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05.04.18

Georgia Businesses

Here are a few things I thought you might want to see: 1. Aflac Visit On Thursday, Congressman Drew Ferguson and I visited Aflac's world headquarters in Columbus to meet with employees and hear about the positive impact tax cuts are having on their business, workers, and community. Watch a quick recap of our visit here. 2. Competing With China The United States has been a consistently dominant economic force in the world for over a century, but China is catching up. We must not be comp… Continue Reading


05.03.18

FW: A Confident & Growing U.S. Economy

I just got this email from the White House and wanted to share it with you. When President Trump was elected, he made it clear that job one was growing the economy. Thanks to historic tax cuts and President Trump's actions on energy and regulations, we're beginning to see a real economic turnaround. -David THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 3, 2018 A CONFIDENT AND GROWING UNITED STATES ECONOMY Recent headlines and articles trumpet the good news: … Continue Reading


04.27.18

Our New Secretary Of State

Friend, Here are a few highlights from this week: 1. Our New Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo was sworn in this week as our new Secretary of State. He hit the ground running and has already traveled to Brussels to meet with our NATO allies. I sat down with Secretary Pompeo this week and know President Trump and the American people will be well-served with him as our chief diplomat. Click here to view photos of our meeting. 2. Farm Bill Priorities Today, we held a round table discussion … Continue Reading


04.20.18

North Korea's Back Against The Wall

Friend, Here are a few things I thought you might want to know: 1. North Korea's Back Against The Wall President Trump has established what was missing from U.S. policy toward North Korea for years: Credibility for the threat of use of force. Thanks to strong sanctions against North Korea, Kim Jong-Un's back is against the wall and it appears he's beginning to realize the weakness of his position. Read more in my column for Fox News. 2. Leveling The Playing Field President Trump has g… Continue Reading


04.17.18

Americans Are Winning Again

Friend, I thought you might be interested in reading President Trump's Tax Day op-ed in USA Today. His agenda is working, and our economy is in the midst of a turnaround. -David America's economy is back and roaring and its people are winning By President Donald J. TrumpApril 17, 2018 Tuesday is a day hardworking Americans may dread more than any other. Tax Day. A day that individuals and families, small business owners and part-time workers struggle to conquer a burdensome, complex and ext… Continue Reading


04.13.18

240 Breaches

Friend, Here are a few things I thought you'd like to know: 1. Your Data At Risk A rogue government agency called the CFPB collects data on your everyday financial transactions. I've been calling this out for years and heard more alarming news this week. The CFPB admitted it has been hacked 240 times and potentially 800 more, putting your personal information at risk. I'm very concerned about this, and you should be too. Read more in the Washington Free Beacon. 2. North Korea Connected To… Continue Reading


04.06.18

500 and counting

Friend, Here are a few things I thought you might want to see: 1. 500 And Counting Over 500 businesses have announced employee bonuses, wage hikes, or 401(k) match increases as a result of the historic tax cuts signed into law in December, impacting 4 million Americans to date. Check out Americans for Tax Reform's list of businesses (including many based in Georgia) sharing the benefits of tax cuts here. 2. Freeing Up Capital The U.S. Senate recently passed a major bipartisan rollback … Continue Reading


03.23.18

I voted against the massive "omnibus" spending bill.

Friend, I voted against the massive "omnibus" spending bill. Washington has reached a new low. We are six months into this fiscal year and just now voted on funding for the remainder of it. Not to mention, this is after two shutdowns and five continuing resolutions. This is beyond pathetic. This spending bill is not a product that represents everybody. It's a product written by a few politicians who got in a room and decided how to spend a trillion dollars. The result is a massive spending p… Continue Reading


03.16.18

Vice President Pence Visiting Savannah

Friend, Here are a few highlights from this week: 1. Vice President Pence Visiting Savannah Vice President Mike Pence will visit Savannah tomorrow to participate in the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. We're excited to have the Vice President and his family join this proud tradition in our state's oldest city. Read more about his trip in The Savannah Morning News. 2. Freeing Up Capital On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate passed a major bipartisan rollback of onerous Dodd-Frank regulations. T… Continue Reading


03.09.18

Major Bipartisan Action

Friend, Here are a few things I thought you might be interested in: 1. Major Bipartisan Action The United States Senate is taking major bipartisan action to roll back Dodd-Frank regulations hamstringing local banks, credit unions, and regional banks. These banks had nothing to do with the financial crisis in 2008, and removing these regulatory barriers will help free up capital in Georgia. Read more in Metro Atlanta CEO. 2. Overhauling Washington's Budget Process Georgia is well-repre… Continue Reading


