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Congressman Phil Gingrey MD, attends the announcement of Tracy Lewis announcing her candidacy for Bartow County Commissioner at the Bartow Republican Headquarters.

June 1, 2012
Tracy Lewis Candidate for Bartow County Commissioner Opens Adairsville Headquarters

March 23, 2012
Tracy Lewis Candidate for Bartow County Commissioner Opens Cartersville Headquarters

January 28, 2012
Community Leader and Businessperson Tracy A.D. Lewis Announces Candidacy for Bartow County Commissioner

A Record of Proven Leadership


image of Tracy Lewis with Ballard and Nancy MauldinJune 1, 2012: Candidate for Bartow County Commissioner, Tracy A D Lewis, left, with Ballard and Nancy Mauldin, supporters whom were born and raised in Adairsville, announced the opening of her headquarters Friday. The opening took place at 5943 Joe Frank Harris Pkwy, Suite A, Adairsville. "Reaching out to all the areas of our beautiful Bartow County is a top priority of our campaign. The Adairsville community and people are a tremendous asset to Bartow County and I want them to feel included." Currently, the headquarters will be open on Friday's from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and additional times will be posted on the door and the website. Lewis asks that those interested in her campaign visit the Adairsville or the Cartersville headquarters at 107 N. Tennessee Street or visit her website at www.TracyForBartow.com.

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For Immediate Release: March 23, 2012
Contact: Tracy Lewis, 770-655-2945
Tracy Lewis Candidate for Bartow County Commissioner Opens Cartersville Headquarters

Tracy A.D. Lewis Opens Cartersville Headquarters

CARTERSVILLE, GA – Candidate for Bartow County Commissioner, Tracy Lewis, announced the opening of her Cartersville Headquarters today. The opening took place at 107 N. Tennessee Street. Lewis states, “The headquarters will serve as one of the primary sites for constituents to visit, ask questions, contribute, be part of the campaign and obtain campaign information.

The opening took place with my friends, family, constituents and community leaders taking part in opening activities.” She also plans to open another headquarters in the Adairsville area in the near future.

A solid fiscally conservative businesswoman and Republican focused on results, Lewis is seeking to represent the citizens of Bartow County and build on the progress of the county with economic development, adding jobs and expanding opportunities in the county with a focus on tourism. “Bartow County has many wonderful tourism sites and we need to expand the growth in that area,” states Lewis. Exposing the many benefits of Bartow County will not only provide increased dollars from tourism but also provide exposure to bringing new business into Bartow County and provide stability for current business owners.

“These are tough times for working families and seniors in Bartow County,” stated Lewis, “I am committed to a balanced growth of Bartow County by increasing employment opportunities, cultivating economic development, and supporting services for the elderly.”

Lewis has devoted her entire career in successful businesses, civic organizations and working and improving Bartow County. She has already earned the support of numerous community leaders and elected officials.

Her long and extensive experience in Bartow County and the relationships Lewis has built with policymakers, advocacy groups, civic organizations and business leaders gives her the unique ability to hit the ground running as Bartow County Commissioner. “Tracy grew up in Bartow County, has lived and worked in Bartow County all her life and can take that history and business success into building Bartow’s tomorrow,” states Ballard Mauldin, Businessman and lifelong resident of Bartow.

"Tracy is committed to creating quality jobs, controlling taxes to protect seniors on fixed incomes and reducing the number of children and working families in poverty,” states Janet Martin, local businesswoman highlighting her support.

“Tracy is smart, asks the tough questions, demands accountability and produces real results. She builds relationships to get things done and she is exactly what we need as a County Commissioner," states James Bailey, Retired Bartow County Fire Chief and lifelong resident of Bartow County.

