Insurance commissioner and Republican gubernatorial candidate John Oxendine was here Tuesday at noon to address the Barnesville Rotary Club.Oxendine touted the accessibility of his office and staff, noting it is open until 7 p.m. each evening. “When you call, you get a human. We do not ask you to press one to continue in English,” he added.He also talked of his plan to build a bypass west of Atlanta that would alleviate traffic through the metro area and benefit all Georgians. The road would branch off from I-75 near Ringgold, follow the Hwy. 27 road bed down the western edge of the state to near Carrollton and then cut east to intersect I-75 again north of Macon.”That route would bring it near Lamar County if not through it,” Oxendine said.