(Athens, GA) – Conservative small businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced today that he is running to serve as Georgia’s next governor.
“I’m a conservative small business owner who knows how to put government in its place,” said Kemp. “In the State Senate, I fought to cut taxes and fees on job creators and hardworking Georgia families. As Secretary of State, I’ve used my decades of experience in the private sector to turn bureaucracy into business-friendly government.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
(Athens, GA) – Conservative businessman Brian Kemp continues to earn support from hardworking Georgians throughout the Peach State. Today, Kemp added over forty Mayors and Council Members to his growing list of endorsements of local elected officials and grassroots supporters.Read More
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp's struggles over election security have rekindled a rivalry with one of the state’s most prominent Democrats. Except now his feud with Stacey Abrams is playing out against the backdrop of the race for governor.Read More
A record 637,587 business registrations have been filed with the Georgia Secretary of State's Corporations Division this year, Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced Friday.Read More
Conservative businessman Brian Kemp has a record of fighting - and winning - for Georgia. Watch this video to learn more about his background, family, and plan to put Georgians first.Read More
First appeared on wjbf.com:
AUGUSTA (WJBF) — Hundreds of Georgia Republicans are in Augusta this weekend as the GOP Convention kicked off Friday.
So far, 4 Republicans have officially thrown their hats into the race for Governor, including Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and Secretary of State Brian Kemp.
Kemp has been Secretary of State for more than 7 years, but he’s been in politics for a lot longer.Read More