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Personal Details

Barry Loudermilk (Republican Party) is a member of the U.S. House, representing Georgia's 11th Congressional District. He assumed office on January 6, 2015. His current term ends on January 3, 2023.

Loudermilk (Republican Party) ran for re-election to the U.S. House to represent Georgia's 11th Congressional District. He won in the general election on November 3, 2020.

Loudermilk is a former Republican member of the Georgia State Senate and the Georgia House of Representatives. He was chairman of the Bartow County Republican Party from 2000-2004.

Loudermilk is president and co-owner of INSI Technologies. He served in the United States Air Force from 1984 to 1992. He has been a businessman, department head of mathematics and information technology at Charter College, and a regional business manager with Honeywell Federal Systems.

At the beginning of the 115th Congress, Loudermilk was assigned to the Committee on Financial Services, the Committee on House Administration, and the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.

On December 15, 2020, Loudermilk announced that he had tested positive for coronavirus. for more information on political figures impacted by coronavirus.

Loudermilk was born in Riverdale, Georgia. After graduating from high school, Loudermilk enlisted in the United States Air Force from 1984 to 1992. He served as a communications operations specialist in Texas, Hawaii, and Alaska. According to Loudermilk's campaign website, he received awards for his roles in "the 1986 Philippine Crisis, the 1986 Air Raid on Libya, Operation Just Cause in Panama, Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm."

After his military service ended in 1992, Loudermilk earned a B.S. from Wayland Baptist University. He went on to become a small business owner in Georgia, founding a company called Innovative Network Systems, Inc., and becoming a co-owner of a flight training school called the Freedom Flight Center. He served as chairman of the Bartow County Republican Party from 2001-2004 and was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 2005, serving District 14 until 2010. He was then elected as a senator to the Georgia State Senate and served from 2011 to 2013.

During his time in the legislature, Loudermilk received various awards, including the Advocates for Children’s Public Servant of the Year award (2007), the Civil Air Patrol's National Legislator of the Year award (2006), the Blue Ridge Women's Center's Sanctity of Life Award (2010), the Technology Association of Georgia's Legislator of the Year award (2011) and the American Conservative Union's Defender of Liberty Award (2012)."

Below is an abbreviated outline of Loudermilk's academic, professional, and political career:

  • 2015-Present: U.S. Representative from Georgia's 11th Congressional District
  • 2011-2013: Senator, Georgia State Senate
  • 2005-2010: Georgia House of Representatives, District 14
  • 2001-2004: Bartow Country, Ga. Republication Party Chairman
  • 1992: Graduated from Wayland Baptist University with a B.S.
  • 1987: Graduated from U.S. Air Force Community College with an A.A.
  • 1984-1992: United States Air Force

Caucuses/Former Committees

Member, House Freedom Caucus, present

Member, Air Force Caucus

Member, Congressional Chicken Caucus

Member, Congressional Prayer Caucus

Former Member, Economic Development Committee, Georgia State Senate

Former Member, Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Communications Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Energy Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Member, General Aviation Caucus

Former Member, Homeland Security Committee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Military Family Caucus

Former Member, Oversight and Management Efficiency Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Oversight Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Pro Life Caucus

Member, Republican Study Committee (RSC)

Former Member, Research & Technology Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Chair, Science and Technology Committee, Georgia State Senate

Former Member, Science, Space, and Technology Committee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Special Task Force Combating Terrorism and Foreign Fighter Travel

Member, Starbase Caucus

Former Member, Subcommittee on Environment (Science, Space and Technology), United States House of Representatives

Member, Taiwan Caucus

Former Member, Transportation Committee, Georgia State Senate

Former Vice Chair, Veterans, Military & Homeland Security Committee, Georgia State Senate

Education

  • BS, Occupational Education and Information Systems Technology, Wayland Baptist University, 1987-1992
  • Attended, University of Alaska Anchorage, 1988-1989
  • AA, Telecommunications Technology, United States Air Force Community College, 1987
  • Attended, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985-1986
  • Attended, The University of Texas at Austin, 1981

