Georgia Freedom Caucus Chairman Endorses Dr. Rich McCormick in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District
Conservative State Senator Greg Dolezal Backs Marine Pilot and Emergency Room Doctor Rich McCormick for Congress
SUWANEE, Ga – Today, the Chairman of the Georgia Freedom Caucus, State Senator Greg Dolezal (R-27), endorsed former Marine Pilot and Emergency Room Doctor Rich McCormick for Congress in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.
Dolezal, who represents Forsyth County in the State Senate, is leading the fight to stop Big Tech censorship, expand gun rights, and end the indoctrination of students in Georgia public schools. Senator Dolezal is a fierce conservative, business owner, and entrepreneur with a proven track record of results at the State Capitol and in his community.
“Dr. Rich McCormick is a bold and unapologetic conservative who has risked his life and livelihood to protect our rights and freedoms as American citizens,” said Dolezal. “From serving in the Marine Corps and Navy overseas to battling mask and vaccine mandates right here in our community, Rich McCormick is not afraid to fight for what’s right.
“In Congress, we can trust Dr. McCormick to battle the Biden Administration and stop Nancy Pelosi’s radical agenda that’s undermining growth, opportunity, and liberty in our country. Rich McCormick will help revive our economy, safeguard the border, and secure our elections. He will protect the unborn, defend the 2nd Amendment, and stand up for our Constitutional rights and freedoms.
“I am proud to endorse Rich and urge my fellow conservatives throughout the 6th District to join me in voting for him in the Republican Primary.”
In the latest poll, McCormick has a 22-point lead in the race to represent Georgia’s 6th District in Congress. Dr. McCormick is also the fundraising leader with $1.1 million Cash on Hand. He is proudly endorsed by The Club for Growth PAC, Frontline Patriots PAC, SEAL PAC, and numerous members of Congress including President Trump’s doctor, Congressman Ronny Jackson, and Congressman Burgess Owens.