A nation that doesn’t enforce its borders ceases to be a nation. Marcy will work to make sure local governments cooperate with federal authorities to deport criminal illegal aliens and she will oppose any efforts to create “sanctuary cities.” In the House, Marcy will make sure our kid’s education dollars go to children of America citizens and not to the children of illegal immigrants.
As a proud gun owner, Marcy knows the best way to protect your family is to let the bad guys know you’re armed and ready. Marcy is running for House to protect our Second Amendment right to defend ourselves and our loved ones. She will always stand up to liberal groups wielding misleading statistics who want to come and take away our Constitutional rights.
A mother of three, Marcy strongly supports the Heartbeat Law that protects unborn children from abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected. In the House, she will back efforts to defend the law against lawsuits from liberal activists. While liberal Democrats claim that only they can represent the views of women in Georgia, Marcy will prove them wrong by promoting women’s health issues while also proudly defending anyone with a heartbeat.
Marcy’s top priority is promoting the prosperity of Coweta and Fayette counties. In the House, She will support legislation to cut taxes and strengthen Georgia’s business climate. Marcy will always stand up to socialists who want to raise taxes to fund massive government, and she will take on the unions who want to take away Georgia’s status as a right-to-work state. She supports cutting bureaucratic red tape that burdens small businesses and farmers, and she will always support initiatives to strengthen workforce development programs. As an educator, Marcy believes that the best investment we can make is ensuring every Georgia student gets a world-class education, and she will support legislation to ensure Georgia’s students are prepared to enter the 21st-century workforce.
Marcy is a strong supporter of local law enforcement and she will work to make sure brave public servants receive the respect they deserve. She supports strengthening the penalties for attacks on police officers, and she will stand up to Antifa and liberal extremist protestors who believe they are above the law. In the House, Marcy will stand with local law enforcement and support pay raises for the courageous men and women who protect our communities.
As an educator Marcy has seen firsthand that healthy communities provide strong educational choices for students. As a mother, Marcy believes that parents know what is best for their child’s education and government dollars for education should always follow the student. In the House, Marcy will use her experience as an educator to improve public schools and ensure that the General Assembly continues to fully fund education. Marcy praised Gov. Kemp’s push to increase teacher pay, and will always support improving classroom conditions for Georgia’s teachers. As a regular advocate for our local school board, she is passionate about improving education for the future leaders of Coweta and Fayette counties.
As our communities continue to grow and prosper, Marcy will show up and demand that we get our fair share to build the infrastructure we need. To preserve our high quality of life, our infrastructure must be updated to reduce congestion and support future growth. In the House, Marcy will be a strong voice for improving transportation so that commuters and goods can move through the state more efficiently. Marcy believes that effective partnerships between the state and local governments are the most effective means of improving infrastructure, and she will be a consistent advocate in that partnership process.