(Johns Creek)- City of Johns Creek Councilman Brad Raffensperger announced Monday he will be a candidate for the open seat of Representative Lynne Riley, House District 50.
“The key difference in this campaign is that there is only one candidate who has never voted for a tax increase and never will,” said Brad Raffensperger. “As our next Representative I will never vote for a tax increase. Never.”
“As we saw in the national elections last week, conservatives and homeowners are fed up with candidates who pledge to vote against taxes but then break that promise,” said Raffensperger. “We deserve a reliable conservative who will not raise taxes. And that’s my record.”
Brad Raffensperger is CEO/owner Tendon Systems, LLC, a specialty contracting and engineering design firm. He also owns and operates a specialty steel manufacturing plant.
Brad has served on Johns Creek City Council for three years. He is a current board member of the Ed Isakson/ Alpharetta Family YMCA. He is also a member North Point Community Church, where he mentored 25 middle school students.
Brad earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Western University, and was awarded his MBA from Georgia State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in over 25 states. Brad and his wife, Tricia, have three adult sons and have lived in Johns Creek since 1998.