Donate

In The News

Kemp Announces 3-Day, 20-Stop Bus Tour

Today, businessman and Republican nominee for Governor, Brian Kemp, announced a 3-Day, 20-Stop Bus Tour during the second week of Advance Voting to mobilize supporters in Southeast Georgia.

Read More

Brian Kemp: I will increase literacy and improve teaching conditions

By Brian Kemp 

Childhood literacy rates in Georgia are alarming; 63 percent of third grade students are not reading at grade level. That means 1.7 million adults –  1 in 6 Georgians – have low literacy skills.  

There is a direct correlation between reading skills and incarceration rates. State expenditures rise as literacy rates fall. Our future as a state hinges on how we address the real challenges that exist in the classroom. 

Read More

Kemp promises affordable health care

Kemp promises affordable health care

ADEL — Brian Kemp, Republican gubernatorial candidate, unveiled his health-care plan Wednesday, promising affordable health care for Georgians without the need for Medicaid expansion.

Outside of the Cook Medical Center, Kemp introduced his plans to help rural Georgians handle "skyrocketing premiums" and "surprise medical bills." 

Read More

Brian Kemp’s Patient-Centered Health System Proposal

Brian Kemp’s Patient-Centered Health System Proposal

Brian Kemp is a husband, father, and tell it like it is businessman who is fed up with outrageous insurance premiums, lackluster coverage, and unacceptable provider shortages in rural communities throughout Georgia. 

Read More

Support Georgia Educators, Let Them Teach

Support Georgia Educators, Let Them Teach

To enhance educational outcomes in Georgia, we must recruit and retain qualified teachers across the state.  As governor, Brian Kemp will increase teacher compensation while reducing high-stakes testing, burdensome mandates, and unpaid duties.

Raise Teacher Pay

Read More

Improve Childhood Literacy Through Early Learning 

Improve Childhood Literacy Through Early Learning 

Childhood literacy rates in Georgia are alarming. 63% of third grade students are not reading at grade level. 1.7 million adults (1 in 6 Georgians) have low literacy skills.  

There is a direct correlation between reading skills and incarceration rates. State expenditures rise as literacy rates fall. Our future as a state hinges on how we address the real challenges that exist in the classroom.

Read More

Legislative Leaders Support Kemp’s “Keep Georgia Students Safe” Plan

Legislative Leaders Support Kemp’s “Keep Georgia Students Safe” Plan

Republican nominee for Lt. Governor, Geoff Duncan 
“I’m honored to be a part of this discussion addressing such an important issue to me and my family. School safety is a personal issue at the Duncan and Kemp households – and you can be sure we won’t play politics with your children’s safety.”

Read More