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Brian Kemp's Track and Deport Plan

As governor, conservative businessman Brian Kemp will create a comprehensive database to track criminal aliens in Georgia.  He will also update Georgia law to streamline deportations from our jails and prisons.

Brian Kemp’s Criminal Alien Database Summary:

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Kemp supports tax-free holiday for gun buyers

Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp brought his 10-day, 50-county bus campaign to Macon Tuesday. He was greeted by about 30 supporters when he arrived in front of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. During an interview, Kemp mentioned the controversy surrounding Delta Airlines recent decision to eliminate discounts for National Rifle Association member, a decision that has some state lawmakers vowing to eliminate Delta's $50 million jet fuel tax exemption if the airline doesn't rescind the NRA edict.

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(Athens, GA) - Today, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced the "Putting Georgians First Bus Tour" with stops in 50 counties throughout the state.

"During my time as Secretary of State, I traveled to all 159 counties to meet with elections officials, business leaders, community advocates, and Georgia voters," said Kemp. "My campaign platform was created by putting thousands of miles on the Suburban and listening to the needs of real, hardworking Georgians.

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Kemp Responds to Redistricting Lawsuit

The National Redistricting Foundation, which was formed by Nancy Pelosi and Eric Holder, sued Georgia this week and is falsely accusing Republican lawmakers of disenfranchising voters. In response, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:

"I took on the Obama Justice Department twice - and won - to implement our common sense Voter ID and citizenship check laws. I'm ready to fight for hardworking Georgians again as Eric Holder and his team of liberal lawyers attempt to turn Georgia 'blue' through the court system."

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AJC: Why candidates for governor are lavishing attention on rural Georgia

All four GOP candidates signaled they were open to waivers, and at an event Tuesday with small businessmen on the outskirts of Tifton, Kemp spoke about finding new ways to prevent rural towns from “drying up” without sparking a city-vs.-farms divide.

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The Daily Citizen: Kemp touts his political outsider, common sense approach

Secretary of State Brian Kemp says if voters want a blueprint for what his administration as governor would be like, all they have to do is look at the results within his department of the state government.

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Earlier today, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal issued a state of emergency for six counties that are in Hurricane Irma's path. In response, conservative businessman and Secretary of State Brian Kemp issued the following statement:

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