Grassroots Georgia Congressional candidate William Llop needs 15,000 votes from Sandy Springs residents in the Republican Primary on July 31.
Llop, a CPA and Sandy Springs native, asked the Mayor and City Council for support during the public hearing segment of last week’s City Council meeting.
“I think we all agree that we have no idea where our money goes when we send in our taxes, in April,” he said. “It’s time for someone to go to Washington that understands math.”
Llop is running in the 11th Congressional District race against incumbent Phil Gingrey and candidate Michael Opitz. The District includes parts of Sandy Springs, portions of Cobb County and all of Bartow and Cherokee Counties.
Llop expects about a 20 percent turnout in Sandy Springs on election day and believes that will garner the 15,000 votes he is hoping for.