State Rep. Riley Demands Nunn be Truthful

| September 23, 2014
While women supporters of Republican nominee David Perdue hold signs on steps inside the state Capitol, state Rep. Lynn Riley, R-Johns Creek, reads a letter signed by her and other GOP female politicians urging the release of details about employment-discrimination complaints at the Points of Light Foundation when Michelle Nunn was its president. Nunn is Perdue’s Democratic opponent in the race for the U.S. Senate. MORRIS NEWS SERVICE/Walter Jones

While women supporters of Republican nominee David Perdue hold signs on steps inside the state Capitol, state Rep. Lynn Riley, R-Johns Creek, reads a letter signed by her and other GOP female politicians urging the release of details about employment-discrimination complaints at the Points of Light Foundation when Michelle Nunn was its president. Nunn is Perdue’s Democratic opponent in the race for the U.S. Senate. MORRIS NEWS SERVICE/Walter Jones

ATLANTA — Representative Lynne Riley (GA-50) joined women all across Georgia today, demanding Democrat U.S. Senate Candidate Michelle Nunn release information regarding at least two past employment discrimination complaints.

Riley, along with Georgia House Speaker Pro Tem Jan Jones (GA-47), Senator Renee Unterman (GA-45), Representative Paulette Braddock (GA-19), Representative Amy Carter (GA-175), Representative Jan Tankersley (GA-160), Julianne Thompson, Donna Sheldon, Linda Umberger, Jennifer McNeeley, Dr. Betty Price, Tricia Pridemore, Ruby Robinson, and Lauren Bell sent a letter to Michelle Nunn stating, in part:

“The people of Georgia are tired of finger pointing and politics-as-usual. Sadly, we see it coming from your campaign every day. Distortions of fact deliberately mislead Georgians, and you know it…To date, the details of these complaints have not been made public. The only way for Georgians to know the truth is for you to voluntarily release this information. Why haven’t you done so already?”

The EEOC complaints were listed in Nunn’s campaign strategy memo as a “potential concern in her record.”

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