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Please Join us for the Cherokee Has Choices Fund Raiser

In an event designed to highlight that the residents of Cherokee County have choices in who represents them under the Gold Dome, the Scot Turner for State House Seat 21 Campaign will host a fundraiser at Big Woods Goods the evening of Wednesday, March 7 from 5 to 8 p.m..

Campaign contributors will compete using Big Woods Goods state of the art target carrier system. Targets will be turned on edge facing away and down range. They will be moved to a distance of 25’ and then turned so that targets will face the contestant. At this time the contestant will have 6 seconds to take five shots using a 9mm, 38spl, 40 or 45acp pistol before the carrier turns back to edge. The best score wins! Contestants can enter as many times as they would like up to the maximum allowable aggregate contribution of $2500. Each entry is $50.

The event will also feature food and soft drinks and is open to the public. Guests can come anytime during the event hours and an RSVP is not required.

First place will win a Browning Citori O/U 12 gauge Shotgun.

Second place will win a Sig Mosquito 22lr pistol.

And third place will win a Big Woods Goods Silver Individual Range Membership.

Because the Turner for House Campaign does not accept donations from lobbyists, should any lobbyist decide to attend, they will be asked not to participate.


More info: Contact Scot Turner at 678 576 2644 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Visit us on the web at www.turnerforhouse.com or on Facebook at facebook.com/turnerforhouse.


Paid for by Friends of Scot Turner. Scot’s campaign does not accept contributions from lobbyists, Political Action Committees (PACs), or from outside of the State of Georgia. State law requires our campaign disclose the name, address, occupation, and employer of all donors whose aggregate contribution exceeds $100 in a calendar year, however we go a step further and disclose all contributions. The maximum donation allowable under the law is $2500 per primary, and $2500 per general election. Contributions, while appreciated, are not tax deductible.

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