Lynne Homrich is a great bet for Georgia’s 7th congressional district

A career businesswoman, she has the right stuff to lead.

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The GOP lineup has a lot of new and exciting faces for the fall. One of the best is Lynne Homrich, an accomplished GOP businesswoman in Georgia’s 7th congressional district.

LifeZette recently had a chance to talk to Homrich and was duly impressed by her background, professional record, and presentation.

She is married and the mother of four. Homrich graduated from Purdue University with a degree in biochemistry and has spent decades in business, most notably as vice president of human resources with Home Depot. She wants to put her knowledge and leadership skills to work for the voters of the Georgia 7th because “people hate politics… We need more business people in government.” Homrich is a solid supporter of the president and is focused on border security, the economy, and keeping taxes low. In her own words, Lynne believes…

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“We need to build the wall because we must control who comes into the country, and the only way to secure a 2,000-mile border is with a wall. In addition to securing the border, we need to strengthen internal enforcement to stop visitors from overstaying their visa. My campaign also supports banning sanctuary cities and holding elected officials accountable who refuse to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement efforts. Finally, I strongly oppose amnesty for illegal aliens. Amnesty rewards people for breaking the law and punishes people who have waited in line to enter the U.S. legally.

“We must change Washington and help President Trump’s efforts to drain the swamp by imposing term limits and banning politicians from becoming lobbyists. I support a balanced budget amendment with a super majority requirement to raise taxes. That will force Washington to spend responsibly.”

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Those are words most Americans can get behind and work for in November. The Georgia 7th district will have a unique chance to put those principles into practice by electing Lynne Homrich to Congress.

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