Professional Experience

  • BS, Occupational Education and Information Systems Technology, Wayland Baptist University, 1987-1992
  • Attended, University of Alaska Anchorage, 1988-1989
  • AA, Telecommunications Technology, United States Air Force Community College, 1987
  • Attended, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985-1986
  • Attended, The University of Texas at Austin, 1981
  • Author, "And Then They Prayed"
  • Adjunct Instructor, Business/Continuing Education, University of Alaska
  • Co-Founder/Former Owner, Freedom Flight Center
  • Former President/Co-Owner, Innovative Network Systems, Incorporated
  • Department Head, Mathematics and Information Technology Department, Charter College
  • Founder, Firm Reliance, Incorporated, 2011
  • Team Leader, George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, 2004
  • Local Coordinator, George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, 2000
  • Alaska Regional Business Manager, Honeywell Federal Systems, Incorporated, 1992-1995
  • Served, United States Air Force, 1984-1992

Political Experience

  • BS, Occupational Education and Information Systems Technology, Wayland Baptist University, 1987-1992
  • Attended, University of Alaska Anchorage, 1988-1989
  • AA, Telecommunications Technology, United States Air Force Community College, 1987
  • Attended, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985-1986
  • Attended, The University of Texas at Austin, 1981
  • Author, "And Then They Prayed"
  • Adjunct Instructor, Business/Continuing Education, University of Alaska
  • Co-Founder/Former Owner, Freedom Flight Center
  • Former President/Co-Owner, Innovative Network Systems, Incorporated
  • Department Head, Mathematics and Information Technology Department, Charter College
  • Founder, Firm Reliance, Incorporated, 2011
  • Team Leader, George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, 2004
  • Local Coordinator, George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, 2000
  • Alaska Regional Business Manager, Honeywell Federal Systems, Incorporated, 1992-1995
  • Served, United States Air Force, 1984-1992
  • Representative, United States House of Representatives, Georgia, District 11, 2014-present
  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Georgia, District 11, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020
  • Senator, Georgia State Senate, District 14, 2010-2013
  • Representative, Georgia State House of Representatives, District 14, 2004-2010
  • Candidate, Georgia State House of Representatives, District 14, 2004, 2006, 2008

Former Committees/Caucuses

Member, House Freedom Caucus, present

Member, Air Force Caucus

Member, Congressional Chicken Caucus

Member, Congressional Prayer Caucus

Former Member, Economic Development Committee, Georgia State Senate

Former Member, Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Communications Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Energy Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Member, General Aviation Caucus

Former Member, Homeland Security Committee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Military Family Caucus

Former Member, Oversight and Management Efficiency Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Oversight Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Pro Life Caucus

Member, Republican Study Committee (RSC)

Former Member, Research & Technology Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Chair, Science and Technology Committee, Georgia State Senate

Former Member, Science, Space, and Technology Committee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Special Task Force Combating Terrorism and Foreign Fighter Travel

Member, Starbase Caucus

Former Member, Subcommittee on Environment (Science, Space and Technology), United States House of Representatives

Member, Taiwan Caucus

Former Member, Transportation Committee, Georgia State Senate

Former Vice Chair, Veterans, Military & Homeland Security Committee, Georgia State Senate

Current Legislative Committees

Member, Committee on Financial Services

Member, Committee on House Administration

Member, Joint Committee on Printing

Member, Joint Committee on the Library

Member, Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions

Member, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations (Financial Services)

