Unleash Your Citizenship.

Join us for a Georgia where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.

Do you remember the Heartbeat Bill? We are still fighting for that bill in the courts – this incredible legislation is the most pro-life bill in the country.

But, we were one vote away from the bill failing.

That means, had your representative at the time, Bert Reeves, been absent or flipped his vote from a Yes to a No, the Georgia General Assembly would have rejected the notion that preborn children with beating hearts should be protected.

This isn’t the only time a bill has been decided by one vote. SB 47, a key school choice bill this year, was also a 1 vote win for families.

That’s why this is so important!

You have a special election coming up in YOUR DISTRICT on June 15th (early voting has begun and continues through Friday), and we wanted to make sure you were planning to vote!

Early numbers indicate this will be a LOW turnout, CLOSE election. YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

There are 5 candidates running in this race. We have provided an informational graphic on where the candidates stand on some of the issues. We hope this will help you make an informed decision when you cast your vote.

Please review this information, do any additional research you feel is necessary, determine the best candidate that lines up with your values, and MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!

Please make a plan to vote on June 15th. The next big bill – one that has major policy implications for our state – could depend on it.

Because Your Vote Matters,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director



Paid for by Family Policy Alliance of Georgia

I wanted to share that we will be at the Ball Ground Garden Festival this Saturday, June 12th.

So many of you have joined the fight against Critical Race Theory – and a host of our other issues – and we want to take the opportunity, at your festival, to spread the word about our efforts.

We would love to see you! Please stop by our table and say hello. See the details below and feel free to reach out with any questions.

What: Ball Ground Festival and Plant Sale

When: Saturday, June 12th – 10am – 4pm

Where: 215 Valley Street Ball Ground, GA

See you there!

Brittany Ellison
Deputy Director


Over the weekend, our team will be at the convention in Jekyll Island catching up with supporters and sharing updates on our plans. If you’ll be in attendance too, come find us! We look forward to sharing more.

At the forefront of the discussion will be where the conservative movement goes from here. Whether you are attending in Jekyll or not, I do have some thoughts – honest thoughts – I want to share:

We look forward to participating in many of these discussions. Moreover, we look forward to leading the charge as we move forward – providing the strategic legislative agenda for 2022, endorsing and electing pro-family candidates, and transforming our culture.

Georgia has a big need. We’re committed to filling it.

To Victory,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director


P.S. Come find our table at the Convention! We’ll have a special surprise!

It’s fitting for Georgians to occasionally ask themselves

What Would Stacey Do?

Because, there’s a very good chance she’s got her eyes on the Governor’s Mansion, and we cannot take anything for granted.

That’s why we’re asking you to help us ensure we never give Stacey the opportunity to do what she wants to do – Please consider a generous $25, $50, $100, $250, or greater donation today!

Consider what happened in the last week: Governor Kemp took executive action against Critical Race Theory, vaccine passports, and mandatory masking in schools. (We wholeheartedly applaud these actions.)

Stacey Abrams is avid supporter of racial division and Critical Race Theory, would certainly impose vaccine passports, and would have schools closed and kids masked.

The Georgia General Assembly and Governor Kemp signed the election integrity bill months ago. Stacey Abrams would repeal it and impose H.R. 1 style laws that changed the goal from “easy to vote and hard to cheat” to “easy to cheat and impossible to verify.”

Stacey Abrams would have the economy still shut down – making Whitmer and Cuomo look like freedom-lovers as she imposed her tyranny on our beloved state.

And, let there be no doubt, if the Supreme Court takes pro-life action in the Mississippi case, Stacey Abrams’ first action would be to work to undo the Heartbeat Bill.

My friends, this is the tip of the iceberg. We can’t afford to find out all the wicked things Stacey will do!

Can you help us preserve our values, defend families, and advance freedom in Georgia? Any amount will make a difference. $25, $50, $100, $250 – whatever God is leading you to do – can help us keep Georgia a great place for families, a place you can love and a place you can recognize.

Our state is on the line. Now, we must stand firm and take action.

For Georgia,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director



PS. I know I’m a bit of a tease. I’ve told you we have a big announcement coming soon. It’s coming VERY soon, and I cannot wait to share. Change is coming for our organization, and it’s all geared around positioning us to do exactly what we’re talking about – protecting our state from those who would do it harm. Please consider helping us on this journey with a generous donation of $25, $50, $100, $250 or greater TODAY!

For Immediate Release:
Contact: Brittany Ellison


ADVISORY: Press Conference on “Gracie’s Law” Bill

Family Policy Alliance of Georgia is holding a press conference with Representative Rick Williams (R-145), Representative Mack Jackson (D- 128), Senator Clint Dixon (R-45),  former State Representative and former Executive Director of the Georgia First Commission Scott Hilton, and other elected leaders regarding legislation to ensure that those with physical or mental disabilities are never denied a transplant based solely on this disability. This legislation, known as Gracie’s Law (HB 128), has yet to be heard in Senate Health Committee despite passing unanimously in the House.

Our Deputy Director, Brittany Ellison, will join Floor Leader Clint Dixon, Rep. Rick Williams, Rep. Mack Jackson, and other legislators on the South Steps inside the Capitol tomorrow (Tuesday), March 23 at 1:00pm.



For questions or to schedule an interview with Cole Muzio, please contact Brittany Ellison at 404-516-7825 or  brittany.ellison@familypolicyalliance.com.


You are not defined by your race.

You are not inherently either an oppressor or someone who is oppressed.

You are fearfully and wonderfully made by your Creator.

