A fourth candidate has entered the race for State House District 104.
In a press release announcing his candidacy, Todd Tyson, a local business owner, said he will "fight for the
conservative principles of smaller government, less spending and lower taxes."
Tyson is the founder of Hi-Tech Healthcare, a privately-held home medical company with seven locations and more than 100 employees. He also serves as president for the Georgia
Association of Medical Equipment Services (GAMES), Homecare Committee Chair for
the Georgia Society for Respiratory Care, a member of the Medicare/CGS
Jurisdiction C Advisory Council, and is a faculty member of the Atlanta School
of Sleep Medicine.
much discussion with my family and friends and a lot of prayer, I am excited
about the opportunity to serve our community in the Georgia House of
Representatives,” Tyson said in a released statement. “I am
truly honored by the overwhelming support my candidacy has received in such a
short period of time. I look forward to
campaigning throughout the District, speaking with voters about how we can grow
our economy and bring jobs by cutting taxes, balancing the budget and reining-in
burdensome regulations that suffocate our economy.”