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Banker running in Midway race
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Businessman and Georgia Incentive Community Housing Program representative T. Gerald Lee is running for a seat on the Midway City Council.

“I will represent the interests of the people with a daily commitment to leave no one behind as our city grows and prospers,” Lee said in a news release.

Citing economic growth and development as a priority, Lee said he sees opportunities for Midway.

“I support economic growth and development in the city and at the Interstate 95 gateway,” he said.

Working in the mortgage industry for more than 18 years, Lee said customer service and helping people make sound financial decisions is his passion.

“I am running for city council because I believe in Midway and all that we can achieve together,” Lee said. “Everyone deserves a shot at fulfilling a dream, especially our young people. To accomplish this, I promise to listen and to engage in our neighborhoods.”

In addition to serving as the Midway representative for the Georgia Incentive Community Housing Program, Lee serves on the board of directors for the Liberty County YMCA, and is first vice president of the Eleven Black Men of Liberty County.

Lee earned a bachelor’s of science degree in business from Morris Brown College in Atlanta. He has lived in Midway since 2013 with his wife, former Liberty County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Valya Lee.

Early voting runs Oct. 16-Nov. 3. Election day is Nov. 7. Contact the Committee to Elect T. Gerald Lee, at for more information.

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