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Keeping up with Catherine McKnight

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District 3 Commissioner Catherine McKnight has become a bit of a political lightning rod in her short tenure in office, and she says she has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.

The daughter of the late Grady Smith, who served as District 10 Commissioner for nearly eight years, McKnight says t...

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  1. It’s so sad that Mrs. McKnight frequently comes out on the short end of the votes for moving our ENTIRE county forward. However, she’s a very popular representative in District 3 for good reasons. She gives it her best.

  2. Catherine is a very smart beautiful young Lady that happens to be a commissioner. A lot of people outside of her District call her for help to something done and she is on it. I am proud to have had Grady Smith as a Friend and I am equally proud to have Catherine as a Friend.

  3. She is truly a breath of fresh air in Augusta politics. She has quickly and efficiently addressed several concerns I’ve brought to her. She stands for what is right and good for the
    area, rather than what will benefit her personally, which is a stark contrast from most of the others. I’m thankful and proud she is my commissioner.

  4. I went to high school with Catherine. She has always been a kind, caring person. I’m not surprised at all by this article. I’m so happy to see her getting some credit for her hard work despite the circumstances of being in the minority.

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