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

  • BS, Occupational Education and Information Systems Technology, Wayland Baptist University, 1987-1992
  • Attended, University of Alaska Anchorage, 1988-1989
  • AA, Telecommunications Technology, United States Air Force Community College, 1987
  • Attended, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1985-1986
  • Attended, The University of Texas at Austin, 1981
  • Author, "And Then They Prayed"
  • Adjunct Instructor, Business/Continuing Education, University of Alaska
  • Co-Founder/Former Owner, Freedom Flight Center
  • Former President/Co-Owner, Innovative Network Systems, Incorporated
  • Department Head, Mathematics and Information Technology Department, Charter College
  • Founder, Firm Reliance, Incorporated, 2011
  • Team Leader, George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, 2004
  • Local Coordinator, George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, 2000
  • Alaska Regional Business Manager, Honeywell Federal Systems, Incorporated, 1992-1995
  • Served, United States Air Force, 1984-1992
  • Representative, United States House of Representatives, Georgia, District 11, 2014-present
  • Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Georgia, District 11, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020
  • Senator, Georgia State Senate, District 14, 2010-2013
  • Representative, Georgia State House of Representatives, District 14, 2004-2010
  • Candidate, Georgia State House of Representatives, District 14, 2004, 2006, 2008
  • Member, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, present
  • Member, American Legion, Post 42, present
  • Member, Article 1 Project, present
  • Member, Board of Directors, Barley Loaf Ministries, present
  • Member, Board of Directors, Cartersville Bartow County Chamber of Commerce, present
  • Member, National Rifle Association (NRA), present
  • Director, American Heritage Moments
  • Bartow Delegate, Congressional/State Republican Conventions
  • Former Commander, Georgia Legislative Squadron
  • Member, Presidential Prayer Team, present
  • Creator, September 11 Memorial Wall, Cartersville
  • Lieutenant Colonel, Civil Air Patrol, United States Air Force Auxiliary, 2005-2011
  • Chair, Bartow County Republican Party, 2000-2004

Other Info

— Awards:

  • Wing Legislator of the Year, 2006

    Advocates for Children's Public Servant of the Year, 2007

    Sanctity of Life Award, 2010

    Legislator of the Year, 2011, Technology Association of Georgia

    Georgia Chamber of Commerce Honor Roll, 2011

    National Legislator of the Year, 2012, Civil Air Patrol

    Defender of Liberty Award by the American Conservative Union, 2012, 2013

    Best of the Next Generation of Freedom Fighters, Freedom Works

    Taxpayer Super Hero, Citizens against Government Waste

Hobbies or Special Talents:

Aviation, rock climbing, skydiving, hiking, hunting, fishing and most any outdoor activity, as well as studying and teaching America's rich heritage.

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— Publications:

  • And Then They Prayed: Moments in American History Impacted by Prayer (2011)

Policy Positions

2021

Abortion

1. Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation?
- Pro-life

Budget

1. In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket?
- No

2. Do you support expanding federal funding to support entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare?
- Unknown Position

Campaign Finance

1. Do you support the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
- Unknown Position

Crime

Do you support the protection of government officials, including law enforcement officers, from personal liability in civil lawsuits concerning alleged misconduct?
- Yes

Defense

Do you support increasing defense spending?
- Yes

Economy

1. Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support lowering corporate taxes as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

3. Do you support providing financial relief to businesses AND/OR corporations negatively impacted by the state of national emergency for COVID-19?
- Yes

Education

1. Do you support requiring states to adopt federal education standards?
- Unknown Position

Energy and Environment

1. Do you support government funding for the development of renewable energy (e.g. solar, wind, geo-thermal)?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions?
- No

Guns

1. Do you generally support gun-control legislation?
- No

Health Care

1. Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare")?
- Yes

2. Do you support requiring businesses to provide paid medical leave during public health crises, such as COVID-19?
- No

Immigration

1. Do you support the construction of a wall along the Mexican border?
- Yes

2. Do you support requiring immigrants who are unlawfully present to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship?
- Yes

National Security

1. Should the United States use military force to prevent governments hostile to the U.S. from possessing a weapon of mass destruction (for example: nuclear, biological, chemical)?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support reducing military intervention in Middle East conflicts?
- Unknown Position

Trade

Do you generally support removing barriers to international trade (for example: tariffs, quotas, etc.)?
- Yes

