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From Augusta, For Augusta


Garnett Johnson

For Augusta Mayor

"Being a lifelong sales guy, you're only measured on results. I will work as hard for you as I did growing my business."

- Garnett Johnson,

Local Business Owner,

Candidate for Augusta Mayor

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Garnett Johnson is running for Mayor of Augusta. He is currently the President and Owner of Augusta Office Solutions, a company he founded in 2010. He is a proud graduate of the Richmond County School system and of Augusta University. There he earned a bachelor’s degree of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Management.


Through hard work he has built up his company organically and grown his legacy through acquisitions, most recently Modern Business in 2020. Garnett and his wife Toni Seals-Johnson, with their two daughters, are members of Good Shepherd Baptist Church. Garnett looks forward to serving you as Augusta’s next mayor!



Garnett will cultivate relationships that bring jobs and opportunity to under served, underprivileged and neglected areas of Augusta.


Garnett will lead with honesty and integrity while also being accessible
through an open-door policy.


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Garnett will call out others when necessary, but most of all, he will hold
himself accountable for everything involving the city.



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