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Leaders of Cobb: Angelic Moore

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Angelic Moore

State Senate District 6 Candidate

THE STORY: The Moore’s have a linage of political public service dating back to the founding of our country. As a child, my Grandfather Moore was especially encouraging when he learned of my interest in politics and policy. I am now 47 years old and have been active in public service helping with the Georgia Republican Party for more than 30 years. I began while in Naval J.R.O.T.C. at North Cobb High School to help Newt Gingrich. Through the decades, I have had the fortune to have distinguished mentors from Cobb County such as Newt Gingrich, Johnny Isakson, and Sue Everhart. In 2012, I was honored to serve as the Atlanta Chair for Newt’s presidential campaign.

WHY I CHOSE TO LIVE IN COBB: My family chose Cobb County for accessibility to their jobs and the excellent educational system. I attended Pine Mountain Middle School, North Cobb High School, Chattahoochee Technical College, and Kennesaw State University. While working in downtown Atlanta, I transferred to the Georgia State University (GSU) Honors Program. I received a bachelor’s in Political Science with a concentration in Law and served as a founding member of the GSU Honors College Board of Visitors. I also have a mediation certification in conflict management for workplace disputes from the Justice Center of Atlanta and serve as the governor’s appointee on the State Board of Dispensing Opticians as the Consumer Member. In 2016, I started my business and political consulting company, A Georgia Company, LLC.

WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT YOUR JOB? Helping others. In my career of political public service, I have found that government bureaucracy often frustrates citizens, is inaccessible, and is a barrier to business and economic growth that Georgians and Georgia needs to thrive. Unfortunately, there are times state and federal departments do not respond to citizens’ or businesses’ requests. Consistently, especially during the pandemic, people called me for help because I have the institutional knowledge and relationships to assist. I am honored to be the constituent’s liaison. I believe it is my honor, privilege, and duty to help.

LEISURE TIME: I love spending time with my family and friends, especially working with my 8-year-old nephew who has Autism. Also, I enjoy being an extra on television and in movies, reading, gardening, and playing tennis.

BEST ADVICE: “To disagree, one doesn’t have to be disagreeable.” –Barry Goldwater

WHAT’S NEXT? I am running for State Senate District 6, not to be confused with Congressional District 6, because I would like the opportunity to represent the citizens of our district with my experience. Experience matters. Senate District 6 is 48% Cobb County and 52% Fulton County. Cobb is my home county, and I have lived in the community of Buckhead for 25 years. I know our district and our needs. Our district is vital to citizens who live and work here, but it is also a key economic hub of Georgia. The ability to deliver state funding for our economic welfare and infrastructure, as well as accessibility, are essential. From day one, as our state senator, I will deliver. I have the institutional knowledge, the understanding, and have built the relationships to ensure our district is represented in a way that protects our quality of life and secures funding back to our communities.

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