Josh is Fighting for Georgia Family Values.

He is the Proven Conservative for Senate.

When Josh is in Washington…

“I recognize that our bedrock family values are under attack, and they are deeply connected to so many important parts of America. As the family unit is weakened, so is our economy, societal structures, and even our stature around the world. It’s no wonder radical ideologies are targeting the family!

I will be Georgia’s voice at the federal level to protect the family, fighting to stop bureaucratic control of education and make parents more influential. I will work to end federal intrusion on the family and return power to the state and local levels. I will stop the reckless printing of money that saddles our future generations with debt. We can’t punish families for balancing their checkbooks when government refuses to do the same.”

About the U.S. Senate Candidate

Josh Clark is a business owner, former two-term Georgia State Rep., and recognized Defender of Liberty who is running for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. Josh was raised with the American values of faith in God, hard work & serving others. He lives on a small farm in Hall County with his wife Chelsey and their six children.

Josh has 13 immediate family members who served in the military, including 4 brothers who served on the front lines in Afghanistan.

Why Josh for U.S. Senate

Josh Clark & Family in Flowery Branch, GA
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Did you know this about our Founding Fathers?

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.
Declaration of Independence

There were 56 Signers to the Declaration of Independence. Of the 56, nine paid the ultimate price, with their lives, for the cause. Another 17 lost everything they owned and all of their money.

However, not one of them ever recanted on their pledge.

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