Euharlee Councilman Craig Guyton Endorses GOP Candidate Trey Kelley

CEDARTOWN – Cedartown native Trey Kelley today announced the formal endorsement and support of Euharlee City Councilman Craig Guyton in Kelley’s bid for the Georgia State House.  A life long resident of Bartow County, Councilman Guyton joins scores of business, community and conservative leaders who are standing behind Trey Kelley.

“I am supporting Trey Kelley for District 16 State Representative because Trey’s conservative and family values are very similar to my own. Trey will provide needed leadership and knows how to help the businesses and residents in District 16.  I believe his knowledge on the issues currently facing Georgia and his common sense approach to finding solutions is desperately needed in the State House,” stated Councilman Guyton.  “I am proud to endorse Trey Kelley and hope that the voters in District 16 will add a great member to the conservative team in Atlanta.”

“I am honored to have a dedicated public servant and community leader like Councilman Craig Guyton supporting my campaign.  Our State needs more leaders in the House of Representatives who will focus on building our economy while keeping our taxes low,” said Kelley.  “I look forward to working with Councilman Guyton to win this election and building a better future for our community.”

Born and raised right here in Northwest Georgia, Trey Kelley understands the values of our community and what makes this a great place to live, work and raise a family.  Trey grew up in Cedartown and was raised by Doyle and Laura Kelley, both educators in the Polk County School District.  A graduate of Shorter University, Trey is the Director of Marketing for the W.C. Brooks Co., where he heads up special projects and marketing for the firm.  He currently is pursuing his Juris Doctorate at Georgia State University School.  Trey stays active in the community where he has held multiple leadership roles such as President of the Cedartown Exchange Club and Chairman of the Polk County Republican Party.  Trey is married to the former Amy Marvin of Powder Springs.  The couple attends First Baptist Church in Cedartown where they reside.

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