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Phyllis Hatcher Announces Historical Candidacy for Georgia’s 10th Congressional District.

Updated: Aug 20, 2021






“Georgia’s 10th Congressional District is at a critical inflection point,” says Hatcher, “the people of this District deserve honest and bold leadership”. Major parts of the district are lacking infrastructure improvements, access to good quality healthcare and high-quality opportunities for innovation. It’s time for District 10 to have a representative who cares about the well-being of ALL the district and not just wanting to hold on to power.”




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Phyllis Hatcher Announces Historical Candidacy for

Georgia’s 10th Congressional District.



AUBURN, GA – Saturday, July 17, 2021, Pastor and Businesswoman, Phyllis Hatcher will officially announce her candidacy for Georgia’s 10th Congressional District in three district locations. Beginning at 9:00AM in Gwinnett County, City of Auburn (at the Red Caboose) 1361 Fourth Ave, Auburn, GA 30011. Then at 12 NOON, heading to Clarke County, Clerk of State Courthouse (on the courthouse steps), at 325 E. Washington St. #450, Athens, GA 30603. Lastly, 4:00 PM in Hancock County, Hancock County Courthouse (on the courthouse steps) at 12630 Broad Street, Sparta, GA 31087.


“I support Phyllis Hatcher’s candidacy for Georgia’s 10th Congressional District,” says Carlotta Harrell, President of Georgia Federation of Democratic Women. “We need more dedicated women and people of color representing us in Congress.”


Phyllis plans to spend the campaign season traveling Georgia’s 10th Congressional District is listening to the concerns of residents and business owners in her family RV. Hatcher’s top priorities are Jobs, Healthcare, Housing, Schools, Safety & Justice.


“Georgia’s 10th Congressional District is at a critical inflection point,” says Hatcher, “the people of this District deserve honest and bold leadership”. Major parts of the district are lacking infrastructure improvements, access to good quality healthcare and high-quality opportunities for innovation. It’s time for District 10 to have a representative who cares about the well-being of ALL the district and not just wanting to hold on to power.” As Georgia’s 10th Congressional District representative Phyllis Hatcher would make history as the first African American, the first female and the first District 10 Congresswoman with an Emmy nomination. The press is highly encouraged to attend, and the public is cordially invited to help kick off the exciting new campaign.


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