Nunn addresses strategy leak, moving forward with campaign
Right from the start, Nunn addressed her leaked campaign strategy, jokingly calling the move even more of a “transparent and open look” at her campaign than she expected.
She took time to reassure voters that she is genuine in her efforts and says she’s the best person for the job.
“I have 25 years of proven experience dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives and that has been a manifestation of what happens when people work together,” Nunn said.
She met with the co-owners of Ocmulgee Traders, a grocery store in Macon, on how their business took advantage of low interest loans provided by Georgia’s downtown “Renaissance Act.”
“I know what it takes to start something, to grow something. I know the pressures and opportunities of creating an organization, and that’s what I see in these small businesses and entrepreneurs,” Nunn said.
She also says there’s a big contrast between her and her opponent and believes voters will see that.
“They’re going to see someone who has devoted their life to trying to make a difference in the lives of Georgians, and they’re going to see someone on the other side who has a different kind of a record and one that I think has been more about actually profit over people,” Nunn said.
Nunn is running against businessman David Perdue in the November election to fill one of the U.S. Senate seats.