2019

Abortion

1. Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation?
- Pro-life

Budget

1. In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket?
- No

2. In order to balance the budget, do you support reducing defense spending?
- No

Campaign Finance

1. Do you support the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
- Unknown Position

Economy

1. Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth?
- No

2. Do you support lowering corporate taxes as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

Education

1. Do you support requiring states to adopt federal education standards?
- No

Energy & Environment

1. Do you support government funding for the development of renewable energy (e.g. solar, wind, thermal)?
- Yes

2. Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions?
- No

Guns

1. Do you generally support gun-control legislation?
- No

Health Care

1. Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare")?
- Yes

Immigration

1. Do you support the construction of a wall along the Mexican border?
- Yes

2. Do you support requiring immigrants who are unlawfully present to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship?
- Yes

Marijuana

Do you support the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes?
- Unknown Position

National Security

1. Should the United States use military force in order to prevent governments hostile to the U.S. from possessing a nuclear weapon?
- Unknown Position

2. Do you support increased American intervention in Middle Eastern conflicts beyond air support?
- Yes

Congress Bills
Elections

2020

Georgia's 11th Congressional District election, 2020 (June 9 Democratic primary)

Georgia's 11th Congressional District election, 2020 (June 9 Republican primary)

General election
General election for U.S. House Georgia District 11

Incumbent Barry Loudermilk defeated Dana Barrett in the general election for U.S. House Georgia District 11 on November 3, 2020.

Barry Loudermilk (R)
60.4%
245,259 Votes

Dana Barrett (D)
39.6%
160,623 Votes

Total votes: 405,882

Democratic primary election
Democratic primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11

Dana Barrett advanced from the Democratic primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11 on June 9, 2020.

Dana Barrett
100.0%
65,564 Votes

Total votes: 65,564

Republican primary election
Republican primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11

Incumbent Barry Loudermilk advanced from the Republican primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11 on June 9, 2020.

Barry Loudermilk
100.0%
86,050 Votes

Total votes: 86,050

Withdrawn or disqualified candidates

  • Asher Nuckolls (D)
  • Roderick Sellers (D)
  • Rachel Kinsey (D)


2018

General election
General election for U.S. House Georgia District 11

Incumbent Barry Loudermilk defeated Flynn Broady Jr. in the general election for U.S. House Georgia District 11 on November 6, 2018.

Barry Loudermilk (R)
61.8%
191,887 Votes

Flynn Broady Jr. (D)
38.2%
118,653 Votes

Total votes: 310,540
(100.00% precincts reporting)

Democratic primary election
Democratic primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11

Flynn Broady Jr. advanced from the Democratic primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11 on May 22, 2018.

Flynn Broady Jr.
100.0%
21,621 Votes

Total votes: 21,621

Republican primary election
Republican primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11

Incumbent Barry Loudermilk advanced from the Republican primary for U.S. House Georgia District 11 on May 22, 2018.

Barry Loudermilk
100.0%
43,309 Votes

Total votes: 43,309

Withdrawn or disqualified candidates

  • Bar-Kim Green (Independent)
  • Adam Wynn (D)
  • Gavin Miller (R)
  • Elizabeth Webster (D)
  • Harry Braun (D)
  • William Llop (R)


2016

rated this race as safely Republican. Incumbent Barry Loudermilk (R) defeated Don Wilson, the only Democratic candidate to file, in the general election on November 8, 2016. Loudermilk defeated Daniel Cowan, Billy Davis, Hayden Collins, and William Llop in the Republican primary on May 24, 2016.

