Jason Anavitarte is a former member of the Paulding County School Board and candidate for Senate District 31 in the Georgia Legislature. Most recently, Jason served as Senior Adviser of Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan’s campaign and served on the state finance committee for Governor Brian Kemp during the 2018 election. Jason has been named one of the 50 Most Influential Latinos in Georgia.
I believe, as the Constitution states, the right to bear arms “shall not be infringed.” I support constitutional carry
I believe that government closest to the people works best and as a school board member always made myself accessible.
I was standing with Donald Trump before he was President Trump and I will continue to support the America First Agenda.
I believe we must build the wall and enforce our immigration laws.
I believe all life begins at conception and that we have an obligation to protect those who cannot protect themselves.
I believe in the Judeo-Christian values this country was founded upon and those values must be protected.
I believe the founding fathers never intended for citizens to make a career out of politics.
I believe in curbing illegal immigration through any and all means necessary.
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Jason Anavitarte is a proven conservative outsider who will always put the people of Polk, Paulding and Haralson counties over Gold Dome special interests. I am proud to support Jason in his upcoming bid for SD-31.
Jason Anavitarte is well-known in the Republican party as a conservative fighter. He’s Pro-Trump, Pro-2nd Amendment,has a record of cutting taxes on the school board. He will be a great ally to Governor Kemp in the GA State Senate rebuilding the economy.