I will fight for an America that fights for you.
I’ve spent 24 years of my life in Georgia’s 6th Congressional district. I’m proud to announce my candidacy for Congress, and prouder still to have a platform to amplify every voice in the district.
I’ve worked in both the public and private sectors in nearly equal measure, with jobs ranging from the civil service to management consulting. Each experience taught me something about myself. I also discovered that there are lessons government can teach business, and lessons business can teach government. I can’t wait to put those experiences to work for the people of the 6th district.
Although I had the fortune to live in an area with excellent public schools, my experience growing up was very different than those of most of my classmates. I remember living through very real and regularly recurring threats of foreclosure and eviction from our family home, and periodically wondering where we’d find the money to eat and keep the lights on. Though I worked hard and am proud of my accomplishments, I now realize there were two things that prevented me from spiraling into the cycle of poverty that consumes many of our fellow citizens – my education and the sheer luck of random opportunity and good health. Not everyone is so lucky, and so I strive to carry the torch for those who feel society has forgotten or abandoned them, to deliver a message both emphatic and clear: you matter, and as Americans, we’ll struggle through to a better future. Together.
For more information on my specific policy proposals, please visit stevenknightgriffin.com/policy.
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I just got a flu shot (finally). I wonder which crippling vaccine related disease I’ll acquire this year? 🙄
I just got a flu shot (finally). I wonder which crippling vaccine related disease I’ll acquire this year? 🙄— Steven K. Griffin (@SKnightGriffin) January 10, 2019
Yesterday, our country lost a bastion of decency and civility in John McCain. May we honor his legacy by remembering the difference between adversaries and enemies - we can have principled policy disagreement and still want what is best for our country. Rest in peace, Senator.
Yesterday, our country lost a bastion of decency and civility in John McCain. May we honor his legacy by remembering the difference between adversaries and enemies - we can have principled policy disagreement and still want what is best for our country. Rest in peace, Senator.— Steven K. Griffin (@SKnightGriffin) August 26, 2018
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6th District of Georgia
I am both humbled and honored to officially announce my candidacy for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. For far too long, our political discourse has been dominated by discourtesy and partisan bickering, and our voices have been drowned out by the toxic influence of money in our elections. The long and necessary road to ending that darkness begins today.
What I offer is a better, hopeful vision of the future: one guided by the principles of rationality, fairness and civility, where politicians speak less and their constituents speak more. One where conservatives, progressives, centrists, independents and 3rd party voters alike feel represented and valued, even if they don’t always agree. One where we genuinely believe, as we once did, that our best days lay ahead – and that optimism, compassion, compromise and good government are the stepping stones to that better future.