Chuck Efstration (R), candidate for State House 104
Campaign website: ChuckforHouse.com
Campaign Facebook page: Chuck Efstration for State House District 104
Campaign Twitter account: @ChuckEfstration
NGwinnett: What is the primary reason you decided to run for office?
Efstration: I decided to run for office because House District 104 deserves energetic, conservative representation to advance free market principles and provide ethical leadership for our State and community. We need a strong advocate for the beliefs and values that are important to the residents of House District 104, not someone that simply holds a title and idly sits without providing effective leadership.
NGwinnett: What three issues do you believe are most important to the constituents in your district and why?
Efstration: The three issues of critical importance to the voters of House District 104 are private sector job creation, local control of our school, and innovative solutions to address transportation issues and traffic gridlock. I know this both from my personal beliefs and confirmation by meeting with thousands of voters while campaigning door to door.
Efstration: If elected to a second term, I plan to continue to provide novel ideas to encourage free-market solutions to the challenges facing Gwinnett County and the State of Georgia. Having already had success in passing several pieces of legislation through the General Assembly, I am working on new proposals for future sessions.
NGwinnett: If you could only tell voters one thing about yourself, what would it be?
Efstration: It is a great honor to serve the people of House District 104 in the General Assembly. Grown up in our community and taking on the responsibilities of public service, first as an assistant district attorney and now as a member of the State House, I am working to provide common-sense leadership for the citizens of Gwinnett. If a resident of House District 104 is receiving inadequate service from state government, I want to take immediate action to address the issue.
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