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Cut government regulations to help small business owners

Secretary of State Kemp says that his mission if elected Governor is to make Georgia the number one state for small business in the country. "My mission has been to cut government regulations, streamline government, make government more efficient and really help small business owners," said Sec. of State Kemp.

"If we're growing jobs and better paying jobs in rural Georgia and helping the small business owners then people will have more money in their pockets to spend on tourism, we're going to have more products coming in and out of the ports," Sec. of State Kemp said. He says the only way those parts of the local economy can improve is by focusing on improving the economies of rural areas. He says one way to do that is by helping to improve and expand agricultural technologies throughout the region. "If we're doing that, that's going to be good for issues like water and our economy," Sec. of State Kemp said.

Source: WJCL News on 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race , Apr 28, 2017

Invest Georgia Exemption: first business $1M in exempt IPO

As a small business owner himself, Brian Kemp is very sensitive to how government red tape can hinder the growth and prosperity of Georgia's businesses. That's why, as our Secretary of State, Brian Kemp has aggressively implemented fiscally conservative business principles and new technologies to help remove the government red tape and regulations that block economic recovery and job growth.

In December 2011, Kemp launched the Invest Georgia Exemption (IGE) through his office's Securities Division. The IGE gives Georgia businesses the ability to raise up to $1 million from Georgia residents in a public offering.

This new form of "crowdfunding" provides greater investment opportunities for Georgia citizens and promotes the growth of Georgia's small businesses. It is the perfect conservative policy solution that empowers entrepreneurs to succeed rather than government picking "winners and losers" in the marketplace. 31 businesses have filed for the IGE since its inception.

Source: 2018 Georgia Governor campaign website KempMeansBusiness.com , Mar 15, 2017

Cut red tape & recruit biotech companies to GA 316

The Kemp Means Business Plan to Create New Jobs: Once elected, Secretary of State Brian Kemp will request a position on the Georgia Board of Economic Development. Working in close cooperation with the Governor, other statewide leaders, and the Board, Kemp will volunteer to lead efforts to recruit certain industries to Georgia such as the promoting the bio-tech corridor along GA 316.

As part of his campaign, Kemp is launching CutRedTape.net, a website to solicit ideas from business owners across the state as to how Georgia can reduce government bureaucracy, red tape, and burdensome regulations. This site will be launched during the campaign. As Secretary of State, Kemp will transition this website to become an official Secretary of State website and continue to solicit ideas from working Georgians on how we can constantly improve.

Source: GA Secretary of State campaign website VoteBrianKemp.com , May 23, 2010

Other governors on Corporations: Brian Kemp on other issues:
GA Gubernatorial:
Andrew Hunt
Casey Cagle
Hunter Hill
Jason Carter
Nathan Deal
Sonny Perdue
Stacey Abrams
Tom Price
GA Senatorial:
Amanda Swafford
David Perdue
Jack Kingston
Karen Handel
Michelle Nunn
Paul Broun
Phil Gingrey

