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Gregory Blue seeks Columbus City Council District 1 seat

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Pastor Gregory K. Blue will campaign in the race for the Columbus City Council.

Blue will officially make the announcement of his candidacy for District 1 outside of the Columbus Government Center Saturday, Feb. 3.

The ceremony will begin at 1:30 p.m.

Blue says he has big goals for the city of Columbus and he is ready to bring change. Some of his plans include:

  • Making Columbus one of the Top 3 cities to live in Georgia
  • Increasing jobs in our community
  • Decreasing the crime rate
  • Increasing youth community involvement

He said he wants Columbus to be known as a place where millennials and youth can build a future. Blue is the senior pastor of Body of Christ Church International in Phenix City and the Presiding Prelate of Perfecting Ministries Worldwide, Inc.

For more information on the Muscogee County elections and registration, click here. 

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