10:49 am May 26, 2010, by Staff reports
Larry Peterson of SavannahNow.com reports that Seth Harp says he will be one of the top two finishers in the July 20 Republican primary for state insurance commissioner.
And Harp, a Columbus state senator campaigning Tuesday in Chatham and Effingham counties, says he’ll win the Aug. 10 runoff.
“People have come to know me through my 10 years of legislative service,” he said. “They know me as a person of integrity. It’s a matter of trust.”
Nine Republicans – including John Mamalakis of Savannah – and one Democrat are seeking to replace the GOP’s John Oxendine, who is running for governor. Read the complete story
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