“This momentum is reflective of what I’ve been hearing in my many conversations with voters – we’re ready to send more business outsiders to Congress,” said Bob Gray. “We can’t keep sending politicians to Washington and expect different results.”
As a business executive, Bob Gray has worked with dozens of Fortune 500 and private equity companies across a range of industries. His responsibilities have taken him to nearly 30 countries including China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, and the UK. As an investor in technology businesses, Bob serves on the board of directors of Ammacore, an Alpharetta-based North American network solutions company. Bob also led the development of the Swift School in Roswell, the largest school in the Southeast devoted to teaching children with dyslexia.
In addition to being the first campaign to have signs up all across the district, the Bob Gray Campaign was the first candidate to go on the air with a district-wide cable TV ad buy.
The full results of the zpolitics / Clout Research poll can be found here.
“Being second in a crowded field of 11 Republican candidates this early is impressive – especially given that Bob has not spent multiple campaigns and millions of dollars building a political profile over many years.” – Joash Thomas, Spokesman for the Bob Gray for Congress Campaign