Kemp: School's "divisive decision" to replace Pledge of Allegiance with Wolf Pack Chant reflects poorly on Georgia, values
(Athens, GA) - In response to Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School's decision to replace the Pledge of Allegiance with the Wolf Pack Chant in their morning meeting, conservative businessman and Republican gubernatorial nominee Brian Kemp issued the following statement:
"There's no question about it. Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance is the right thing to do," said Kemp. "At school, students should stand united to honor the flag, our country, and those who have sacrificed for our freedom.Read More
(Athens, GA) - Today, conservative businessman and Republican nominee Brian Kemp issued the following statement about Abrams' back taxes and campaign loan:
"This has nothing to do with her family," said Kemp. "Here's the truth: Stacey Abrams made more than $1,000,000 in the last five years. She's a tax attorney who knows the system and how to play it. Abrams purposefully decided to give her campaign $50,000 rather than paying back the more than $50,000 she owed the IRS in taxes. If that's not criminal, it should be."
(Athens, GA) - Today, conservative businessman and Republican nominee Brian Kemp weighed in on Stacey Abrams' refusal to pay her taxes.
"Stacey Abrams made over a million dollars in the last few years," said Kemp. "Instead of paying more than $50,000 in back taxes, she gave $50,000 to her campaign. If that's not criminal, it should be."
(Athens, GA) - In response to President Barack Obama's endorsement of Stacey Abrams, Kemp for Governor issued the following statement:
“It’s no surprise President Obama and every left-wing, radical politician in the country is backing Stacey Abrams for governor," said Ryan Mahoney, Communications Director. "Abrams supports a government takeover of our healthcare system that puts government bureaucrats between Georgians and their doctor. Now, Abrams admits she wants to grow government and raise taxes - even though she refuses to pay her own.Read More
(Athens, GA) - On Tuesday, conservative businessman and Republican nominee for governor, Brian Kemp, addressed the Georgia Sheriff’s Association summer conference. Kemp outlined his conservative 4-Point Plan to put hardworking Georgians first, discussed his proposals to reform the state's public safety system, and reaffirmed his support for Georgia’s law enforcement community.
“We need a governor who will give our men and women in uniform the tools and resources they need to keep our families safe,” Kemp said.Read More
In response to State Representative Jason Spencer's appearance on "Who Is America?" on Showtime, conservative businessman Brian Kemp issued the following statement:
"Rep. Spencer's words and behavior are hurtful, insensitive, and completely unacceptable. At the very least, he should issue a public apology for this shameful incident."
Kemp for Governor has removed Rep. Jason Spencer from the campaign's endorsement list and will no longer include the State Representative in campaign events or feature his name on campaign materials.Read More
ATLANTA - Georgia Secretary of State and GOP gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp picked up an endorsement from a former GOP candidate as the runoff election is exactly one week away.
Former state Sen. Hunter Hill, who finished third in the GOP primary election for governor, stood beside Kemp at his Buckhead campaign office and gave him his endorsement.Read More
(Athens, GA) - In a secret recording, career politician Casey Cagle insulted conservatives and confessed to passing "bad" legislation for campaign contributions. Today, conservative businessman Brian Kemp summarized the ongoing corruption scandal and promised voters that he would make them "proud" in his latest television ad, "Every Day."
"I'm Brian Kemp. Casey Cagle is falsely attacking because he has to.Read More