WHY: Georgia Needs a Healer

The American people of Georgia are sick and tired.  During the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, our great state was exposed.  The health of the state was not protected from Covid-19 due to a lack of urgency from political leadership.  Economic prosperity was nearly destroyed as many Georgians lost their jobs while those in highest offices of Georgia sought to limit unemployment benefits.  Our state became the laughing stock of the country while many Georgians died from Covid-19.  

When I ran for State Rep in North Fulton, I found that priorities for my campaign were state-wide initiatives such as fighting for better healthcare for our families, pushing for a stronger education system for young people and protecting small businesses that are the heart of our economy.  Now, we are in need of voter protections to protect Georgians from an administration that does not have their best interest at heart.

The American people need a champion of justice.  They need someone who will not be bound by the political power structure.  Georgia needs a leader who will fight for the best interest of the American people of Georgia.   Georgia needs a hero.  Georgia needs a healer.  Georgia needs Doctor Jason Hayes for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia.

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“I’ve been preparing for this my whole life.”

Dr. Jason Hayes has made the bold move to run for Georgia Lieutenant Governor for 2022 election cycle.  While many may think this is too big of a challenge, Dr. Hayes has never been afraid of a challenge.  He has been preparing for public service his whole life.

The American Legion Boys State Program of Louisiana gave young high school student Jason Hayes early training in politics in 1994.

He continued public service as violence prevention youth volunteer while completing his studies at Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans in 1998.

While studying for degree in medicine and public health at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, student Dr. Hayes gained valuable experience as a Congressional Intern under the Honorable Jim Cooper in 2003.

After completing internal medicine training at Baylor College of Medicine in 2007, Dr. Hayes committed himself to the American people as public health doctor with the National Health Service Corp.

Dr. Hayes did health policy work and was chair of a subcommittee that crafted key legislative report for Tennessee Legislation from 2008-2009

Recently, Dr. Hayes was the Democratic nominee for Georgia House District 49 State Representative in the 2020 election cycle. 

Covid-19: The Pandemic and the Vaccine

As a Board Certified Internal Medicine Doctor, I have seen the COVID-19 responses up close and personal. COVID-19 is a real virus that is claiming the lives of many people. Please be safe.  Below are some online resources to help educate you regarding your physical, mental and financial well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic and learn about Covid-19 vaccines.  

Stay Up to Date and Vote!

Since the opposition wants to stop us from voting, let’s stay on top our voting deadlines and WIN!

  • April 25th, 2022
    General Primary Election, Non-Partisan General Election and Special Election Voter Registration Deadline 
  • May 23rd, 2022
    General Primary Election Run Off Voter Registration Deadline for Federal Races
  • May 24th, 2022
    General Primary Election, Non-Partisan General Election and Special Election Election Date 
  • June 21st, 2022
    General Primary Election, Non-Partisan General Election and Special Election Election Run Off Date 
  • June 21st, 2022
    General Primary Election Run Off Date for Federal Races
  • October 10th, 2022
    General Election/Special Election and Run Off Date Voter Registration Deadline
  • November 7th, 2022
    General Election Run Off Date for Federal Election Voter Registration Deadline
  • November 8th, 2022
    General Election/Special Election Date
  • December 6th, 2022
    General Election/Special Election Run-off  Election Date 
  • December 6th, 2022
    General Election Run-Off Date for Federal Races

Georgia Voter Resources

Please use the online resources below to assist you with registering to vote, using mail-in absentee ballot or finding polling locations:

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