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Meet Marcus

Army veteran. Patriot. Democrat.

Marcus Flowers is the Democrat running to defeat Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene in Georgia’s 14th District. Flowers has spent his entire career defending the United States. First – he served as an active duty member of the US Army, followed by more than 20 years as a contractor or official for the State Department and Department of Defense.

Marcus has spent a decade in combat zones around the world and has worked on four continents. He has seen first hand the damage done by extremism and disinformation, and he WILL NOT let Marjorie Taylor Greene take us down the same path here in America. Her conspiracy theories may have made her famous, but they haven’t done a thing to help the people in this district.

Marcus’s values are those of this district: loyalty, duty, honor, respect, service, integrity, unity, courage, and fierce love of America and its Constitution. Marcus swore an oath at 18 years old to “Protect and Defend” that document, and he lives by that oath daily.

Marcus believes in bi-partisanship and bridge-building and does NOT believe in vilifying political opponents. He is pro-choice because he does not believe the government should be allowed into people’s bedrooms. He cares deeply about healthcare, the environment, equality, social justice, education reform, veterans’ issues, supporting our military, voting rights, and dozens of other issues on which Americans fundamentally agree.

Marcus is encouraged and inspired by the volunteers and grassroots donors who have already joined his campaign. With that kind of army, we cannot lose.

My name is Marcus Flowers, and I am running for Congress to improve the lives of the people in Georgia and to stand up against the threat to democracy now posed by Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and the extreme faction of the Republican party that she leads.

If you send Flowers to Congress, I’m going to focus less on starting culture wars, and more on lowering healthcare costs, investing in infrastructure, and prioritizing our veterans.

This midterm — it’s not red or blue.

It’s people or politics…

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