FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 27, 2016
Contact: Jeffrey Sewell
Georgia State Representative Jeff Jones never endorsed Dr. Peter Murphy in his candidacy for Glynn County Commissioner
Brunswick, Georgia - Today we learned, that paid-staff working on behalf of now Commissioner-Elect Dr. Peter Murphy, created, distributed, and promoted fraudulent posts on Facebook, and may have sent other dishonest electronic communications designed to falsify an endorsement by Representative Jeff Jones of Dr. Peter Murphy.
To be very clear, Representative Jeff Jones never endorsed Dr. Peter Murphy period. If you feel that you may have received fraudulent communications via phone, email and or social media, we encourage you to forward and or share those communications with us at: http://www.votejeffjones.com/contact_us and or by calling us at 912-386-0428.
On behalf of Rep. Jones, Thank you and God bless.
With kind regards,
Friends of Jeff Jones
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Lindsey Adkison/The Brunswick News
Glynn County’s delegation to the Georgia General Assembly is pushing for township over incorporation for St. Simons Island.
That was the collective message Sen. William Ligon and Reps. Alex Atwood and Jeff Jones, all St. Simons Island Republicans, delivered to the business community during the annual Grits and Issues event, hosted by the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce.
“I personally support this concept. It avoids the full blown city issue but still gives authority to the residents,” Jones said. “It will help address the real issue — control over development on St. Simons Island..."
Creating a township would be a wiser route to take, they said, noting it would mitigate any negative effects incorporation may have on Brunswick, Sea Island or other unincorporated areas of the county. READ FULL STORY →