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ENG: John Thomas "Tom" Graves, Jr. (born February 3, 1970) is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 9th congressional district, serving since a special election in 2010. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district is located in the northern part of the state, including much of the north Georgia mountains. It runs along the border with Tennessee from Dade to Union counties, and extends southward to the fringes of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The 9th is a heavily Republican district; according to the Cook Partisan Voting Index, it is the third most Republican district in the nation and the most Republican district in the Eastern Time Zone. Graves formerly served in the Georgia House of Representatives. Early life, education, and career Graves was born in St. Petersburg, ...
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Tom Graves says bank broke promise


U.S. Rep. Tom Graves filed an affidavit Thursday reiterating that he was wronged by the bank that is suing him and a state lawmaker over a failed hotel in Gordon County. In nearly identical six-page documents, Graves, R-Ga., and state Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers, R-Woodstock, claimed Bartow County Bank changed the terms of the loan the two used to open Tich Hospitality and the Oglethorpe Inn in Calhoun. The documents say the bank then declared the company and the lawmakers in default. Other recently filed court documents indicate Graves and Rogers used money the Georgia Department of ...


Bob Barr contemplating a run against Tom Graves


From the GOP grapevine: Former Libertarian presidential candidate Bob Barr has told friends that he’s contemplating an attempted return to Congress – and a return to the Republican fold. Barr, a longtime resident of Cobb County, would challenge U.S. Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ranger – a tea party favorite. In August, the Legislature redrew Graves’ district to include heavily populated Floyd and Paulding counties – which now make up 38 percent of the electorate. Barr has told acquaintances that he would move to Paulding. We put a call into his office this morning, ...


Rep. Tom Graves' attorney: Bank was at fault


U.S. Rep. Tom Graves' attorney says the disputed loan agreement between his client and a Northwest Georgia bank is not valid because the bank should have known the Georgia congressman couldn't repay the money and it cut the lawmaker some slack when his company couldn't make payments. In court documents, attorney Simon Bloom contends Bartow County Bank never should have issued Graves and his business partner a loan, citing statements in a deposition in which a bank official admitted knowing the partners did not have the money to guarantee the loan. Graves and state Senate Majority Leader Chip ...


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Rep. Tom Graves Votes for Micah’s Law to Save Unborn Babies
Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) today voted for and the House passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36), also known as Micah’s Law, which bans abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, the point at which an unborn child can feel pain. “The mission to protect innocent life is at the core of my public service,” said Rep. Graves. “My vote for this legislation is a vote to protect unborn lives, and the conscience of millions of Americans who, like me, believe every unborn baby has the right to life. This bill is just one step forward, and I will absolutely continue fighting to save unborn babies in every stage of pregnancy.” The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act is also referred to as Micah’s law. Micah Pickering was born prematurely at 20 weeks. He’s now five years old and leads a happy, healthy life. ###
Rep. Tom Graves Statement on Tax Reform Framework
Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) released the following statement after House Republicans released a tax reform framework:   “This framework turns the page on our complicated and broken tax system. It’s simpler, flatter and fairer than the current tax code. It will put more money in the pockets of hard-working Americans. It also promotes economic growth and private-sector job creation by slashing the corporate tax rate – currently the highest in the developed world – and ensuring fair treatment for small businesses. Congress needs to get the final product to the president’s desk as quickly as possible.” Click HERE to read more about the plan. ###
Rep. Tom Graves Statement on Senate Obamacare Vote
Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) issued the following statement concerning the Senate’s failure to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare: “While I commend Senator Isakson and Senator Perdue for supporting the legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, I’m deeply disappointed and frustrated by the Senate’s failure to pass a bill. The House made difficult choices and passed a bill to fulfill our promise, and the Senate needs to do the same thing. We cannot stand back and let the healthcare system implode. We have to keep fighting. We have to rescue the families caught up in Obamacare’s death spiral, which is only accelerating. I’m ready to do whatever is necessary to move this process forward. The American people are waiting.”  ###
Rep. Tom Graves, House Pass The Make America Secure And Prosperous Appropriations Act
Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) released the following statement after he voted for, and the House passed, the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act (H.R. 3354), legislation to fund the federal government for fiscal year 2018:  “This bill is true to its name, and it’s true to our principles. It keeps our country secure by funding President Trump’s border wall and strengthening our military. It makes America prosperous again by restoring financial freedoms so families can earn a living and achieve their dreams. It advances conservative principles by protecting life, caring for our veterans and reducing the rules and reach of government. “Passing this unified conservative bill is a new approach to the annual government funding process. I credit Republican leaders and members for agreeing to try something different, and the Appropriations Committee for doing what most thought was impossible. Now it’s time to work with the Senate and the administration to se



 
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