The countdown clock is ticking loudly for the May 24th primary in Georgia. Mickey Tuck, candidate for the 14th U.S. Congressional seat, has visited every corner of the district, multiple times. His message is clear; Tuck stands for smaller government, tax reform and working for our Veterans. He claims to be the true conservative in the race. “I am not a politician, I am an electrician,” said Tuck Thursday night at the Chattooga County Republican Party Meeting.
Tuck clearly defined who he is as a candidate and what voters can expect if he is elected. As a constitutional conservative Tuck feels that this document should still be the foundation of our government. As a fiscal conservative, Tuck says if he is elected he will not vote for a budget that funds a liberal agenda or any funding for Planned Parenthood.
“God doesn’t make mistakes,” said Tuck on his pro life stance. Securing the borders is important to Tuck, “we need a wall to protect us from terrorists. If someone can sneak 100 pounds of drugs across the border, they can sneak in a bomb.” Tuck also feels strongly that veterans deserve the best medical care available.
Mickey Tuck has lived in the 14th district his entire life. He is currently a resident of Floyd County and calls the Silver Creek area home. He and his wife, Sandy, will celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary later this month.