Elections are about choices, and conservative Georgians have a clear choice on Tuesday.
Over the last eight years, Governor Deal and Casey Cagle have led to usher in an unprecedented era of economic prosperity and conservative success.
Cagle and Deal delivered the largest tax cut in state history and removed burdensome regulatory barriers to job creation. Now, Georgia is the #1 place for business and more than 600,000 jobs were created.
Cagle and Deal passed “one of the toughest immigration laws in the country,” and outlawed sanctuary cities in Georgia.
They fought to strengthen our culture of life by protecting innocent babies, making adoption easier, and keeping kids in loving homes, not state-run foster care.
But while Cagle and Deal were leading Georgia forward, Brian Kemp was making a mess of things in the Secretary of State’s office.
Kemp’s incompetence exposed the Social Security numbers of six million Georgians, and then he attempted to cover it up. And then Kemp did it again.
Kemp wiped the state’s election servers clean, just like Hillary.
Kemp even refused to take action on behalf of 96% of sexual assault victims at massage parlors and renewed the license of a therapist who pleaded guilty to molesting a client.
With Kemp’s record, it’s no wonder a liberal Atlanta Congressman said that he would be a “dream” for Stacey Abrams.
So, before you vote, ask yourself: Is the economic prosperity and conservative success over the last eight years worth risking in the hands of Brian Kemp.
It’s not. Kemp is too untrustworthy and too incompetent to become governor.