Public support continues to grow for Scot Turner: “With the challenges we face in the coming years, it is imperative that we elect representatives that will protect and defend the Constitution and promote traditional American values. For this reason, I am putting my support behind Scot Turner for the Georgia House of Representatives. I believe Scot will be a strong voice for Cherokee County and will stand strong for conservative principles. Scot has my full endorsement, and I wish him the best in his campaign,” Sen. Loudermilk said.
Scot Turner announced another round of public endorsements from voters and activists in Cherokee County for the HD 21 Special Election on January 8 that includes Cherokee County Republican Party Chairman Bob Rugg. Cindy Castello, Jeff Whitmire, and former Cherokee County GOP Chairman Jeff Duncan have also publicly proclaimed their support for Turner’s campaign.
Along with work, Scot Turner functions as a citizen activist serving both as a precinct chair and a member of the Board of Directors for the Cherokee County GOP. He has had the honor of being selected to serve as a Sergeant-at-Arms for both the Sixth District and State GOP Conventions as well as establishing the social media efforts for the Canton Tea Party Patriots. In these positions, Scot has worked tirelessly to honor the conservative values instilled in him by his life experiences as well the traditional principles encouraged by Watermarke Community Church where he and his family are active congregants.