In response to the Board of Regents' legal opinion on kneeling during the National Anthem, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:Read More
Today, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp applauded an ongoing audit of special interest tax breaks that are costing hardworking Georgians millions of dollars each year.Read More
Earlier this week, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal proposed an expansion of the HOPE Career Grant program to include aviation, construction, logistics, automotive technology, and electrical line work. In response, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:Read More
In light of Georgia earning the title of #1 State for Business for the fifth year in row and today's announcement that e-commerce giant, Amazon, is opening a distribution hub in middle Georgia, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:Read More
Today, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp released a plan to strengthen rural Georgia. A New Day in Rural Georgia identifies the problems facing many communities in the Peach State and offers policy prescriptions in infrastructure, agriculture, economic development, education, healthcare, and veterans affairs.Read More
Conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp continues to build important infrastructure for his gubernatorial campaign. Today, Kemp for Governor released an extensive list of grassroots leaders representing every Georgia county. These hardworking Georgians will work to engage voters, raise resources, and Get Out The Vote on Election Day.Read More
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