Presidential Primary - March 1, 2016
Election Day - November 8, 2016

State Primary - May 24, 2016

Georgia Senator Candidates

Johnny Isakson (R)
Lee Benedict (R)
Derrick Grayson (R)
Ed Tarver (D)
Allen Buckley (Libertarian)
Ted Metz (Libertarian)

Georgia Congressional Candidates 2016


District 1:
Buddy Carter (R)

District 2:
Sanford Bishop (D)
Greg Duke (R)
Bobby Scott (R)

District 3:
Paul Broun (R)
Mark Butler (R)
Ronnie Chance (R)
Chris Clark (R)
Mac Collins (R)
Mike Crane (R)
Mike Dugan (R)
Drew Ferguson (R)
Chip Flanegan (R)
Rick Jeffares (R)
David Knight (R)
Joey Loudermilk (R)
Hayden Marlowe (R)
Richard Mix (R)
Jim Pace (R)

District 4:
Hank Johnson (D)

District 5:
John Lewis (D)
Doug Bell (R)

District 6:
Tom Price (R)

District 7:
Rob Woodall (R)

District 8:
Austin Scott (R)

District 9:
Doug Collins (R)
Roger Fitzpatrick (R) - Tea Party Activist
Al Gainey (R)

District 10:
Jody Hice (R)
Len Ware (D)

District 11:
Barry Loudermilk (R)
William Llop (R)

District 12:
Rick Allen (R)
Eugene Yu (R)

District 13:
David Scott (D)

District 14:
Tom Graves (R)
Mickey Tuck (R)

Conservative Candidates Georgia

Georgia will have elect their conservative candidates in the May 20, 2016 Georgia primary.

Georgia Conservative Congress Recommendations a slate of conservative candidates for Congress for the Georgia Primary Election May 24, 2016

Paul Broun - US Senate

Nathan Deal - Governor
or David Pennington - Governor, Tea Party Conservative

GEORGIA Congress Candidates

Jeff Chapman (R) District 1

Greg Duke (R) District 2

Chip Flanegan (R) District 3

Jody Hice (R) - District 10

Barry Loudermilk (R) - District 11

John Stone (R) - District 12


Public Service Commission - Craig Lutz or Bubbar McDonald

Georgia State Senate

Mike Beaudreau - GA STATE SENATE District 9, Gwinnett County

Michael Williams - District 27

Georgia House of Representatives

Stacy Hall - House District 28

Wes Cantrell - House District 22

Jeff Duncan - House District 26

Sam Teasley - House District 37

David Hancock - House District 98

Jason Spencer - House District 180

John Stone, a leading Tea Party candidate in Georgia’s 12th congressional district, currently occupied by conservative Democratic Rep. John Barrow (D-GA), took during a radio interview last week. Appearing Monday on Tea Party Express’ radio program, Stone was asked about his approach to gun laws if he’s elected. Stone argued that gun rights were immutable, in part because, in his view, the Second Amendment gives Americans the right to armed rebellion. (He also misquoted George Washington, falsely claiming that America’s first president called the Second Amendment the “teeth” of the Constitution.) STONE: As long as we have that, we can’t have a dictator like a Adolf Hitler or a Stalin take over here because we can take up arms against the government if we have to. Now, because we have the right, we don’t have to. It’s a lot easier to go to the polls and vote. But while that right exists, that’s what preserves our right to vote and the democratic process of the country. Vote State Primary: May 20, 2016
Primary Run-Off: July 22, 2016

Georgia Candidate Voter Guide

A list of conservative candidates for Georgia 2016 election

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Things are beginning to look up, though. Less than two months ago, Americans for Prosperity launched a Maine Chapter, which is devoted to recruiting and training activists in favor of economic growth. Just last month, Marco Rubio, staunch conservative and Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate from Florida, paid a visit to the Maine Heritage Policy Center.

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Conservative values are useful and powerful in combating common human weaknesses:

  • Lust
  • Laziness
  • Jealousy
  • Gluttony
  • Pride