That’s why we stand against Critical Race Theory, and we’re vowing to lead the charge for legislative action next session.

TAKE A STAND with us by donating $50, $100, $250, or greater to reach our goal of raising $4,456.50 by the end of the month!

On Thursday, Governor Kemp sent a letter to the state Board of Education urging “immediate steps to ensure that Critical Race Theory and its dangerous ideology do not take root in our state standards and curriculum.”

We stand with Governor Kemp to prevent this hate-filled attempt of indoctrination from being forced into the minds of children.

CRT is regressive, racist, and immoral. It has no place in our classrooms. This is the first step to make sure it never gets there.

Now, we look forward to working with the legislature to ban this curriculum entirely.

Since the end of the 2021 legislative session, we’ve been working on an aggressive agenda for the 2022 session. Ensuring that every child is never made to feel “less than” or defined by their race is among our top priorities.

Next session, we’ll be fighting to end Critical Race Theory with legislative action.

Soon, we’ll email you asking you to join our action team. In the meantime, we’re excited to share this news of Governor Kemp’s action from Thursday and a promise of ongoing efforts to protect our kids.

Because we are all made in His image,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director



PS. We fully expect intense pushback from the media and the left. Can you help us reach our end-of-month goal and stand for our values with a generous donation of $50, $100, $250, or greater – whatever the Lord is calling you to do – today?

Today, we are encouraging the pro-life community to join us in prayer as we’ve learned the Supreme Court will take up the Mississippi case on their law banning abortion after 15 weeks. Like Georgia’s Heartbeat Law, the Mississippi bill has been held up in courts since its passage due to the unconstitutional and wicked precedent set in Roe v Wade.

The Court could choose to answer the Mississippi question in a number of ways, but this could be what brings down the standard set in Roe. It’s a standard that we in Georgia have led the fight to topple as well.

Our Life Act, or Heartbeat Law, continues to be defended in court by Governor Kemp and his legal team. We know that it is not an easy fight, but we don’t back down when things are hard. Instead, we stand on the frontline to defend life, in all stages and needs.

Recently, Governor Brian Kemp signed two of our life-affirming legislative initiatives: “Gracie’s Law” and “Simon’s Law.” Gracie’s law affirms our belief that everyone, regardless of disabilities, are worthy of any and all life-saving healthcare measures. The bill says that you cannot prohibit someone from being placed on the organ transplant list based solely on mental and physical disabilities. The second part of the bill, known as “Simon’s Law,” says that you cannot place a DNR on a minor without parental consent.

These are significant changes in toward making Georgia a place where life is cherished. But this is only the beginning. We are determined to lead the fight on saving all lives. Will you be a part of what we’re doing and donate to help our efforts?

We’re already gearing up for next session and pledge to continue to fight for Life – at the Capitol, at the ballot box, and in the hearts and minds of every Georgian. Can we count on you to donate $50, $100, $250, or more to help us defend the unborn?

We thank you for your continued prayers and support and promise to stand up for life-no matter how hard it gets. Please join us in prayer as the Supreme Court now plans to hear this monumental case which could topple Roe and holds huge ramifications for Georgia and the rest of the nation.

For Life,

Brittany Ellison
Deputy Director

For Immediate Release
February 8, 2021
Contact: Brittany Ellison

Family Policy Alliance of Georgia Backs Right to Visit Proposal
Hearing on HB 290 is set for Wednesday, February 10th

ATLANTA – Family Policy Alliance of Georgia announced its strong support for House Bill 290, the “Right to Visit Act.” This bill, authored by State Representative Ed Setzler, would require hospitals and nursing homes to allow patients to visit with family members for a minimum of two hours each day, even during public health emergencies.

“Access to loved ones while struggling and vulnerable is key to mental and physical well-being,” said Deputy Director Brittany Ellison. “No crisis should result in a person being denied the ability to visit family members in what could be their final hours of life, nor should anyone have to choose between vital healthcare and being with family.”

HB 290 has been assigned to the House Human Relations & Aging Committee and is scheduled for a public hearing on Wednesday, February 10 at 2:00 PM.  Testimony from both medical professionals and everyday Georgians relating real-life stories of people being separated from their families during times of profound need is expected to overwhelm the available meeting space.

“Requiring dying patients to say goodbye to sobbing family members through the 5-inch screen of an i-Phone is absolutely unacceptable,” said Rep. Setzler (R – Acworth). “In June 2020, the General Assembly provided unprecedented COVID-19 legal protections to all health care providers with the intent they would allow patients to visit their family members.  Sadly, many providers accepted the legal protections, but continued to stonewall families from basic visitation, even if they could prove they were COVID-19 negative.  We need to be crystal clear that the right to visit, subject to reasonable restrictions, is a basic human right that our non-profit hospitals and long-term care providers must find a way to accommodate.”


Family Policy Alliance of Georgia endorses HB 290 as it fights for a state where “families thrive” and “life is cherished.”


For Immediate Release:
Contact: Brittany Ellison


ADVISORY: Press Conference on “Save Girls Sports” Bill

Family Policy Alliance of Georgia is holding a press conference with Representative Philip Singleton (R-71) regarding his legislation to Save Girls Sports.

Our President, Cole Muzio, will join Rep. Singleton and other legislators in The Rotunda at the Capitol tomorrow (Thursday), February 4 at 12:30pm. Other speakers include: Representative Todd Jones (HD 25), Representative Karen Mathiak (HD 73), Representative Jodi Lott (HD 122), Senator Randy Robertson (SD 29), and Rep. Singleton’s daughter, Emma Singleton.