Family Policy Alliance of Georgia Endorses Timothy Barr for Georgia House

April 8

One of the first people I met at the Capitol when we launched Family Policy Alliance of Georgia® was Representative Timothy Barr. The conservative ally who made sure I met him singled him out as one of the more faith-driven conservative leaders in Georgia.

And, that has consistently been proven true.

A man of devout faith and a strong conservative, Timothy Barr conducts himself with humility, leads boldly, and wears his values on his sleeve. A respected and accomplished legislator, Timothy is a crucial part of the movement to advance life, religious freedom, and opportunity for every Georgian.

When we were fighting for the ground-breaking Heartbeat Bill, Timothy was at the epicenter – using his leadership capabilities to rally support behind the bill. I never had to ask him how he was going to vote, nor did he need to be lobbied. He jumped right in, rolled up his sleeves, and used his influence to ensure this bill would pass.

Timothy has also been at the forefront in the effort for school choice and is a co-sponsor on the original “Tebow Bill” here in Georgia – providing homeschool students with the ability to participate in extracurricular activities at their local public school. He opposes Common Core, rejects one-size-fits-all, and is committed to providing a world class education for every student.

I’m proud to know Timothy Barr, and I’m proud to have Family Policy Alliance of Georgia endorse his candidacy. I’m proud of the way he fights for our rights. I’m proud of the way he opposes the evil of human trafficking. And, you should be proud of the way he fights for your district with integrity.

As this election rapidly approaches, I’m looking to the 2021 Georgia General Assembly to be one of the most productive for family values in history. To do so, however, we need Rep. Timothy Barr in the fray.

Please join us in supporting this pro-family leader.

Supporting Timothy Barr,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director



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