Brandon Beach Announces Re-Election Bid for State Senate District 21
Will continue to BE BOLD in fighting for conservative reforms that encourage economic growth and help create new jobs.
Brandon Beach today announced his intention to run for re-election in Senate District 21, representing North Fulton and Cherokee Counties.
Since taking office in 2013, Senator Beach has led the charge in pushing for bold reforms to cut taxes, reign in government spending, and cut bureaucratic red tape, all while defending traditional conservative values.
“I ran for office because I believe we need bold conservative leadership in Georgia,” said Senator Beach. “From day one serving the people of North Fulton and Cherokee Counties, I’ve made it my number one priority to pass meaningful legislation that produces real results on the issues that matter to my constituents.”
Senator Beach believes that, for job creation and economic growth to occur, the tax burden on our hardworking families and job creators must remain low and government should get out of the way. That’s why he’s voted to cut taxes 14 times, leading the charge to cap income tax rates – all while balancing the state budget.
He’s made reforming Georgia’s transportation funding system a top priority, introducing legislation to change the gas tax to a flat tax to stabilize revenues. This change gave Georgia more control over state infrastructure projects, while saving taxpayers over 30% on road construction costs.
“Giving Georgia more control over how we spend our transportation dollars is something I’m proud to have been a part of,” said Beach. “Our reforms took control of state road project funds away from President Obama and Washington bureaucrats and gave it to the people of Georgia.”
Senator Beach has also made defending traditional conservative values a centerpiece of his agenda. He proudly voted for the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, even in the face of opposition from some in his own Party. And he voted to expand the 2nd Amendment and supported pro-life legislation funding nonprofit pregnancy resource centers that prevent abortions and promote new adoptions.
Before being elected to the State Senate, Brandon served on the board of the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Alpharetta City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission. Locally, Brandon leads the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce as President and CEO.
Brandon graduated from Louisiana State University and received his Masters Degree from Centenary College. He and his wife, Shuntel, have lived in and invested in our community for 24 years.