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Commission Chairman Carter Infinger to seek re-election
Carter Infinger
Carter Infinger is the current chairman of the Bryan County Commission.

Carter Infinger has announced he will seek a third term as chairman of the Bryan County Commission.

Infinger, who also served six years as District 4 commissioner prior to his election to the chairman’s post in 2016, said he decided to run again after reflecting on the county’s historic growth and realizing there was more work to be done.

“I am eager to continue moving the county forward,” he said, citing a number of accomplishments during his tenure that ranged from lowering the millage rate on property taxes to Hyundai’s decision to locate a state of the art electric vehicle manufacturing plant in Black Creek. That project is worth some $7.5 billion in investment in Bryan County and more than $11 billion in the state.

“During the time I have been chairman, we have been able to reduce the millage rate every year,” he said. “It is one of the lowest in the state, saving tax dollars for our citizens. We have worked hard to land the largest economic project in the history of the state of Georgia.”

Infinger said his experience will help Bryan County navigate what’s yet to come.

“The relationships and friendships I have made locally and both on a federal and state level during this process will help us as we continue to move forward,” he said. “There is still work to be done and I’m dedicated to work hard to make sure Bryan County continues to be successful.”

He also thanked residents for their support, telling them “I’m very grateful for the trust and support you have shown me and I look forward to listening to your concerns and continuing to work for you.”

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