Secretary of State Brian Kemp told supporters in Peachtree Corners that the race for governor is about trust as his campaign for the state’s highest office passed through Gwinnett County Monday morning.
Kemp greeted about two dozen supporters during a breakfast-time visit to Atlanta Bread Company in The Forum. It’s part of his “Putting Georgians First Bus Tour,” which is visiting 50 counties in 10 days. In addition to the stop in Peachtree Corners, the tour also visited Cobb, Cherokee, Forsyth and Fulton counties Monday.Read More
(Athens, GA) - In a strange turn of events, Delta Airlines' ill-advised decision to sever ties with the National Rifle Association (NRA) has jeopardized the fate of a special interest tax break that was expected to sail through the Senate and save the airline millions of dollars.Read More
Many rural Georgians have been left behind because they don’t have access to high-speed internet, said Brian Kemp, a Republican seeking to become Georgia’s next governor.
"With 25 percent of rural residents without access to high-speed internet, bringing this access to all of Georgia is a fundamental component of our plan to strengthen rural Georgia," Kemp said on his campaign website.Read More
Secretary of State Brian Kemp launched his statewide bus tour Monday with a trip to a former city jail converted into a coffee shop, where he outlined a crackdown on illegal immigration.
The Republican told a few dozen supporters it was “insane” that immigrants in the country illegally get healthcare coverage when “residents are getting priced out of the market.”Read More
During his final “State of the State” address, Governor Nathan Deal highlighted the sound investments made during his tenure in office.
From criminal justice reform to economic development initiatives, reforms in education and vital transportation projects, the “orchards of opportunity” planted under his leadership have certainly yielded their first fruits.
Sadly, “weeds of destruction” – opioid addiction, gang violence, and illegal immigration – are beginning to sprout in Georgia and we need a governor who will rip them from the soil before it’s too late.Read More
Police demerger benefits city of Savannah neighborhoods
The Savannah-Chatham Metro Police demerger was the best thing that ever happened for my neighborhood, Twickenham. After the demerger, my city police department went from constant complaining that we need more money for more officers to being at least 110 percent staffed.
(Athens, GA) - Today, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced the "Putting Georgians First Bus Tour" with stops in 50 counties throughout the state.
"During my time as Secretary of State, I traveled to all 159 counties to meet with elections officials, business leaders, community advocates, and Georgia voters," said Kemp. "My campaign platform was created by putting thousands of miles on the Suburban and listening to the needs of real, hardworking Georgians.Read More
Rural communities throughout Georgia are struggling to stay afloat. With high unemployment rates, limited economic development opportunities and reduced access to quality healthcare, education, and, yes – high speed internet, it’s tough for residents, businesses and organizations in small towns to get ahead.
In the 2018 governor’s race, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp is the only candidate with a comprehensive strategy to support rural Georgia.Read More