On Tuesday, concerned pro-family conservatives rose up, made a difference, and set up a new day in Georgia politics. The victory of Family Policy Alliance of Georgia® endorsed candidate for governor, Brian Kemp, will have profound implications for our values.
When Family Policy Alliance of Georgia launched our organization here in 2017, one thing quickly became evident: Georgia needed to change the culture from the top. You see, while Georgia was making progress in some areas, our state’s leadership was allowing special interests to dictate policy and buying into the falsehood that pro-family policy was inherently averse to the state’s pro-business agenda. Quite simply, efforts to forge a Georgia where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished were going to meet intense opposition from the very top.
This changes with Brian Kemp- a conservative leader who understands that putting Georgia families first is what will truly move our state forward.
Since coming to Georgia, a victory like we experienced Tuesday was a driving mission. We knew that this election offered an opportunity to change the culture of our state, and I am so thankful for your support that has allowed us to see this day. It truly is an answer to prayer!
But, the work is not done. Our state faces an existential threat from Stacey Abrams and numerous other radical, leftist candidates that will be on our ballots in November. They will spend big money, attack relentlessly, and harness an anger that will turn out their base. We must respond.
With numerous challenges ahead in the next several months, can we count on your support to stand in the gap? Please consider a generous contribution today to help us support pro-family candidates in the fall.
Winning feels good, doesn’t it? What we saw Tuesday night was the realization of a vision that we have had since launching here in Georgia. It truly is a new day, but we must, together, work tirelessly to see this new day come to fruition.
Excited for Georgia,
President and Executive Director
P.S. On a personal note, I would like to thank those of you who saw last week’s email from Brittany and offered prayers on my behalf. After spending several days in the ICU and a week in the hospital, the Lord allowed me to emerge from a frightening illness to keep up his fight. Your thoughts and prayers were a blessing to me and my family during that time and through this recovery process.
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