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Jim Pace to run for congress

Pinewood Atlanta Studios developer Jim Pace is shown here at the groundbreaking of Georgia Military College's Fayetteville campus, which opened late last summer. Pace announced Wednesday he is running for congress to fill the vacancy being left by Third District Congressman Lynn Westmoreland. (Staff photo by Danny Harrison)

Fayette developer Jim Pace has announced he will join the contest to replace Lynn Westmoreland as Third District congressman. Westmoreland announced earlier this month he will not seek reelection this year, saying he wants to open the seat to someone else while he considers what he will do next in service to

West Point mayor enters Third District congressional race

Drew Ferguson

Less than a month after Third District U.S. Congressman Lynn Westmoreland announced he would not seek reelection after his current term, West Point Mayor Drew Ferguson has announced he will contend for the open seat. “Washington is broken and as a small businessman I know that what our communities need from Congress is that they… Continue reading West Point mayor enters Third District congressional race