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District 2 Candidate is an ‘Ex-Con’ Activist with a New Name & Mission

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A local activist running for District 2 Commissioner in Augusta says he is an ex-con who “served his time” and now wants to clean up the mess he helped create.

Leroy Crew Jr., who goes by “Ray Montana,” makes no secret about his criminal past. A year ago, he posted this Facebook message: “For th...

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Well, if he promises criminal amnesty and free weed and crack for everyone in District 2, he will win the election. If Augusta was an airplane, it is at the point in its flight where the stewardesses are going down the aisle instructing the passengers to assume the crash position.

  2. Well if elected his use of f bombs every other word will make the commission meetings entertaining..as far as what he will do? Hell, he will fit right in with all the uncomvicted criminals running city business…

  3. How I long for the Days of Hugh Eugene Tudor! A good man who tried hard to represent the voters – 35 times defeated. Why? Because he opposed the established regime. He didn’t win, but ruffled a lot of feathers and increased accountability in city leadership.

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