Forsyth County Commissioners Publicly Back Dr. Rich McCormick for Congress

County leaders in GA-6 endorse former Marine Pilot and Emergency Room Doctor

Today, Forsyth County Commissioners Alfred John and Laura Semanson endorsed former Marine Pilot and Emergency Room doctor, Rich McCormick, for Congress. These local leaders represent key parts of Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, which was redrawn following the 2020 census.

“Rich McCormick is exactly the type of courageous leader we need in Washington,” said Commissioner John. “He’s a man of faith and family who knows how to get the job done. Rich McCormick is principled and will do whatever it takes to safeguard our rights and freedoms as Americans.”

“This election is consequential and will certainly impact the future of this great nation. Please join me in backing a true conservative, Dr. Rich McCormick, for Congress.”

“Dr. Rich McCormick is a true public servant,” said Commissioner Semanson. “From protecting freedom in the U.S. Military to taking care of patients as an Emergency Room physician, Rich is quick to use his passion and skills in service to others.”

“I’m supporting Dr. McCormick for Congress because I know he will continue to put others first. I am confident that he will represent us well in Washington and make our community proud.”

“Forsyth County is an incredible community and I am honored to have the strong support of so many local leaders, including Commissioners John and Semanson,” said Dr. McCormick. “In Congress, I will fight to protect Forsyth schools by keeping federal bureaucrats out of our education system. I will be an unapologetic advocate for smart growth policies that keep Forsyth safe, strong, and prosperous.”

In the latest poll, McCormick has a 22-point lead in the race to represent Georgia’s 6th District in Congress.  He is proudly endorsed by The Club for Growth PAC, Americans for Prosperity Action, Frontline Patriots PAC, SEAL PAC, and numerous members of Congress including President Trump’s doctor, Congressman Ronny Jackson, and Congressman Burgess Owens.