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Music is an instrumental learning device for kids to become more interactive and it's involvement can cause a revolutionary moment with musicians from all ages and backgrounds, coming together in one union. Each member willing to participate and take part in the rejoining of people in our community, encouraging others to come together. I play many musical instruments. Teaching others how to play for a large audience and festivals in their local city. This candidacy is a moment in history for me to be involved in the positive economic growth and reunionizing of the people to the state in this district. We want to be a model for others. I also study many historians and ancient history. I consider myself to have a wide range of proficiencies but in no way consider myself able to run this district alone. It takes teamwork and teammates willing to work together for our nation best interest. I aim to do that as your candidate. I believe in the Constitution and the right to bear arms. I believe we can do more to protect the citizens of the nation and we have to start from the root -our youth. Education and understanding the law is fundamental in this time. We can stand and make the difference.
"I was Chosen to serve the District as a State legislative candidate during an unprecedented crisis for a reason."
I want to be remembered for helping others. My legacy statement is the same as my campaign motto "Believe in Excellence and you will have what you say."
I aim to convey unprecedented results.
The community need to be heard!
One person is empowered by another's lack of knowledge, therefore, I encourage you to become an active citizen. Know what's going on in your area and those that represent you.
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My name is Evans T. Primus, Jr. I was born December 9, 1990 in Waycross, Georgia, in the lineage of Prof. Walter Myles, my great-great grandfather, and prominent educator. (Dr. Myles principled black students during segregation, with the help of his wife & school teacher, in several counties throughout Southeast Georgia, most notably, Alma, Georgia's former mayor, James Dean.)
My grandmother is a farmer in Pierce County, Georgia. She taught me the importance of agricultural - based living. My mother is a US Navy veteran. She exemplifies integrity, success, courage, and commitment in work and school. She's also an accountant.
I graduated from Pierce county High in 2009. I attended The Arts Institute of Atlanta and other colleges from 2009 to 2016. I've studied and have the basic knowledge of welding, business administration, audio production, automotive painting and repair. I play many musical instruments. Most recently, I delve into historical studies and science in my leisure to broaden the Dynamics of thinking. I believe that this candidacy is a chance for me to show others my age; step up into the ranks and be heard in your community, be the positive impact and not the liability.