DATE: February 15, 2022 Contact:[email protected]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MIKE COLLINS CAMPAIGN THE FIRST AND ONLY TO ORGANIZE IN ALL 18 COUNTIES IN GA-10 RACE
Organization shows overwhelming grassroots support for frontrunner campaign
Jackson, GA—Today, Conservative businessman and Pro-Trump Trucker Mike Collins announced that his campaign was the first and only to be organized with grassroots leadership in all 18 counties across Georgia’s 10th Congressional District. Thanks to Mike’s involvement in his community and business all across Eastern Georgia the campaign today released an extensive list of county chairs and grassroots supporters in all 18 counties. These supporters are hardworking Georgian’s ready to help build support, raise resources, and get out the vote to send a true America First businessman to Congress.
I’m humbled by the support of so many great leaders across every county in our district,” said Mike Collins. “This is a testament to the hard work our team has put in and the movement we’ve led. It’s clear the voters of this district want a candidate who has lived, worked, raised a family, and built a business in the district who will go to Washington and fight for our values–and that’s exactly what we’re going to do. With growing support across the district, we are working to mobilize our volunteers and build momentum toward an overwhelming win at the ballot box on May 24.”
The grassroots county chairs are as follows:
Charles Chase III
Mike’s lead in grassroots support comes on the heels of a new poll released by prominent Georgia and National pollster, Trafalgar Group, showing Mike with a resounding lead. According to the poll, Collins leads the field with 35.6 percent of the primary vote with the next-closest competitor, Paul Broun at 11.1 percent, followed by David Curry at 9.1 percent, Timothy Barr at 7.7 percent, Mark McMain at 6.6 percent, and Patrick Witt at 2.4 percent–with “other candidates” at 12 percent. When Vernon Jones was placed on the ballot, he received 1.9 percent–with Mike Collins ticking up slightly to 35.8 percent and all other candidates remaining relatively unchanged. In both scenarios, undecideds accounted for only roughly 15 percent of the total vote share, meaning the race as it stands today is relatively settled. On top of his clear polling lead, Mike also has a significant fundraising advantage, with $751,000 cash on hand at the end of the 4th Quarter—nearly double his next closest competitor.