In November we are given the opportunity to vote for a good man on the East Ridge City Council. Marc Gravitt is a man with extremely high principles, a unique person with business experience, a veteran of the U.S. Army and a great family man.
Marc will serve us well. His personality, honesty and dedication to our city means we can expect his very best in each decision he makes on our behalf.
A vote for Marc Gravitt means good government for East Ridge.
Marc is having a breakfast at Wallys in East Ridge Saturday morning from 9-11. This is his kickoff. You are invited.
Curtis D. Adams
Senior Retired County Commissioner
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I have only known Marc Gravitt for three years. In that period I have discovered that he is a man of integrity and honor. Marc devotes a lot of his time and effort for the betterment of the City of East Ridge and it‘s citizens. Working with East Ridge Revitalization and World Changers, Marc has help change the quality of life for many people.
Marc has proven to me that he has a knowledge for business and a determination to success. I believe his dedication to God, family and community will make Marc an elected official we can all be proud of.
I plan on attending his campaign kick off breakfast this Saturday morning and encourage everyone to attend and support Marc
John Tilley, president
First Choice Glass & Aluminum, Inc.
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Marc is a person of great morals and character. Marc will have the city at heart and has proven business ethics. The city is in great need of business minded leadership and Marc is the man for the job. Please give Marc your vote in November so along with other city officials we can move the city in the right direction.
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I would like to throw my support behind Marc Gravitt. He should have received the automatic nomination by coming in third two years ago when a councilmember became mayor. That decision was wrong, but now we need to make it right. I would like to ask everyone to really look at who is running this election cycle and choose Marc for our councilman. He can be a big asset to our community.