Former State Rep. Delvis Dutton seeks return to House


Former State Rep. Delvis Dutton seeks return to House

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(Glennville, GA) – Today, Delvis Dutton announced his intent to run for State House in District 157, serving Tattnall, Evans, and a portion of Wayne counties. The Tattnall County businessman pledged to run a campaign focused on fiscal responsibility, ethical transparency in government, and a return to the founding principles of our state and nation.

“I want to return to Atlanta to not only finish what I started with the Appeal to Heaven movement, but to continue to push for a state government that is transparent and accountable to Georgians.”

Dutton continued, “When I previously served in the legislature, I was committed to being a responsible steward of our tax dollars while leading a caucus of legislators in restoring our rights, fighting harmful legislation, and ensuring our district was well-represented. I have a proven track record of fighting for the 157th, regardless of the political cost.”

Delvis Dutton spent much of 2015 traveling the country advocating for a return to federalism by testifying before 29 different state legislatures.

About Delvis Dutton
Delvis Dutton is the Founder & Market Development Director for, a news organization dedicated to transparency in government and objective reporting. He previously owned and operated General Pump & Well which served 20 counties across southeast Georgia. A Glennville native, Dutton graduated from Pinewood Christian Academy and attended Georgia Southern University. He has two children, Bryson 8, and Carrington, 6. He lives in Glennville.

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