To improve educational outcomes in Georgia, we must look to parents, local school boards and stakeholders – not state government. By eliminating burdensome mandates and ridiculous regulations, we can empower teachers to teach. Through engagement with parents, we can ensure that students in failing schools have choices and a way to realize their full potential.
To put hardworking students– not the status quo – first, we must:Read More
As he cuts across the state as part of his campaign, Brian Kemp says he wants to “take a chain saw” to government regulations.
Kemp, who has been Georgia’s secretary of state since 2010, is running for the Republican nomination to replace Gov. Nathan Deal, whose second term is ending in January 2019. The office of governor is limited to two consecutive terms.Read More
On Saturday, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp highlighted his experience, record, and plan to put hardworking Georgians first during the first Republican gubernatorial forum of the 2017-2018 election cycle.
Shortly after the Milledgeville forum, one of the panelists, Jessica Szilagyi from All On Georgia, penned her feedback on the event.Read More
Today, Business Owners for Kemp – a coalition of entrepreneurs and innovators throughout the Peach State – released a list of more than 50 hardworking Georgians who are supporting conservative businessman Brian Kemp for Governor.Read More
Our borders are broken and America’s immigration system is in complete disarray. Fundamental reform is long overdue but all we get is lip service and empty promises from career politicians in Congress.
To put hardworking Georgians – not illegal immigrants - first, we must:Read More
E-commerce giant, Amazon, Inc., is looking to build a new headquarters in North America.
Georgia should be the obvious pick.
With the world’s busiest airport, the Port of Savannah, and a robust interstate and rail network connecting every corner of our state to the world, Georgia far surpasses the logistics needs that Amazon demands.Read More
Georgia’s biennial effort to clean up the state’s voter rolls got underway weeks ago, with address confirmation notices going out to hundreds of thousands of residents across metro Atlanta and the state.Read More
According to a study based on census data, recently highlighted by the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, some 3,200 members of this state’s law enforcement community — bailiffs, prison guards, jailers, beat cops and deputy sheriffs — are food stamp recipients.
“That’s probably correct,” said Terry Norris, executive director of the Georgia Sheriff’s Association.Read More