Press Release
Personal Message
Maximum campaign contribution amount that can be received for any election cycle (in the aggregate) are as follows: $2,800 for the Primary election; $1,500 for the Primary run-off election; $2,800 for the General election; $1,500 for the General run-off election.

It has been my honor to serve the residents of Hall County as your Tax Commissioner since 2013.

Whether you have paid your tax bill online, used our self-service tag kiosks, or personally visited our office – I trust you have experienced a professional atmosphere with ever-improving operational efficiencies blended with a friendly personal touch.

Throughout my first two terms, I have worked hard to bring a private-sector mindset to a traditional government agency. The very nature of our office work – the registering and titling of vehicles and collecting property taxes – involves a captive audience of local residents required by law to meet their tax obligations. That may be true, but we see them quite differently in your Tax Commissioner office.

To me, Hall County taxpayers should be – and are – treated as customers and neighbors worthy of the highest level of respect and courtesy. That’s how I was raised and it’s how I’ve always done business when I worked in the private sector.

Similarly, I show the same respect to our staff – and it shows in their positive morale and the way they, in turn, welcome our “customers” every day.

In my first two terms, I laid the foundation for service, efficiency and accountability. Three goals so important to me that they are front and center as my campaign theme. Now, I am seeking a third term with the goal of securing a legacy for the 200,000-plus residents of Hall County, our school systems and municipalities that casts a clear vision for the future leveraged by technology.

If re-elected, I promise to continue with the same excitement and energy as my very first day on the job as your Hall County Tax Commissioner.

In closing, I humbly ask for your continued support and your vote in 2020 to keep our momentum and progress moving forward for our community.

With appreciation,



"Integrity is exhibited in actions, not pronouncements of intentions." – Lorin Woolfe