U.S. House, Georgia District 11 General Election, 2016

Party Candidate Vote % Votes
Republican Green check mark transparent.pngBarry Loudermilk Incumbent 67.4% 217,935
Democratic Don Wilson 32.6% 105,383
Total Votes 323,318
Source: Georgia Secretary of State

U.S. House, Georgia District 11 Republican Primary, 2016

Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngBarry Loudermilk Incumbent 60.3% 29,903
Daniel Cowan 18.5% 9,169
William Llop 9.8% 4,857
Hayden Collins 6.5% 3,247
Billy Davis 4.9% 2,435
Total Votes 49,611
Source: Georgia Secretary of State
Endorsements
FreedomWorks PAC announced its endorsement of Loudermilk on November 6, 2013.
On July 14, 2014, Loudermilk was endorsed by Liberty Conservatives.
Speeches
Articles

Marietta Daily Journal - America Is Not Perfect, But We Are the Best

Jul. 7, 2020

By Rep. Barry Loudermilk The United States of America is not just a place, it's not just a people, and it's not just a government. America is an idea -- an idea built on the principle that God created all people equally, with inalienable rights, which include the right of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. To preserve these rights, our Founders envisioned a nation built on that divine prospect and established a government whose primary purpose to was to protect those rights. America is unique, but not only in our form of government. We are unique in that we are one of the few nations in the history of the world that does not attempt to erase the memory of our mistakes and ills of the past. Instead, we acknowledge them, even erect monuments and memorials to remind us of where we came from, in the hope that we learn from them, and do not repeat them in the future. Unlike some other places in the world, our monuments and memorials are not always glorious and gratifying works of art. In fact, some are designed to remind us of some of the darker and more desperate days in our history. Just a block off the National Mall in Washington D.C. is the statue of a young man, whose feet and hands are bound with ropes, depicting the moments just before he was hung from the limb of a tree in an apple orchard in New York after being accused of treason. While there are more gratifying ways to honor the memory of Captain Nathan Hale, and the impact he had during our War for Independence, this statue immortalizes his last moments on earth and his final words just before he was hung, "My only regret is that I have but one life to lose for my country." Another historic statue in our nation's capital is the Emancipation memorial in Lincoln Park. This memorial has become the subject of controversy over the past days. The statue, which depicts the emancipation of slaves during the presidency of Abraham Lincoln, has Lincoln standing next to a black man who is rising from a kneeling position, with broken chains at his feet. The controversy surrounding this statue is that the slave is kneeling while Lincoln is standing, and this supposedly illustrates they are not equal. The statue could have been designed with the men standing side-by-side, arm in arm, like nothing wrong had ever happened; but, the intent was to remind us of the horrific injustice that was done to generations in our past. Throughout the history of the world, those nations and cultures that have rewritten or sanitized their history by erasing the ills of their past, have inevitably repeated them, or have fallen as a nation or society. Although America isn't perfect, we are the most just, open, and free nation in the world. While our Founders were not perfect, their ideas of inalienable rights given by God to all people were pure and right. And while our Constitution wasn't flawless at its outset, as it did not recognize enslaved Americans as people, and allowed for slavery to continue; the Framers of the Constitution put a path in place to correct that wrong, and gave us a way toward a more perfect union, recognizing the equality of all people in the eyes of God and our government. It's true, America isn't perfect; but, we are the best because we recognize we have not perfected ourselves, and are continually reminded of our past, good and bad. There are those that say our monuments and memorials should be destroyed, but a lot of the fervor there is because of a lack of knowledge of our history. Some of those who are vandalizing our monuments, quite frankly, don't care about our history, our country or our future as a people. They are only taking advantage of the unrest in our nation to commit acts of destruction and violence. I understand that some can and do feel offended by some of the memorials in our states and our nation, but there is a proper way to make change. The monuments in our nation's capital are under the care and responsibility of the federal government, and the president is taking action to protect these monuments from vandalism and destruction. The states are responsible for their own monuments and memorials and should not allow for their destruction. There have been calls on the president or Congress to take more direct action against states that allow destruction; however, I am not in favor of direct federal intervention in the case of state or local historical monuments. I believe if federal government dictates how states and localities recognize their history, this would set a bad precedent. I am, however, supporting legislation to withhold federal funding from states that do not attempt to protect their citizens, property or monuments from vandalism and destruction. We must have law and order in this nation, but it is beholden on the state leaders to uphold the laws of their states, and the nation to protect the rights and liberties of its people to ensure we have civil discourse in our disagreements, not vigilante rule.

