Founder and Market Development Director Delvis Dutton announced Tuesday that he plans to return to the Georgia House of Representatives, which serves Tattnall, Evans and a portion of Wayne counties. Announcing a campaign “focused on fiscal responsibility, ethical transparency in government, and a return to the founding principles of our state and nation,” Dutton seeks to take back the seat he held for four years before answering a calling to run for Congress in Georgia’s 12th district.
In a press release, Dutton said:
“I want to return to Atlanta to not only finish what I started with the Appeal to Heaven movement, but to continue to push for a state government that is transparent and accountable to taxpayers.”
Dutton continued, “When I previously served in the legislature, I was committed to being a responsible steward of our tax dollars while leading a caucus of legislators in restoring our rights, fighting harmful legislation, and ensuring our district was well-represented. I have a proven track record of fighting for the 157th, regardless of the political cost.”
Dutton previously served the 157th district from 2010-2014.
He has a Facebook page for his campaign.