Republicans set up shop in Lee County

Congressional candidate, John House, addresses local Republicans. / Matt Prichard

Republicans around the Albany area set up a brand new headquarters just inside the Lee County border on US-19.

The new headquarters will be open through the November elections promoting and educating people on the difference between the two presidential candidates.

"This is just a place where people can come volunteer their efforts with phone banking, writing letter to editor, to get the message out on the difference between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney," said Chairman Brad Hughes.

Bumper stickers, signs, and pins are available at the headquarters and officials hope everyone will join in supporting their cause.