Georgia Named ‘Top State for Doing Business’ for 7th Consecutive Year


WASHINGTON – The state of Georgia was named the ‘Top State for Doing Business’ for the 7th year in a row according to Area Development. This is yet another signal that state economies thrive when led by Republicans. Thanks to the leadership of Governor Brian Kemp and the Republican-led House and Senate, Georgia remains the top state for business – that’s no coincidence.


RSLC President Austin Chambers released the following statement:


“States like Georgia are moving mountains for their citizens and economy, and it comes as no surprise that Republicans are leading at the state legislative, executive, and even the federal level as Georgia receives the honor of being the ‘top state for doing business.’ This is another clear sign that Republican leadership is firing on all cylinders and properly managed a state economy through possibly the worst economic downturn of the century. Voters will remember this when they go to the ballot box in November.”


The Republican State Leadership Committee has spent over $1 million to defend Republican legislative majorities in Georgia. Democrat Minority Leader Bob Trammell was named as the RSLC’s top legislative target in the country and is featured in advertisements highlighting his failure to lead and keep Georgia’s communities safe. The RSLC announced a multi-million dollar campaign on Georgia’s primary election day in June and previously identified a path to victory by flipping Trump-won Democrat-held districts in the Peach State.