Three Former Congressmen Endorse Cagle

Former U.S. Reps. Jack Kingston, Lynn Westmoreland, and Phil Gingrey have publicly endorsed Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle’s campaign for Georgia Governor. They each shared their reasons for backing Cagle below.

Jack Kingston:

“During my years representing Georgia, I partnered with Casey Cagle. As an early supporter of President Trump, I can confidently say Casey Cagle’s administration will work seamlessly alongside our President to continue delivering victories for the hard-working taxpayers of Georgia. And, as grandfathers, Casey and I understand that we have a strong responsibility to advance policies which will strengthen Georgia for years to come. I hope you will join me and my family in supporting Casey Cagle for governor.”

Lynn Westmoreland:

“During my time representing Georgia’s third district in the U.S. House of Representatives, I came to know and respect Casey Cagle. We’ve both been committed to leading on matters important to the citizens of our state, and I applaud Casey’s leadership on education, workforce development, and protecting our conservative principles. We know Casey earned the endorsement of the NRA, led the fight to outlaw and defund sanctuary cities, and protected innocent life — but I’m most proud of his families’ Christian values that guide his every decision. Because I believe he will continue to advance our community – and our state – so that all Georgians have greater opportunities, I am proud to publicly announce my support of Casey Cagle.”

Phil Gingrey:

“Having served Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives, I understand the issues that our state faces. And, I know that Casey Cagle is the leader we need to take our state to a new level of economic success. From his leadership on healthcare policy to his business know-how, I know that the conservatives of Georgia can trust Casey to lead for our families. Casey is the Republican who can – and will – win in November. I encourage you to join Billie and me in supporting Casey’s campaign for governor.”

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