There is a need to put the founding principles of this country back into the government, and that must start at the local level. Georgia has the potential to be the most economically competitive state in the nation, and with leaders who are committed to getting rid of burdensome regulations and allowing small businesses to thrive, it can achieve that goal.
Married to Shannan Reese Hill, an Atlanta native. Proud father of two young children, Hunter and Annie.
Worked in Real Estate as a Development Project Manager before being called back into duty in Iraq. Currently works in New Business Development for security firm SecurAmerica.
Former Board Member of the Department of Driver Services
Past Chairman of the Georgia Energy Forum
Past Member of the Smyrna Veterans Committee
Senator, Georgia State Senate, 2012-present
Candidate, Georgia State Senate, District 6, 2008
Attends Church of the Apostles in Atlanta
While serving in the Middle East received two Army Commendation Medals, the Meritorious Service Medal, and two Bronze Stars.
Hunter attended Westminster in Atlanta, after which he received a scholarship to play football at the United States Military Academy at Westpoint where he graduated in 2000.
After attending the United States Military Academy at Westpoint, Hunter graduated from Ranger School and went on to serve three separate tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He received several commendations and medals for his wartime efforts.
While serving our country by training the Iraqi police-force in 2004, Hunter realized that the future of this country will be determined not by our actions abroad, but by our policies and legislature at home, both in the Washington D.C. and in our state capitols. For that reason, it is direly important that we return our state to the founding principles that made this country great, namely limited government and free enterprise. If we infuse free market principles into our government starting at the local level, we can improve Georgia in such a way that makes it one of the nation's most economically competitive states.
Source: Hill (10/24/2012)
The overarching goal is to make Georgia the most economically competitive state in the nation. To do so, we must improve our transportation systems, public education, and tax codes.
Each of these issues is immensely complex and will take strong leadership to resolve, but with the right people in our State Legislature we can put Georgia on the path to prosperity.
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