Gubernatorial Debates 2017:
NJ: Guadagno(R) vs.Phil Murphy(D vs.Ray Lesniak(D) vs.Mayor Steve Fulop(D) vs.Lesniak(D) vs.Wisniewski(D) vs.Ciattarelli(R) vs.Rullo(R)
VA: Gillespie(R) vs.Perriello(D) vs.Wittman(R) vs.Wagner(R) vs.Northam(D)
Gubernatorial Debates 2018:
AK: Walker(i) vs.(no opponent yet)
AL: Kay Ivey(R) vs.Countryman(D) vs.David Carrington (R) vs.Tommy Battle (R)
AR: Hutchinson(R) vs.(no opponent yet)
AZ: Ducey(R) vs.David Garcia (D)
CA: Newsom(D) vs.Chiang(D) vs.Villaraigosa(D) vs.Delaine Eastin (D) vs.David Hadley (R) vs.John Cox (R) vs.Zoltan Istvan (I)
CO: Ed Perlmutter (D) vs.Johnston(D) vs.Mitchell(R) vs.Cary Kennedy (D) vs.George Brauchler (R) vs.Doug Robinson (R)
CT: Malloy(D) vs.Drew(D) vs.Srinivasan(R) vs.David Walker (R)
FL: Gillum(D) vs.Graham(D) vs.Mike Huckabee (R) vs.Adam Putnam (R)
GA: Kemp(R) vs.Casey Cagle (R) vs.Hunter Hill (R) vs.Stacey Abrams (R)
HI: Ige(D) vs.(no opponent yet)
IA: Kim_Reynolds(R) vs.Leopold(D) vs.Andy McGuire (D) vs.Nate Boulton (D)
ID: Little(R) vs.Fulcher(R)
IL: Rauner(R) vs.Kennedy(D) vs.Pawar(D) vs.Daniel Biss (D) vs.J.B. Pritzker (D)
KS: Brewer(D) vs.Wink Hartman (R)
MA: Baker(R) vs.Gonzalez(D) vs.Setti Warren (D) vs.Bob Massie (R)
MD: Hogan(R) vs.Alec Ross (D) vs.Richard Madaleno (D)
ME: (no candidate yet)
MI: Whitmer(R) vs.El-Sayed(D) vs.Tim Walz (D)
MN: Coleman(D) vs.Murphy(D) vs.Otto(D) vs.Tina Liebling (DFL) vs.Tim Walz (DFL) vs.Matt Dean (R)
NE: Ricketts(R) vs.(no opponent yet)
NH: Sununu(R) vs.Steve Marchand (D)
NM: Grisham(D) vs.(no opponent yet)
NV: Jared Fisher (R) vs.(no opponent yet)
NY: Cuomo(R) vs.(no opponent yet)
OH: DeWine(R) vs.Schiavoni(D) vs.Sutton(D) vs.Taylor(R) vs.Jim Renacci (R) vs.Jon Husted (R) vs.Connie Pillich (D)
OK: Gary Richardson (R) vs.Connie Johnson (D)
OR: Brown(D) vs.Scott Inman (D)
PA: Wolf(D) vs.Wagner(R)
RI: Raimondo(D) vs.(no opponent yet)
SC: McMaster(R) vs.McGill(R) vs.Pope(R)
SD: Noem(R) vs.Jackley(R)
TN: Green(R) vs.Dean(D)
TX: Abbott(R) vs.(no opponent yet)
VT: Scott(R) vs.(no opponent yet)
WI: Walker(R) vs.Harlow(D)
WY: (no candidate yet)
Newly-elected governors (first seated in Jan. 2017):
DE-D: Carney
IN-R: Holcomb
MO-R: Greitens
NH-R: Sununu
NC-D: Cooper
ND-R: Burgum
VT-R: Scott
WV-D: Justice

Retiring 2017-18:
AL-R: Robert Bentley(R)
(term-limited 2018)
CA-D: Jerry Brown
(term-limited 2018)
CO-D: John Hickenlooper
(term-limited 2018)
FL-R: Rick Scott
(term-limited 2018)
GA-R: Nathan Deal
(term-limited 2018)
IA-R: Terry Branstad
(appointed ambassador, 2017)
ID-R: Butch Otter
(retiring 2018)
KS-R: Sam Brownback
(term-limited 2018)
ME-R: Paul LePage
(term-limited 2018)
MI-R: Rick Snyder
(term-limited 2018)
MN-D: Mark Dayton
(retiring 2018)
NM-R: Susana Martinez
(term-limited 2018)
OH-R: John Kasich
(term-limited 2018)
OK-R: Mary Fallin
(term-limited 2018)
SC-R: Nikki Haley
(appointed ambassador, 2017)
SD-R: Dennis Daugaard
(term-limited 2018)
TN-R: Bill Haslam
(term-limited 2018)
WY-R: Matt Mead
(term-limited 2018)
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