Stacey Abrams and her liberal Democrat friends are trying to distract from the fact she made $1 million dollars over the last five years, owes $54,000 to the IRS, yet loaned her campaign $50,000. They falsely claim that Secretary Kemp is an “architect of voter suppression” – but the facts tell another story:Read More
Abrams’ poll numbers are sinking and Democrats need a “scandal” to distract Georgia voters. They found one in Randolph County.
Randolph County is considering a proposal to consolidate voting precincts before the November 6th General Election. Ironically, the Georgia Democratic Party and all of their left-wing allies are raising cane and accusing local leaders – who are Democrats – of voter suppression.
As usual, they are also desperately pointing fingers at Kemp – even though he adamantly opposed the proposal from the beginning.
Here are the facts:Read More
(Athens, GA) – Today, Governor Deal, the Georgia Ports Authority, and hundreds of business and civic leaders commemorated the opening of the Appalachian Regional Port (ARP) in Murray County. Joining with Governor Deal and other state leaders in celebrating this project, conservative businessman and Republican nominee for governor, Brian Kemp, issued the following statement:Read More
(Athens, GA) – Today, Kemp for Governor released a statement on Stacey Abrams' lingering tax scandal.
“Stacey Abrams is a Yale educated tax attorney who made over $1 million. Instead of paying her $54,000 delinquent tax bill, Abrams gave $50,000 to her campaign for governor," said Ryan Mahoney, Communications Director.
"In light of these undeniable facts, Georgia voters are demanding answers.
"Why did Abrams loan the campaign $50,000 in the same year she told the IRS she could not pay her $54,000 in back taxes?Read More
(Athens, GA) - Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler announced the state’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.9% - matching the lowest rate since July 2001. Georgia also set records for jobs, labor force, and number of employed residents. In response, conservative businessman and Republican nominee for governor, Brian Kemp, issued the following statement:Read More
(Athens, GA) - Today, Governor Nathan Deal announced a record year for Georgia's motion picture and television industry, which generated $2.7 billion in direct spending and a total economic impact of $9.5 billion during 2018.
In response to Governor Nathan Deal's exciting announcement, conservative businessman and Republican nominee Brian Kemp issued the following statement:
(Athens, GA) - Today, conservative businessman and Republican nominee for governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, issued the following statement applauding Governor Deal and Georgia’s economic development team for their work with Jaguar Land Rover Classic to create 75 jobs in the Savannah-Chatham area.Read More
(Athens, GA) - Georgia educators are on a hunger strike - urging the next governor to carry on Deal's legacy and fully fund public school education. In response, conservative businessman and Republican nominee, Brian Kemp, issued the following statement:Read More