03.02.18

Real Consequences

Friend, Here are a few highlights from this week: 1. Real Consequences Washington needs to put in place a politically-neutral platform to fund the government on time every year, just like every other entity in the world does. If Congress fails to get the job done, real consequences must be imposed on lawmakers. Read more in the Washington Examiner. 2. Georgians Leading The Way The Senate confirmed Judge Lisa Branch from Atlanta to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Cir… Continue Reading


02.27.18

Business Insider: Meet Trump's Man In The Senate

In case you missed it... Meet Trump's favorite senator -- the man he calls before dawn and after midnight and has given one of his 'highest accolades' Business Insider By Joe Perticone and Allan Smith February 27, 2018 http://read.bi/2Cp2R1i David Perdue never held political office prior to becoming a senator from Georgia, serving as a CEO of major companies like Reebok. Perdue maintains a strong and candid relationship with President Donald Trump. Perdue serves as a bridge between S… Continue Reading


02.23.18

ICYMI: Tax Cuts Are Helping Georgians

Tax Cuts Are Helping Georgians By U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue http://bit.ly/2EPtpq5 The tax cuts passed by the U.S. Senate and signed into law by President Donald J. Trump are already having a positive impact across the country. Businesses are investing in our economy again. More than 3 million Americans have received bonuses. Wages are rising at their highest ratein eight years. Here in Georgia, we are seeing this positive impact firsthand. In Marietta, Expanded Technolog… Continue Reading


02.23.18

Good News For Georgia

Friend, Here are a few things I thought you might want to know: 1. Tax Cuts Are Helping Georgians Since tax cuts were passed, businesses are investing in our economy again, more than 3 million Americans are receiving bonuses, and wages are rising at their highest rate in eight years. Here in Georgia, we are seeing this positive impact firsthand. Read more about how Georgia businesses are responding to tax cuts in my column with Senator Isakson in Atlanta Business Chronicle. 2. Making Geor… Continue Reading


02.22.18

Announcement

Friend, I've been calling out Washington's broken budget process ever since I came to the United States Senate. It is a complete failure and has only worked four times in the last 44 years. Both Republicans and Democrats have acknowledged that the budget process is broken, and now, we are finally seeing some urgency to fix it. Recently, Congress formed a joint select committee of 8 Republicans and 8 Democrats from the House and Senate tasked with fixing the budget process. It was just annou… Continue Reading


02.16.18

Americans Are Not Divided On Immigration

Friend, Here are a few things I thought you might want to know: 1. Americans Are Not Divided On Immigration A CBS poll shows that nearly three-quarters of Americans support President Trump's immigration framework, and he laid out a deal that both parties should have been eager to support. Instead, Senate Democrats showed their true colors. They had an opportunity to provide certainty for DACA recipients by supporting a bill that President Trump said he would sign, and they voted no. Read m… Continue Reading


02.13.18

Only Immigration Solution POTUS Will Sign

Yesterday, a group of senators and I introduced a plan that mirrors President Trump's immigration framework. Our plan secures our border with a wall, ends chain migration, eliminates the visa lottery, and resolves the DACA problem. President Trump has been very clear about what he will sign, and this is it. Last night, I joined Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss our plan, the Secure and Succeed Act. Watch the interview here.… Continue Reading


02.13.18

Our Immigration Plan

Yesterday, a group of senators and I introduced a plan to solve the DACA situation, secure our border, and fix the flaws in our current system that incentivize illegal immigration. The pillars of this plan are all things both parties have supported. In fact, two-thirds of Americans want an immigration solution like the one we've laid out. This morning, I joined CNN New Day to discuss our plan, the Secure and Succeed Act, as well as the President's budget and infrastructure proposals. Watch the… Continue Reading


02.09.18

Let The Games Begin

Friend, Here are a few highlights from this week: 1. Let The Games Begin Georgia is proud to be home to two of Team USA's incredible athletes competing in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, Chris Kinney and Elana Meyers Taylor. Meet the rest of Team USA here, and find the entire Winter Olympics schedule here. 2. Silver Lining The silver lining in the funding agreement Congress passed this week is that it finally establishes a select committee to address Washington's broken budget process. F… Continue Reading


02.07.18

Let's Make Congress Work Again

In case you missed it... Let's Make Congress Work Again The Hill By U.S. Senator David Perdue February 7, 2018 http://bit.ly/2nJ8Y7C In contrast to our current economic rebound, the United States debt is past the tipping point of a financial crisis. This should not come as a surprise. Even though we are five months into the 2018 fiscal year, Congress has not funded the federal government for this year. Even after this week, Washington still may not get the job done. Our national debt… Continue Reading

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