Direct from David: Georgia On My Mind

This summer, I had the chance to come home and visit with family, friends, and many of you around the great state of Georgia. My wife, Bonnie, and I also celebrated our 43rd wedding anniversary. 

With stops in Atlanta, Duluth, Macon, Columbus, Tifton and more, I’m always encouraged to hear directly from so many Georgians. 

Please continue to let me know your concerns and how my team can help you. It’s an honor to represent you and your family in the U.S. Senate. 

God Bless,


Stop The Dangerous Iran Deal


Ultimately, the goal of any agreement was to preclude Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. President Obama’s dangerous deal does not accomplish this objective, and allows Iran to continue to enrich. Most Georgians agree that we cannot trust Iran, and yet this deal blindly entrusts Iran with a domestic nuclear program. This fight is not over, and Congress will vigorously debate President Obama’s dangerous deal next week. As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, I will continue to urge my colleagues to reject this dangerous deal and stop a nuclear Iran now. Watch my recent interview detailing my concerns here.

Stand With Me To Protect Life


As a parent, and now a grandparent, the videos that have surfaced are unconscionable. I stand with many Georgians and Americans in the fight to defend life, and I have voted to end taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood. These videos raise serious questions and demand a full investigation of Planned Parenthood’s actions and practices. Read my statement here.

Steps For A Smarter National Security


President Obama has announced plans to cut back our troops. As a member of both the Senate Budget and Foreign Relations Committees, I am fighting against these cuts on multiple fronts. In order to have a strong foreign policy, we must have a strong military with the support of a strong economy. That’s why I am working to rein in Washington spending, while keeping Americans safe. I am incredibly proud of our Georgia military communities, and will continue to fight for our men and women in uniform. Read my recent op-ed in the Savannah Morning News here.