via Press Release:
Campaign Disclosure Shows A Strong Start for P.K. Martin’s Campaign for State Senate District 9
(Lawrenceville, GA)-Conservative Republican P.K. Martin, candidate for State Senate District 9, is off to a strong start in his campaign for StateSenate. He announced today that as of December 31st, he had raised $31,000 without any loans from 95 individual contributors with nearly $29,000 cash on hand.
“I am thrilled by the success we have had so far this early in the campaign. It is truly an honor to have the trust and support of so many people. The fact that nearly 100 people have donated to my campaign proves that people of Senate District 9 are ready for a new direction. The people are tired of the negative headlines about elected leaders who skirt around the law and hide behind excuses. They are ready for an ethical conservative leader who will lead by example and make us proud. I am going to continue to work tirelessly everyday to earn the trust and support of the people of this district and restore trust and honor to the office,” stated P.K.
A committed public servant, P.K. has served the people of Lawrenceville for the past 8 years.
In his time on the City Council, P.K. has proven that government closest to the people is best for the people. He has supported efforts to cut wasteful spending, attract new jobs, increase transparency and accountability in government, cut taxes and worked to improve public safety and quality of life.
P.K. Martin is a Lawrenceville native. After receiving his degree in International Affairs from the Georgia Institute of Technology, he moved back home to work in the family business, Hood Insurance Agency, in downtown Lawrenceville. P.K. serves on the board of the Professional Insurance Agents of Georgia and on the board of Providence Christian Academy. He is also a member of the Lawrenceville Rotary Club and is a former member of Lawrenceville Kiwanis.
P.K. and his wife Amanda are the proud parents of two children, Charlotte and Kuhl. The Martin’s are active members of their church, Holy Cross in Loganville.