25 Facts About Barry Loudermilk


Barry Loudermilk was reelected to a second term on November 8,2016.


Barry Loudermilk served at duty stations in Texas, Hawaii and Alaska.


Barry Loudermilk attended the Community College of the Air Force to receive his Associate of Applied Science in 1987 before going on to receive his Bachelor of Science from Wayland Baptist University in 1992.


Barry Loudermilk was a member of the Georgia state senate for almost three years, representing the 14th district.


Barry Loudermilk served in the Georgia house of representatives from 2005 until 2011.


Barry Loudermilk resigned from the state senate on August 27,2013, to focus on his congressional bid.


Barry Loudermilk entered politics in 2001, when he was elected chairman of the Bartow county Republican party, serving until 2004.

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Barry Loudermilk was elected to the state senate in 2010, and was sworn in in 2011.


Barry Loudermilk was a member of the senate transportation committee.


Barry Loudermilk is a former member of the Freedom Caucus and has been endorsed by the evangelical author and political activist for Christian nationalist causes, David Barton.


Four months earlier, Barry Loudermilk, who had received $2,000 in campaign contributions from Equifax as part of an extensive lobbying effort, introduced a bill that would reduce consumer protections in relation to the nation's credit bureaus, including capping potential damages in a class action suit to $500,000 regardless of class size or amount of loss.


On May 19,2022, the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack requested that Barry Loudermilk appear for an interview about a tour he led of the United States Capitol Complex on January 5,2021, the day before the 2021 United States Capitol attack.


House Democrats had suggested Barry Loudermilk aided in the attack, which he and House Republicans disputed.


Barry Loudermilk entered the US Capitol with this group on January 5,2021.


Barry Loudermilk wants to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.


Barry Loudermilk compared the 2017 Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare to the American Revolutionary War and World War II.


Barry Loudermilk did not vaccinate his children against the mumps or measles.


Barry Loudermilk believes that it is up to parents, not the government, to decide whether children receive vaccines.


In December 2019, Barry Loudermilk likened the impeachment of Trump to the crucifixion of Jesus.


In December 2020, Loudermilk was one of 126 Republican members of the House of Representatives to sign an amicus brief in support of Texas v Pennsylvania, a lawsuit filed at the United States Supreme Court contesting the results of the 2020 presidential election, in which Joe Biden defeated Trump.


Barry Loudermilk called the act a "big Christmas present" for his constituents, claiming it would reduce the deficit, improve the lives of all Americans, and cause more companies to hire due to increased revenues.


Barry Loudermilk supports dismantling the IRS and establishing a flat tax system.


Barry Loudermilk is anti-abortion and believes that life starts at conception.


Barry Loudermilk opposes federal legalization of same-sex marriage, believing it should be decided by states.


In 2015, Loudermilk condemned the Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v Hodges, which held that same-sex marriage bans violated the constitution.

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