Suwanee, GA— Yesterday, The Atlanta Journal Constitution featured Lynne Homrich in a front page article highlighting her efforts to reach out to voters across the 7th Congressional District. To date the Homrich for Congress campaign has knocked on over 10,000 doors and is continuing to reach out and engage with voters on a daily basis.
The story follows Lynne as she talks voters in Forsyth County and shares her message of getting results in Washington and fighting for the people of the 7th Congressional District.
“Armed with a supersized flyer plastered with her picture, Lynne Homrich went door to door in a wealthy Forsyth County neighborhood full of Republican voters with the same message.
She’s a conservative. She hates the Washington status quo. And she fights for “results over resistance.”
The full article by Greg Bluestein can be found here.
Lynne Homrich worked as an executive in human resources at Home Depot. Homrich also founded She’s a 10, a nonprofit dedicated to building confidence and character in young women and preparing them for leadership roles. Lynne and her husband David have lived in the Atlanta area for 30 years and have raised their four children there.
Visit LynneHomrich.com to learn more about Lynne and her campaign to bring real world experience and common sense to Washington.