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
Article originally published on Cordele Dispatch
The small town of Pitts welcomed Secretary of State Brian Kemp on Wednesday, May 17. Kemp was in town for a Meet and Greet time as he is making the rounds in his quest for Governor.
“I’ve been a conservative small business owner for over 30 years,” Kemp voiced, “and have a track record of fighting and winning as Secretary of State. I want to do the same thing as Governor.”Read More
Secretary of State visits Valdosta: Kemp talks business deregulation, rural internet, sanctuary cities
Article originally published on Valdosta Daily Times
VALDOSTA — Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp said he and the President share a large commonality, namely they both are focused on fighting for the “everyday Georgians” who have felt largely forgotten by politicians in recent years.Read More
Article originally published on wctv.tv
VALDOSTA, Ga. (WCTV) -- Secretary of State Brian Kemp is campaigning throughout Southwest Georgia this week.
He announced in March his run for governor.
His campaign focuses on small businesses, rural communities, and state government reform.
Cagle attended several breakfast events Tuesday morning.
He tells WCTV why he decided to jump in the race for governor.Read More
For Immediate Release
Monday, May 8, 2017
(Athens, GA) – On Sunday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation that bans sanctuary cities. In response, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:Read More
Article originally published on The Gainesville Times
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp is striking a populist tone in his 2018 run for governor, touting his record as a small business owner, prioritizing rural Georgia and adopting a “Georgians first” attitude to state spending and illegal immigrants.
The seven-year secretary of state sat down with The Times on Monday to discuss these issues and others involved in his campaign to be Georgia’s third Republican governor.Read More
For Immediate Release
Thursday, April 27, 2017
(Athens, GA) – After Governor Nathan Deal signed HB37 into law, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:Read More
Article originally published on AJC.com
Secretary of State Brian Kemp opened his campaign for governor Saturday by borrowing themes from Donald Trump, pledging a “Georgia first” strategy that would crack down on illegal immigration as he took aim at establishment forces and the media.Read More