Freemason Governor of Georgia Appointed Another Freemason To Head Georgia National Guard

Video: Bro. Barnes’ Appointment of Bro. Poythress

Fox 5 Atlanta

April 29, 2009

David Poythress Preps for Governor’s Run ATLANTA (MyFOX ATLANTA) – David Poythress said Georgia is ready to elect a conservative Democrat as governor.

The former commander of the Georgia National Guard was the first Democrat to enter the race last summer, 10 years after his last run for the state’s highest office.

General Poythress said he spent half of his time meeting with voters and the other half raising money. Poythress said he expected he will need up to $10 million to run a strong campaign for governor.

This amount is more than six times what Poythress said he spent 10 years ago.

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Both Leading Candidates For Georgia Democratic Party Governor Nomination are Freemasons

Insider Advantage Georgia

July 2, 2009

Two Candidates For Governor Weigh-In On Masonic Controversy

Bro. David Poythress

Bro. Roy Barnes

Former Gov. Roy Barnes and David Poythress Masons, both, as well as rivals for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Georgia – weigh-in on the controversy over alleged racism in their order as the head of Georgia Masonry says the charges submitted for trial to a Masonic “court” that spawned a civil court lawsuit and drew national attention to the matter are being dropped.

But the lawyer for the Atlanta lodge at the center of the firestorm says the civil suit isnt being withdrawn because its members believe there are continuing efforts on other fronts by some in the centuries-old brotherhood to punish them for admitting a black man as a member.

The story hit The APs national newswire on Tuesday and was featured in online editions of such newspapers as The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and the Los Angeles Times. It was reported locally by the AJC, and had been kicking around Masonic Internet blogs for more than a week.

The suit, which was filed in DeKalb Superior Court, seeks a restraining order against the […]

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