After the primary win, the attorney general vows to continue to protect lives, livelihoods and liberties.
After capturing 74 percent in his primary and winning all of Georgia’s 159 counties, Attorney General Chris Carr today turned his attention to the general election.
“I am humbled by the overwhelming vote of confidence I received from my fellow Georgia Republicans in Tuesday’s election, and I take it as affirmation that they agree with my efforts to attack gang crime, keep our economy and schools open, beat Stacey’s frivolous lawsuits and fight Biden’s unconstitutional mandates and anti-energy policies.
“Over the next four years, I will work every day to keep our communities safe, to stand up for law enforcement, enforce the rule of law and maintain the best business climate in the country so Georgians can prosper. I will use our new law to target the gangs that drive so much of Georgia’s violent crime, I will further our efforts to end human trafficking, opioid abuse and consumer fraud.
“My opponent in this race has campaigned on a promise to not follow the rule of law or defend our state from unconstitutional federal mandates. Like so many Democratic AGs across the country, she has pledged to put her viewpoints ahead of the people.”
“Georgia will no longer be the No. 1 state for business if Stacey Abrams becomes governor and Jen Jordan becomes attorney general. Your families, your communities and your businesses will be less safe.”