According to a press release, Chambliss has consistently voted to protect the sanctity of life and ensure our Second Amendment Rights. He has voted to make Bush tax cuts permanent. He voted for tax reform 23 times this Congress alone. Pro-business groups agree with Saxby’s record and he has been endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Builders and Contractors.
Since announcing his candidacy last October, Chambliss has received widespread support throughout the state of Georgia. The Chambliss campaign has established a grassroots organization with coordinators in each of Georgia’s 159 counties. Coalition groups criss-cross the state including, Working Georgians for Saxby, Veterans for Saxby, headed by America’s most decorated living veteran, General Ray Davis, Sportsmen for Saxby, Law Enforcement for Saxby, chaired by Cobb County Sheriff Bill Hutson, Ag for Saxby, and Students for Saxby at his alma mater, the University of Georgia.
As chairman of the House Intelligence Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security, Chambliss leads in evaluating terrorist threats, American vulnerability, country’s counterterrorism resources and capabilities, and the government’s preparedness. He is also the chairman of the Agriculture Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management. An active member of the House Armed Services Committee, he founded the Congressional Air Power Caucus.
Chambliss graduated from the University of Georgia in 1966 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1968. He and his wife Julianne have been married since 1966.
They have two children and two grandchildren.