Lewis lists many community and business accomplishments all of which have been in Bartow County:

Owner - FasTrak Delivery and Warehouse Inc.; Chairwoman - Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce (being only the second female Chair in the Chamber’s history); Bartow Executive Women Founder; Leadership Bartow Graduate; Cartersville/Bartow Chamber of Commerce "Drug's Don't Work", Executive Partner; Leadership GEORGIA, Graduate, Georgia Chamber of Commerce; United Way of Bartow County, Campaign Chairman; GA Academy of Economic Development, Graduate; Bartow ROTARY Club member and Paul Harris Fellow; Chattahoochee Technical College, Board Member, Vice-Chair of Finance and Operations; and Georgia Bank & Trust, Board of Directors .

Please visit the Cartersville headquarters at 107 North Tennessee Street or visit the website at: www.TracyForBartow.com 

For Immediate Release: January 28, 2012
Contact: Tracy Lewis, 770-655-2945 or Donna Johnson, 770-714-7605
Community Leader and Businessperson Tracy A.D. Lewis Announces Candidacy for Bartow County Commissioner

Tracy A.D. Lewis Seeks Position of Bartow County Commissioner

CARTERSVILLE, GA. – Touting her strong record of leadership, coalition building and getting results to benefit the community and economy, Tracy A.D. Lewis announced today her candidacy for the Bartow County Commissioner.

A solid progressive businesswoman and Republican focused on results, Lewis is seeking to represent the citizens of Bartow County and build on the progress of the county with economic development, employment, growth and opportunity.

Lewis announced her candidacy today at the Republican Headquarters surrounded by family, friends, neighbors and community leaders, including Congressman Phil Gingrey, and other local leaders.

“These are tough times for working families and seniors in Bartow County,” stated Lewis, “I am committed to growing Bartow County by increasing employment opportunities, cultivating economic development, improving education and taking care of the elderly citizens of Bartow County”. Lewis has devoted her entire career in successful businesses, civic organizations and working and improving Bartow County. She has already earned the support of numerous community leaders and elected officials.

Her long and extensive experience in Bartow County and the relationships Lewis has built with policymakers, advocacy groups, civic organizations and business leaders gives her the unique ability to hit the ground running as Bartow County Commissioner. “Tracy grew up in Bartow County, has lived and worked in Bartow County all her life and can take that history and business success into building Bartow’s tomorrow,” states Ballard Mauldin, Businessman and lifelong resident of Bartow.

"Tracy is committed to creating quality jobs, controlling taxes to protect seniors on fixed incomes and reducing the number of children and working families in poverty,” states Janet Martin, local businesswoman highlighting her support. “Tracy is smart, asks the tough questions, demands accountability and produces real results. She builds relationships to get things done and she is exactly what we need as a County Commissioner," states James Bailey, Retired Bartow County Fire Chief and lifelong resident of Bartow County.

Lewis lists many community and business accomplishments all of which have been in Bartow County:

Owner- FasTrak Delivery and Warehouse Inc.; Chairwoman - Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce (being only the second female Chair in the Chamber’s history); Bartow Executive Women Founder; Leadership Bartow Graduate; Bartow Chamber Board of Directors; Cartersville/Bartow Chamber of Commerce "Drug's Don't Work", Executive Partner; Leadership GEORGIA, Graduate, Georgia Chamber of Commerce; GA Academy of Economic Development, Graduate; Bartow ROTARY Club member and Paul Harris Fellow; Chattahoochee Technical College, Board Member, Vice-Chair of Finance and Operations; and Georgia Bank & Trust, Board of Directors.

Lewis has received several awards over her career, some include: 1999 Small Business Person of the Year from the Cartersville Bartow Chamber of Commerce, 1999 “Art of Achievement” award from YWCA of Cobb County. In 2002 she received the “Lee Arrendale Award for Vocational Excellence” from Bartow ROTARY club. In 2003 United Way of Bartow County honored her with the Matthew Hill “Volunteer of the Year Award”.

Tracy graduated from Cass High School, with Honors, in 1984. She graduated from Berry College in 1988 with Business Administration Degree, and also was President of the Student Government Association. Tracy has been an active member of Tabernacle Baptist Church for over 30 years.