|by Bert Loftman, Director of www.ElectTheRightCandidate.US
HB 198 – Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; licensing of health insurance navigators; provide –Pennington says, “I oppose. If you do not support ObamaCare why would you give credibility by licensing the navigators.”
HB 354 – Early Care and Learning, Department of; provide certain information to owners of early care and education programs; require –Pennington says, “More regulation on private businesses. Most Ga. families are struggling to pay for childcare now. More regulations only increase the cost. It also gives parents a false since of security that the State is looking after them. Georgia has a terrible record of protecting the children in their custody now. i.e. DFACS and the Youth Development Centers.”
SB 24 – 'Hospital Medicaid Financing Program Act'; enact –Pennington says, “I oppose. The one thing the legislature is supposed to do is levy taxes. They should never pass this authority to an unelected board. Also when another board is raising the taxes it takes the pressure off to come up with a real solution to control the cost of Medicaid.”
SB 81 – 'Forest Resources; shorten the legal season for harvesting ginseng –Pennington says, “I oppose. We have gone from 1st to 11th in worldwide freedom rankings because of things like taking our property rights away from us. One of the pillars of free market capitalism is protection of our property rights.”
SB 97 – Agricultural Commodity Commission for Beef; create; membership; powers –Pennington says, “I oppose. This is government interjecting itself in private enterprise. If Beef producers want to market themselves they can voluntarily start their own CO-OP.”
(John Barge was asked but has not responded on whether or not he would have vetoed the five legislations.
Most of the RINOs in the Georgia General Assembly voted YES on these legislations. The challengers were asked how they would have voted. All of those that responded said they would have voted NO on the five legislations. Many of them also gave an explanation of why they voted NO.
State Senate RINO challengers
District 9 – Mike Beaudreau and P.K. Martin have challenged Senator Don Balfour.
District 27 –Lauren McDonald, Jack Schiff, and Michael Williams have challenged Jack Murphy.
District 30 – Bill Hembree has challenged Senator Mike Dugan.
District 40 – Dick Anderson has challenged Senator Francis Millar.
District 53 – Tom Dooley has challenged Senator Jeff Mullis.
State House RINO Challengers
District 1 – Alan Painter and Robert Goff have challenged John Deffenbaugh.
District 6 – Sarah Fields has challenged Representative Tom Dickson
District 8 – Sam Snider has challenged Speaker David Ralston. Although Speaker Ralston did not vote, he is the leader and responsible for the bills that are voted on.
District 12 – Kyle Hubbard has challenged Representative Eddie Lumsden.
District 17 – David Bond has challenged Representative Howard Maxwell.
District 24 – Sheri Gilligan has challenged Representative Mark Hamilton.
District 28 – Stacy Hall has challenged Representative Dan Gasaway.
District 44 – Steven Fellows has challenged Representative Don Parsons.
District 79 – Brad Goodchild has challenged Representative Tom Taylor.
District 80 – Catherine Bernard has challenged Representative Mike Jacobs.
District 97 – Dahlys Hamilton has challenged Representative X.
District 141 – Brad Moriarty has challenged Representative Allen Peake.
District 147 – Heath Clark has challenged Representative Willie Talton.
District 148 – Randy Head has challenged Representative Buddy Harden.
District 149 – John Clements has challenged Representative Jimmie Pruett,
District 152 – Mary Egler has challenged Representative Eugenee Rynders.
District 156 – Lee Burton has challenged Representative Greg Morris.
District 173 – Donald Clark has challenged Representative Darlene Taylor.
Those challengers who win, will
join the few other Georgia Conservatives in the GA General Assembly as
determined by www.ElectTheRightCandidate.us.
State Senate Conservatives
Mike Crane, Newnan
Steve Gooch, Dahlonega
Bill Heath, Breman
William Ligon, Brunswick
Joshua McKoon, Columbus
State House Conservatives
Stephen Allison, Blairsville
Michael Caldwell, Woodstock
Geoff Duncan, Cumming
Delvis Dutton, Glennville
Charles Gregory, Kennesaw
John Pezold, Fortson
Jason Spencer, Woodbine
David Stover, Newnan
Scot Turner, Holly Springs
If you want our Georgia government to continue with ObamaCare, state control of our schools, crony capitalism, and destruction on property rights than vote for the RINOs. If you want the opposite, then donate your time and money to their challengers.
Director of www.ElectTheRightCandidate.us
2014 Elections and Voter Registration
|Elections||Voter Registration Deadline||Election Date|
|Last Day for a person to register to vote in Primary/Nonpartisan Election || April 21, 2014 || May 20, 2014|
|Advance Voting for Primary/Nonpartisan Election || April 21, 2014 ||April 28, 2014|
|Primary/Nonpartisan Election || April 21, 2014 || May 20, 2014|
|Primary Runoff || April 21, 2014 || July 22, 2014|
|General Election|| October 6, 2014 || November 4, 2014|
|State & Local Runoff Date|| October 6, 2014|| December 2, 2014|
|Federal General Runoff Date|| October 6, 2014||
January 6, 2015|