doesn't know how his
name got on the list in the first place since he
doesn't remember filing for the exemption.Williams says he
can find no record that Morris
Smith also made a claim in a TV interview that Morris
profited from the sale of a pickup truck to the county.
The list includes Chairman Rustin's name in bold print at the top, followed by John Kerry, Julie Hart Reaves, Mandel Edenfield, Duston Tapley, Greg Morris
and Hugh McCullough.
...October 25 -- State representative Greg Morris of Vidalia is denying claims by his opponent in the race for the 155th House seat that Morris ducked a vote on a pro-life bill last January.
Republican Rick Berry points to the House voting record which shows that Morris
did not cast a vote on a bill that would have moved "Woman's Right to Know" legislation from the house judiciary committee to the health and human services committee.Closer examination of the voting record that day also shows that a Republican pro-life lawmaker, Terry Barnard of Tattnall County, performed the same as Morris
and did not cast a vote on the legislation.
says if his
not voting that day had meant anything, he
would not have received the endorsement of the Georgia Right to Life political action committee last month.
...October 8 -- State representative Greg Morris of Vidalia reports campaign contributions nearly three times greater than those of his challenger, Rick Berry of Lyons.
is an incumbent democrat running for re-election in House District 155.His
latest campaign disclosure report shows contributions of nearly $182,000 including fourteen cash gifts from political action committees.Republican Rick Berry's report reflects contributions of just over $66,000 with no PAC contributions to date.With less than a month to go till the election, Morris
had a fund balance of $125,000 compared to Berry's balance of nearly $28,000.