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Giving our new governor some fraternal advice
Dick Yarbrough
Dear Gov. Kemp: I trust you are settled into your new job and are busy governing our beloved state. My purpose in writing is to let you know you aren’t in this thing alone. I am always available to dip into my deep reservoir of political knowledge whenever you need me. Heck, you don’t even have to need me. I’ll dip in, anyway. It’s what I do. First off, I am happy to see a fellow brother of the Nu Zeta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha at the University of Georgia occupy the governor’s chair. The last one to do so was Joe Frank Harris, who overhauled public education funding in Georgia, helped establish the World Congress Center and was an important part of the effort to secure the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games for our state. A good governor and a good man.