This south Georgia native has had a front row seat to the issues troubling the state in recent years, and vows to be a gamechanger to the establishment.
Georgia grassroots gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor will headline an upcoming event called the Rally at Lucy Belle Farm that will take place on Sunday, February 13 from 3 pm to 5 pm. The event will be hosted by Lucy Belle Farm. The address for the event is 1159 Wildwood Church Rd N Coastal Hwy in Pembroke, which is a Georgia town located in Bryan County, and a stone’s throw away from Chatham County.
“I’m nobody special,” says Taylor, referring to her status as a non-establishment candidate that has been a private citizen and public servant her entire life, working as a school administrator and teacher for 20 years. “But our Constitution doesn’t talk about leaders. It doesn’t say ‘vote for a good leader.’ It says ‘public servant’ and ‘trustee of the people,’” Taylor points out.
Taylor is a South Georgia native, who is well aware of the valuable resources the state has to offer. “Georgia feeds the world, but we are going to feed Georgia first,” she said in a recent speech at a Chatham County event. Taylor has also emphasized how important it is to her to have a grassroots campaign with smaller donors.
And though the current governor only recently made an announcement admitting that there was foul play in the 2020 election in Georgia, Taylor has been going to bat all year for Georgia’s citizens, by investigating the electoral fraud that took place in Georgia. She saw how concerned the people of Georgia were about their rights and took it upon herself to pull tabulator tapes, make Open Records Requests and track down chain of custody documents.
“Governor Kemp likes to use the tag ‘easy to vote, hard to cheat.’ And I hate that. Because it shouldn’t be easy to vote; it’s the highest right of our land,” stated Taylor in a recent interview with local news outlet We the People in Wayne County. “I want it secure, legal, fair voting, and then I don’t want it hard to cheat, I want it impossible to cheat.” In 2020, Taylor also ran for Congress in Georgia.
The Rally at Lucy Belle Farm will also feature a variety of other speakers, including Courtney Epps, EA, PhD, from the Conservative Chamber of Georgia, lieutenant governor candidate Zoe Warren, congressional candidate Surrea Ivey and Fallback USA vendor Lucretia Hughes. Local radio station WUCC 99.9 FM and The Patriot Party podcast will also be present at the event.
The event will offer vendors, snacks and drinks, and there will be items up for auction. There is no cost for the event, but donations are greatly appreciated. Donations for items to auction at the event are also welcome. On the previous day, Saturday February 12, Taylor will headline another event in Liberty County. The venue for that event is the 17 South Rod and Gun Club in Pembroke, Georgia, which is also close to Chatham County.
One of the pledges Taylor plans on making when elected is to get rid of the Dominion voting equipment that has been a major source of controversy regarding secure voting in Georgia, and switch to paper ballots and no machines. “We can secure standardized testing in schools, and people can go to prison when they cheat in testing violations, but we can’t secure our elections? That’s ignorant, completely asinine, and I’m sick of it.”
For more details about this event please check out the flyer below. For details about the other upcoming event in Liberty County, click here to view the flyer on Kandiss Taylor’s Facebook page.
For more information on the campaign or either of the two e vents mentioned above, please contact Kandiss Taylor’s campaign scheduler, Christi Maude. Her email is CHRISTI.firstname.lastname@example.org and her phone number is 912 312 4091.
For more information about Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor online, please visit www.kandisstaylor.com.