying for next year’s Republican nomination for lieutenant governor are state Senate President Pro Tempore Butch Miller, R-Gainesville, and GOP activist Jeanne Seaver of Savannah.

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Mike Nelson

The Democratic Party is against everything this country has stood for. They have got to be stopped. If the candidate is republican in whatever office they are running for vote for them . You see how this country is being destroyed by the Democratic Party

David Glass

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