Mayor Paul Bridges is an unlikely ally in the fight against anti-immigrant laws like Georgia's H.B. 87. A Republican leader who raises goats in Uvalda, a small town known for being the Vidalia onion capital of the south, Mr. Bridges bucks the conservative trend as an outspoken critic of the state's harsh immigration law.
When Mr. Bridges talks about his town, he describes a community that is a thriving agricultural center, thanks in large part to the contributions of the Latino community.
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I’m sure by now you’ve heard the story of Paul Bridges, a self-described “conservative Republican mayor” who is suing the state of Georgia over HB 87. Bridges is mayor of Uvalda, a town of about 600. He wrote an opinion piece for CN... Read Post
Paul Bridges, the Republican mayor of Uvalda, Georgia, is as Southern as it gets. Growing up in a small town of a few thousand people in southeast Georgia, Mr. Bridges drives a pick-up truck, keeps 15 goats on his small dairy farm a... Read Post