Atlanta News Now - Opinion: Shining light on shadowy world of human trafficking

Feb. 12, 2020

By Rep. Barry Loudermilk It has been said that sunlight is the best disinfectant; unfortunately, many of the victims of human trafficking spend their days in the shadows. Their captors brainwash them with lies, like no one loves them, and spin a future that holds nothing but fear, pain, and hardship, leading some to believe suicide is the best way out. For those victims who do escape, many are burdened with survivors' guilt and choose not to tell anyone, hoping their life will just continue as if nothing ever happened. While our nation celebrates many freedoms, sadly, the United States isn't free from this horrific crime. More than 40 million men, women, and children are trafficked across the globe every year; and thousands of those victims are from the United States. Additionally, one in four victims of human trafficking is a young child. According to one study prepared for the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, the age of exploitation could be as unimaginable as eleven or younger.Like domestic violence cases, many of the victims in human trafficking cases begin what seems to be an innocent relationship; but, eventually, the relationship takes a darker turn. Eventually, the significant other in the relationship sells his or her "partner' off into prostitution, or other relationships, without their consent. Many of the victims of sex trafficking are physically abused, forcibly subjected to daily exploitation or given drugs which result in addiction and denied basic freedoms.Globally, this criminal enterprise generates more than $150 billion annually. Trafficking networks are growing fast, subjecting victims to these unimaginable conditions more than at any time in human history. To combat this scourge internationally, advocacy organizations and NGOs (non-government organizations) extend their help to rescue survivors and help them rebuild their lives.In the United States, it falls on each one of us to be vigilant; and, local, state, and federal governments must partner together to fight back. On a federal level, the U.S. Department of State's Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Office has awarded millions of dollars in grants to organizations combating this atrocity around the world -- leading to thousands of men, women, and children being rescued. The Department of Health and Human Services has provided $1.75 million through competitive funding for the National Human Trafficking Hotline -- (888) 373-7888. Even in this era of hyper-partisanship, Congress has taken bipartisan action to support these victim advocacy programs, which play a vital role in liberating victims from their oppressors. These programs also exist in our local communities, taking the fight to the local level, and helping to secure better futures for the most vulnerable.To the victims in this horrific situation: know that you are not alone. You are loved, valued, and appreciated. There is a network of advocates and organizations here for you, and you can have a future without exploitation and violence. We want to make sure what has happened to you doesn't happen to anyone else.To those with a voice: learn the "red flags.' As allies, we must take a stand and speak up for victims. Until the number of these atrocities reaches zero, our responsibility is not complete. Evils can only thrive if we choose to ignore them and allow them to remain in the darkness. Neglecting this challenge will only generate more suffering, leaving the most vulnerable unprotected. In the end, we will win this fight.This February 13th is "Shine a Light on Slavery Day." Together, we can take a stand and give aid to those trapped in the darkness of human trafficking. U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Cassville, represents Ga.'s 11th Congressional District.

Tested positive for coronavirus on December 15, 2020

Jan. 1, 1900

Coronavirus pandemic Select a topic from the dropdown below to learn more.Political responses overviewState reopening plansDocumenting America's Path to RecoveryDaily updatesElection changesChanges to vote-by-mail and absentee voting proceduresFederal responsesState responsesState executive ordersStay-at-home ordersMultistate agreementsNon-governmental reopening plansEvictions and foreclosures policiesTravel restrictionsEnacted state legislationState legislative session changesSchool closuresState court closuresInmate releasesLocal government responsesDiagnosed or quarantined politiciansBallot measure changesArguments about government responsesThe 1918 influenza pandemicPandemic Response Accountability CommitteeUnemployment filingsLawsuitsSubmit On December 15, 2020, Loudermilk announced that he had tested positive for coronavirus.

Events

2019

Oct. 2
Skilled Trades & Apprenticeships Career Fair

Wed 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT

5450 GA-20, Cartersville, GA 30121, United States