Two Democrats have their eyes on state Rep. Ed Setzler, R-Acworth, and his seat in the state House.
Salvatore Castellana, owner of several restaurants and transportation manager at TForce, a Dallas, Texas-based transportation company, and Campbell High School music teacher Kyle Rinaudo will face off in the May 22 primary. The winner will have the chance to compete against Setzler in the general election Nov. 6.
Occupation: Restaurant owner, transportation manager
Education: Graduated from St. Pius X in Atlanta, studied at University of Georgia
Family: Two adult children
Campaign website: www.castellanaforgeorgia.com
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Occupation: percussion instructor at Campbell High School and works in guest services with Marriott International in Atlanta.
Education: Georgetown University, degree in International Politics, focus in International Law.
Family: unmarried, no children
Campaign website: www.kylerinaudo.com
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Whoever wins the primary will have his work cut out for him.
Setzler, who first took office in 2005, faced no