Lawrenceville, GA – U.S. Congressman and sponsor of the Fair Tax Rob Woodall today announced his support for Jack Kingston for United States Senate.
Woodall described Kingston as an effective conservative who will make Georgia proud.
"In my three years in Congress, I have come to know Jack Kingston as one of the most conservative Members in the House, but more importantly, I have come to know him as one of the most effective members of the House," said Woodall.
"Jack has been an outspoken supporter of the FairTax, a committed advocate for our men and women in uniform, and a tireless budget hawk, serving on a committee that has reduced federal spending by more than a trillion dollars in just the three years that I have served in Congress. Jack Kingston is a family man of character who never forgets that he works for the people. He will make Georgia very proud in the United States Senate. Jack Kingston has my enthusiastic vote and full support."
Woodall, who was first elected in 2010, has quickly become one of the most active and vocal members of the House. On the House Rules Committee he fights to bring transparency to the legislative process. He's also established himself as a leader to bring fiscal accountability to Washington as a member of the Budget Committee.
Perhaps most notable, however, is his unyielding fight to scrap America’s outdated tax code and replace it with the Fair Tax.
Kingston, who has long supported the Fair Tax, pledged to be Woodall's primary ally in the Senate to enact the revolutionary tax reform proposal.
"Rob Woodall has wasted no time in making a name for himself as an unrelenting advocate for accountability and reform in Washington," Kingston said. "He's taken up the mantle of the Fair Tax and advanced it further than ever before. As Georgia’s next Senator, I'll lead the fight for the Fair Tax in the Senate and look forward to standing with Rob as it is signed into law."
Kingston is a contender in the July 22 Republican Primary Runoff Election. Absentee ballots will be available June 7 with in person early voting beginning on June 30. For more information visit http://vote.JackKingston.org/.