Sandra Bullock, who has the same name as a famous Star, won her primary even though they knock on doors, hand out campaign signs or set up social media accounts to press for their victory. You dropped out of the race a week later.
SMYRNA, Ga. – Sandra Bullock sailed through a house in Georgia primaries by almost nothing to do – literally. Then, a week later, bowed.
No, it is not “America’s Sweetheart” Sandra Bullock, the main role in “The Blind Side” and “Miss congeniality.” It is a retired Georgia Tech database administrator Sandra Bullock, lives in Smyrna, Ga.
Bullock, who does not react would not knock Fox News ” requests, on doors, hand out campaign signs or set up social media accounts to press for their victory.
“I thought, let’s see, what’s my silly name to do, and I won!” Bullock told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Apparently, awareness of, and to vote for democratic women counts for a lot.”
In Georgia, share the name with to carry someone famous seems to be weight – for candidates without political experience, and make little effort to win their races. On the same day Bullock won, Viola Davis collapsed State Rep. Earnest “Coach” Williams for the Democratic primary in district 87. Williams House had served in the state since 2003.
Davis, a veteran, a registered nurse and longtime community activist, told Fox News the release of the name of a well-liked celebrity and Oscar-winner estimates, and it probably helped her earn some votes. But, to win, in contrast to Bullock, Davis, actually made the effort.
On the same day Sandra Bullock won, Viola Davis (above) crashes State Rep. Earnest “Coach” Williams for the Democratic primary in district 87. Williams House had served in the state since 2003.
Davis said she’s knocked on nearly 4,500 doors in the neighborhood. It turns freely in the General elections.
“Believe me when I say, that was hard work,” said Davis. “My body is feeling it now.”
On Wednesday, Bullock abruptly pulled out of the race, citing health reasons. But before you finish your opponent, Erick Allen, a talent-management consultant, said he was not surprised that someone won the effort of the election campaign the elementary school.
“We need to have a serious discussion about the education of the voters and the commitment. The fact that “Sandra Bullock’ won, and a long-term incumbent, lost to Viola Davis’ speaks loudly.”
– Erick Allen on Facebook
“I wasn’t planning to lose, a Ghost candidate,” he said.
Bullock captured 58 percent of the vote, according to the ” office of the Georgia Secretary of state.
“I find it very hard to believe that [the votes cast were] from a well-informed decision,” Allen said.
In a Facebook post on the day after the primary, Allen wrote: “We need to have a serious discussion about the education of the voters and the commitment. The fact that “Sandra Bullock’ won, and a long-term incumbent, lost to Viola Davis’ speaks loudly.”
Audrey Haynes, associate professor of political science at the University of Georgia, told Fox News that if the voters can’t use party to make a decision, and the voters have less information about the race, as they move down the ballot, the name recognition voters fluctuates, because “familiarity is associated with safety and security.”
After a lot of shock, and the time in which he will move as “The Twilight Zone”,” All the will be forward, as the democratic candidate race in district 40 s house, after Bullock was.
Cobb County democratic party-Chairman Michael Owens said Bullock is fighting a newly developed health issues that keep hard during campaigns.November.
Owens told Fox News Bullock’s run was never a joke – you had to run the reaction to their party, the call for more women to, and felt to bring me a change inspired by your municipality.
Emilie Ikeda is a multimedia reporter based in Atlanta.