I want to thank everyone who supported my campaign. Together we accomplished a great deal and helped move the issues forward. But now is not the time to resign and wait for the next election. We must continue working to make sure those in Washington, D.C. and in Georgia stay focused on the issues and what needs to be done. We need to stay engaged.
Voting is like going to the gym. You can’t go just once and expect results. You have to keep working at it if you want to see change. So now that we have exercised our voice at the voting booth, let’s continue exercising our voice by holding those in office accountable and demanding they focus on the issues instead of hurling insults at each other.
This campaign was difficult. I had to continue working my full-time job while getting out the vote at night and on weekends. I was accused of being selfish and other things. But as hard as it was, I refused to give up because taking personal responsibility to discuss the issues was more important than the hardships I had to face. I still believe it is important for all of us to stand up for true liberty and freedom.
This is not the end for me. I will be spending some time re-grouping and preparing for the fight that still needs to be fought. I hope you will continue to support and stand with me as we endeavor to return America back to its Constitutional principles and reduce the size of Big Government.