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Update on tickets for rally
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People who contacted Congressional candidate Max Burns' office this week for tickets to see President George Bush at his Monday visit to Georgia Southern University’s Hanner Fieldhouse can pick them up today and Sunday.
    According to an email from Burns’ campaign director Tim Baker, Burns’ office has set up distribution centers throughout the 12th Congressional District for people to get their tickets. Tickets can only be picked up in the recipients’ assigned ticket center for their county, and will only be given out today and Sunday, not on the day of the event. The distribution centers will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
    Bulloch, Candler, Emanuel, Jenkins and Screven County residents can pick up their tickets at the Georgia GOP Victory office in Statesboro, located at 17067 Fair Road (East Highway 67), across from the Kiwanis-Ogeechee Fairgrounds.
    Chatham and Effingham County residents can get their tickets from Burns’ Savannah campaign office at 6409 Abercorn Street, suite 5. Burke, Glascock, Jefferson, Richmond, Taliaferro and Warren County residents can get their at the Richmond County GOP office at 908 Broad Street in Augusta.
    Montgomery, Tattnall, Toombs and Treutlen County residents can get theirs at the home of Blake Tillery on 2536 Highway 130 West in Vidalia.
    Any other county not listed can pick up tickets at the Georgia GOP Victory office in Statesboro.
For the president’s speech Monday, parking will be at the Kiwanis-Ogeechee Fairgrounds in Statesboro, where buses will transport attendees to the Hanner Fieldhouse and back. There will be no charge for parking at the fairgrounds.  Buses will offer transport to Hanner Fieldhouse and back to the fair grounds after the event. There will be no charge for parking at the fair grounds.  
Doors to the event open at 8 a.m., and close at 10:30. No one will be allowed to enter after doors have closed. Attendees can bring a camera, but no video cameras, umbrellas, signs or banners will be allowed.
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