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LeAnne Long County Commissioner District 5

May 22, 2024

WOW!!! Thank you!!! 🎉🎉 I am absolutely thrilled about the HUGE win last night! 🙌 Your support means the world to me. So many friends, voters, and supporters worked tirelessly to help make this happen, and I am deeply grateful to each of you. I will never take for granted all of the hard work on my behalf. If I missed your text, call, or FB message, please know that I am grateful for all of them and trying to respond!

Campaigns are tough, not just on the candidates but also on their families and friends. Your unwavering support and dedication have been incredible, and I couldn't have done it without you.

A special thanks to my daughter, Rhiannon L. Townley, my husband, Stanley Long, and Sandie Sigman Stevens for daily moral support, making calls, addressing letters, and knocking on doors!
THIS VICTORY IS OURS, and I am committed to working hard right now and for the Next 4 years! We will make a positive impact on our community. Thank you again from the bottom of my heart!
Onward to November! 💖 #Grateful #Victory #TogetherWeWin


May 10th, 2024

I'm deeply committed to the Republican ideals and have been all of my voting years. I joined this campaign to be a voice for District 5. I haven't been passive; my approach is proactive and solution-oriented. I'm ready to step up because our current leaders aren't effective.

For over three decades, I've been dedicated to holding Newton County officials accountable and have successfully fought against detrimental zoning decisions. Now, more than ever, we must act before it's too late and special interests take over. I've been engaged and active in preserving the community atmosphere of District 5 and preventing it from being overwhelmed by inappropriate developments. Unfortunately, the District 5 communication and energy levels have been lacking compared to other districts over the last four years. I'm in the community daily, witnessing the pressing needs and necessary changes. This campaign goes beyond zoning; many issues require a common-sense solution and lots of passion and energy.

We can only afford to elect someone who truly represents the citizens' voice, not a special interest. In a recorded Chamber interview, my opponent admitted to being recruited to run for this seat against me at the last minute. In his words, he "received several late-night phone calls" from special interests folks. Politics is not fun, but protecting and speaking for ALL OF US is necessary.

If you are on the fence in this election, I would love you to watch both Republican Candidate's platforms on the Newton Chamber Candidates on the Clock; I immediately posted my interview on my page so District 5 could learn more about me. Next, I highly recommend everyone GOOGLE both of us- You will find out a lot about this race for District 5 - I am so glad the citizens of District 5 are getting the facts. On May 21st, we will all vote for the next District 5 commissioner that will shape our community for the next 4 years. LeAnne Long is the right person for District 5. Call me anytime at 770-851-0380








LeAnne Long is excited to announce her District 5 County Commissioner candidacy. She represents a beacon of hope and change for our beloved community.

With a deep-rooted commitment to preserving our community's unique character, LeAnne Long brings a wealth of experience and dedication to the table as a successful business owner and leader in Newton County. LeAnne has been married to Stanley for 37 years and lives in River Cove, at the core of District 5.

Why am I seeking to be our District 5 Commissioner?

I seek to be our District 5 County Commissioner because I believe in the power of effective leadership to shape our community's future. I am deeply committed to preserving the character and integrity of Newton County while facilitating sustainable planned growth. I have a clear vision for inclusive policy-making decisions and the accountability to govern financial transparency and efficacy with every tax dollar spent. I understand firsthand what will happen if a compromised candidate is elected to the District 5 board seat. Builders, Developers, and special interest groups seek to control seats on the Board of Commissioners in this primary election, including District 5, in efforts to change the landscape of Newton County.

LeAnne and Stanley Long


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