18 Facts About Andrew Clyde


Andrew Scott Clyde was born on November 22,1963 and is an American politician and gun store owner from the state of Georgia.


Andrew Clyde was born on November 22,1963, in Walkerton, Ontario, Canada, to American parents.


Andrew Clyde served 28 years in naval aviation units and the Seabees, including three combat deployments to Iraq and Kuwait.


Andrew Clyde received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, a Navy Achievement Medal, and four Navy Commendation Medals.


Andrew Clyde retired with the rank of commander in 2013.


Andrew Clyde earned a Master of Business Administration in corporate finance and entrepreneurship from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business in 1999.


Andrew Clyde obtained commercial real estate in 1999 and moved in 2010 to a custom-built 12,400-square-foot edifice based on the design of a historic armory.

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In 2014, Andrew Clyde opened a second location in Warner Robins, Georgia.


Andrew Clyde grew the business to $12 million in annual sales and 25 employees.


Andrew Clyde was a member of the board of directors of Clarke Community Federal Credit Union.


Andrew Clyde announced his candidacy for the United States House of Representatives for after five-term incumbent Doug Collins decided not to seek reelection to run for the United States Senate.


Andrew Clyde finished second in the nine-way Republican primary behind State Representative Matt Gurtler in a runoff election.


Andrew Clyde defeated Democratic nominee and former US Army warrant officer Devin Pandy in the November general election, and assumed office on January 3,2021.


On January 6,2021, during the 2021 United States Electoral College vote count, Andrew Clyde was one of 120 Republican representatives who voted against certifying the 2020 presidential election results in both Arizona and Pennsylvania.


In June 2021, Andrew Clyde was among 14 House Republicans who voted against legislation to establish June 19, or Juneteenth, as a federal holiday.


On February 28,2022, Andrew Clyde was one of three representatives to vote against the Emmett Till Antilynching Act, which made lynching a federal hate crime.


Andrew Clyde justified the action, saying that Hatchett had ruled to block prayer at public schools.


On November 3,2022, Andrew Clyde introduced the Expose Biden's Inflation, Deficits, and Economic Neglect Act.