At Frontline, we understand that winning elections – electing God-honoring, pro-life, and pro-family leaders – is paramount to advancing our values. Over the years, we have established ourselves as the premier endorsement for life, faith, family, and freedom, and last night was another rousing success.

By God’s grace and with huge credit and thanks to our hard-working, highly-qualified slate, Frontline endorsed candidates went 26-3 in competitive races in the May 24th primary!

This unmatched impact is a testament to how God has used this ministry and to your support. To help us continue to deliver major election victories, please donate $25, $100, $250, or greater today!

We would like to congratulate all of our endorsed candidates – and all who ran on our issues around the state – on their victories. Now is not the time to rest, as Stacey Abrams and her radical cronies await in November, but it is a good opportunity to give thanks and praise to the Lord for these wins.

Last night, we wrote about Governor Kemp’s epic win. What a victory, and we are thankful to the Lord for what he has done and to the Kemp family and team for all their efforts.

Right now, we are watching the Lt. Governor’s race where Frontline-endorsed candidate Burt Jones has just enough votes to avoid a runoff, but they are still counting. It’s imperative we elect Burt – the conservative choice for LG – to this important office!

Results are official for our other statewide endorsed victors Bruce Thompson for Labor Commissioner – a dear friend and devoted pro-life, pro-family champion – and Richard Woods for Superintendent. They both won massive victories, as did our friend Tyler Harper for Commissioner of Agriculture (though he did not have a challenger, and his result is not included in our record totals).

In the General Assembly, Rep. Ed Setzler won a huge victory – avoiding a runoff in his race for State Senate. This is a game-changer for the Senate!

Overall, Frontline went 20-1 in legislative races – largely defending those who had voted for Georgia’s Heartbeat Law. We would like to give a special congratulations to Emory Dunahoo, who was in a very close, hard-fought match-up, winning with 53% of the vote. We are also proud of our friend Sheri Gilligan who goes onto a runoff after narrowly missing an outright win. The lone loss was in HD-22, where we endorsed Donna Kosicki late. Donna is an outstanding candidate with a heart for public service, and we know God will continue to use her mightily.

This election, we also endorsed 3 school board candidates around in the closing days that were running to shake things up. Mike Valdes ran an incredible campaign and will now be serving on the Forsyth School Board. Julie Mauck, a strong leader in Oconee County won first place but will move onto a runoff. And, in Cherokee County, our friend Chris Gregory ran a valiant campaign that – while it came up short – drove the conversation in a county where there had been some significant concerns.

We thank all the candidates around the state who stepped up to run for School Board to end the indoctrination in our schools.

Now, I want to touch on the biggest surprise of the night and our biggest endorsement loss, Secretary of State, where Brad Raffensperger secured the nomination. We endorsed Jody Hice, and we believe that was the right call. I have heard from many of you who are stunned by how the race turned out and are disappointed. I understand the feeling.

However, let me say what I have always said about Brad Raffensperger – Brad is a good man and a believer. I believe that things in 2020 should have been handled differently, however, I know that he is a person who strives to do what he feels is right in the sight of the Lord. That does not mean we will always agree, but it does mean that there is common ground.

Moreover, Brad Raffensperger is now the conservative nominee for Secretary of State. While pro-cheating, anti-transparency candidates on the other side of the aisle will fight it out in the runoff, we know this: their nominee will oppose and work to undo SB 202. They will actively work with Stacey Abrams to advance her agenda, and they will bring a radical, woke ideology to the office. We cannot afford that. More thoughts to come.

The time to unite is now. We are proud of our Frontline ticket that achieved so many victories, and we are excited about the opportunity to keep up the fight. In the coming days, we will roll out more endorsements for the runoffs and beyond.

Thank you for all you have done to help us achieve incredible success. We are the premier pro-life, pro-family endorsement in Georgia politics because of you. And we are so grateful. The best is yet to come!

To Victory,

Cole Muzio


Frontline Policy Action