Josh Clark

Key Facts

Party Republican
Status Challenger

Background

Josh Clark did not attend college, but instead became a distributor for an international nutrition company at 18. He currently holds an executive role for that same nutrition company, NeoLife North America. Soon after, he bought his first investment property, where he launched his own real estate firm that continues to be in businesses today. Clark served two terms in the Georgia House of Representatives.

Key Issues

Economy

Clark believes in balancing the budget, cutting government spending, and reducing income tax in order to grow the economy. In the Georgia House, he cut taxes and helped to pass a constitutional amendment to prevent the income tax from being raised in the future.

Immigration/ Foreign Policy

Clark believes in securing the border wall at the Mexico-United States barrier and equipping U.S. Border to control illegal immigration. Clark wants to strengthen the United States’ relationship with Israel.

Reproductive Rights

Clark is pro-life. As a legislator in 2012, he helped to pass the Fetal Pain Bill, which banned abortions after 20 weeks.

Gun Rights

Clark is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and believes that the right of the people to bear arms should not be infringed upon. He has earned an “A” rating from the National Rifle Association. 

Education

Clark believes in Governor Kemp’s Parent Bill of Rights, which is a proposed legislation that at its core provides transparency, access, and engaged partnership between the parent and educators. and wants to allow parents to pick the school that best fits their child’s needs. He does not believe in the teaching of Critical Race Theory in school.

Endorsements

American Conservative Union, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, National Rifle Association, National Federation of Independent Business

Sources

ballotpedia

gwinnettdailypost.com

justfacts.votesmart.org

gov.georgia.gov