Kemp wants to bolster rural Georgia
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.
Part of his four-point plan for the state, Kemp said, is “fundamentally reforming state government and taking a chainsaw to government regulations, which is what we have done in the Secretary of State’s office to make it more efficient with less money.”
Also part of the four-point plan he is touting is making Georgia No. 1 for small business, strengthening all of Georgia and putting Georgians first.
“One of the main parts of my four-point plan is moving all of Georgia forward, with a specific target on strengthening rural Georgia,” he said. “I’ve seen that on the ground in the communities and in my business experience as well.”
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