Georgia’s Lt. Governor Casey Cagle announced today that he has raised nearly $7 million for his campaign to be Georgia’s next governor.
Cagle’s campaign says that he has raised more than $4 million in the disclosure period that will end at the end of this month. Currently Cagle has over $5.75 million cash in hand to run his campaign.
Cagle claims the support of 100 sheriff’s and 1,500 county leaders that have endorsed him. Chattooga County Commissioner Jason Winters has long been a Cagle supporter, as has been State Senator Jeff Mullis that represents a large portion of Chattooga County in the Georgia State Senate.
Cagle says that he will cut taxes by $100 million in his first 100 days in office if he is elected governor and promises to create a half-million new jobs in his term as governor.