Atlanta, GA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Today, Georgia’s Governor-elect Brian Kemp reaffirmed his commitment to Georgia’s agriculture industry during the Georgia Farm Bureau’s annual conference on Jekyll Island. In his remarks, Kemp expressed continued support for farm families and agri-businesses impacted by Hurricane Michael, and outlined policy initiatives that will keep Georgia growing.
From the Governor-elect’s address:
On Hurricane Michael:
“In October, Hurricane Michael ripped through Southwest Georgia. The powerful storm destroyed family farms, local businesses, and communities – generating billions of losses throughout the region.
“But our farmers – many in this room – remained strong and resolute. You rolled up your sleeves and went back to work. You didn’t complain. You kept the faith and started the long journey to recovery…I’ll make it my mission to rebuild what was lost and help South Georgia emerge stronger than ever.”
In detailing his first-term agenda based on the Four-Point Plan:
“The campaign is over but my promises remain. I have every intention to implement these policies. I will work around the clock to put hardworking Georgians first.”
On Georgia agriculture’s future:
“…I cut my teeth in agriculture as a teenager – working on a family farm during the summers.
“I majored in Agriculture …Read the Rest