Dale Rutledge For State House – Vote Early!

Dale Rutledge For State House
There’s no need to wait until November 6th to cast your vote in the General Election. Participate in early voting through November 2nd!
Early Voting Instructions
-Log into you My Voter Page with your name, county, and date of birth. Your voter page contains helpful information including sample ballots, who your elected officials are, and absentee ballot applications.
-Once you’re logged into your voter page, you’ll have access to your early and municipal voting locations. Select “Click Here for Early Voting Locations & Times” to find where & when you can cast your vote early.
I am grateful for your support as I seek re-election for the State House Representative District 109 seat. If you are interested in helping further with my campaign, request to display my yard sign. Send me a private message on my Facebook page with your name, contact information, and address so my team can get a sign out to you.

A Strong Economy – job creation & limited gov’t

-Georgia is yet again the best place to do business for 5 years running.
More Georgians are working today and wages are growing faster than the national average.
-We’ve passed legislation cutting state, personal, and corporate income tax. This is the first state income reduction since implemented in 1934
-We are encouraging 21st-century manufacturing and agribusiness, film production, high tech, data center, and healthcare business expansions.

Education – securing a promising future for GA students

-Targeted technical college and university programs in high demand areas.
-Georgia now offers 17 technical college programs TUITION-FREE through HOPE grant in fields with a 99% placement rate.
-FULLY-FUNDED student formula statewide in the budget for the first time since the formula was implemented 33 years ago.
-Increased education funding per student every year since the Great Recession to the highest level in State History. ($10 billion out of a state budget of $26 billion)
-Highest graduation level rate ever – over 81%
-The state-funded another $2 billion in teacher retirement last year – $360 million more than required to maintain a sound pension plan.

What We’re Working On – progress for a better GA

-We’re focusing on strengthening background checks and mental health services.
-We’re working towards investing more in school security to ensure our state’s educators and students have a safe environment.