State of Georgia secondary Archives: on Budget & Economy


Valencia Stovall: Market-led recovery better than stimulus

Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "Stimulus better than market-led recovery"?

A: Oppose.

Source: OnTheIssues.org interview: GA 2019-2020 Senate candidate Oct 17, 2020

Kelly Loeffler: Proud to champion President Trump's economic agenda

Thanks to bold conservative leadership on the state and federal level, our unemployment rate in Georgia--and throughout the country--is at historic lows. Our economy is growing and American families are finally seeing growth in their 401ks. As a businesswoman and political outsider, Kelly is working in Washington to advance pro-growth policies that keep our state and country moving in the right direction. She is proud to champion President Trump's economic agenda to Keep America Great!
Source: 2020 GA 2-year Senate campaign website KellyForSenate.com Jun 16, 2020

Kelly Loeffler: Reduce the Democrats' reckless spending agenda

In the Senate, Kelly supports efforts to reduce the Democrats' reckless spending agenda and reign in the national debt. Now, more than ever, we need to be good stewards of tax dollars and ensure that the American people are getting a good return on their investment.
Source: 2020 GA 2-year Senate campaign website KellyForSenate.com Jun 16, 2020

Amanda Swafford: Opposes federal stimulus

Q: Do you support or oppose the federal stimulus as better than market-led recovery?

A: Oppose

Source: Email interview on 2014 GA Senate race with OnTheIssues Oct 1, 2014

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