Cobb County School Board Chairman Randy Scamihorn today endorsed conservative trailblazer Jake Evans in his race for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.
“We need bold conservatives like Jake to fight for us in a moment in history when the Left is imposing anti-American values through the media, woke corporations and even in our education systems,” said Scamihorn. “Here at home, I’m on the front lines fighting to keep divisive teachings like Critical Race Theory out of our schools. Right now, we have a member of Congress who is working against us on these principles, and we have the power to change that at the ballot box. Jake won’t bow to the politically correct Washington Establishment. He’ll reflect the views of Georgia families, and that’s why I want to see him elected to the House.”
Scamihorn, a veteran and longtime educator, won his District 1 seat on the Cobb Board of Education in 2012 and was re-elected in 2016 and 2020. He’s currently serving as the board’s chairman.
“As a graduate of Georgia public schools, I have tremendous respect for our educators who give their all every day, and they’ll have a friend in me as a member of Congress,” Evans said. “I’m grateful for the support from respected local leaders like Randy, who work every day in the trenches to give students the opportunity that education brings in our country.”