GA gubernatorial candidate Hunter Hill stops by Columbus

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Today, a man running for Ga governor made a visit to the Fountain City while on his statewide bus tour.

Hunter Hill took to the streets of Columbus to shake hands and converse with supporters while speaking to them about his campaign and promises.

Hill is hoping to gain supporters in Columbus by voicing his main thoughts on public safety, transportation, and education in Georgia.

"We need to invest more in our transportation system and we do that by just being conservative with the budget and finding areas where we can cut so we can invest in our infrastructure but have no income tax so we can bring in more economic opportunity for everyone in the state," says Hill.

Hill is a candidate who has served in the state Senate for five years and a military veteran having served three combat tours.

While serving, he earned several awards and now he wants a chance to spread his conservative plans over the state of Georgia.

"Now, is the time, we don't have forever to make some of these changes in our government to get us to a more limited and focused government," said Hill.

He is one of four Republican candidates for governor, up against Brian Kemp, Michael Williams, and Casey Cagle, after the elections supervisor announced Marc Urbach has withdrawn.

Hill says he encourages everyone to get out to the polls in the primaries on May 22nd.

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