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A key platform position for Dan Moody is that he believes “Congress is not a career path.”  The implication is that he is not a career politician.  However, in fact Dan is a career politician.  He claims that he “term-limited himself” and stepped down from the State Senate.  But now he is running for Congress.  Seems that Dan is playing with the voters of the 6th District.

And, most importantly, I could find nothing from Dan that says he will fight Trump.  In fact, in one of his videos Dan talks about supporting the President’s “good ideas.”  This means his is another Trump enabler.

In a recent mailer I got, Dan called the “Left” the party of protest and said that “we cannot let them keeps us from repealing Obamacare.  This clearly means that he wants to let poor people die so that rich folks will pay less.

Another mailer I got from Dan defines three issues, Keeping the Nation Safe, Standing up for our heroes, and Defeating Radical Islam.  All of these clearly are very fascist.  The fact he focuses on these three issues in his mailer says that he is appealing to fear of other.

My biggest problem is with his point about defeating Radical Islam.  How?

Former state Sen. Dan Moody: The one-time Roswell politician is also a U.S. Army veteran who served on the state Department of Transportation board. If he jumps in the race, expect to hear about his support for term limits while in the state Senate – and his ability to finance his own campaign.

Dan Moody is a former Republican member of the Georgia State Senate, representing District 56 from 2003 to 2011. Moody did not seek re-election in 2010.

Moody was Precinct Chair for the Republican Party and a delegate to the State Republican Convention and the District Republican Convention.


Moody’s professional experience includes working as a process engineer and owning a business. He served as a Captain in the United States Army Reserve.

Committee assignments



See also: Georgia State Senate elections, 2008

On November 4, 2008, Moody won re-election to the Georgia Senate from Georgia’s 56th Senate District. Moody received 44,810 votes in the election, defeating Akhtar Sadiq (D), who received 22,296 votes.[1]

Georgia Senate, District 56
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Dan Moody (R) 44,810 66.8%
Akhtar Sadiq (D) 22,296 33.2%


Moody and his wife, Stephanie, have three children.





Dan Moody has military, leadership, business and political experience. He served in the US Army after graduating college and marrying his wife, Stephanie. Moody knows how to climb up the ladder to success. After the Army Moody began working at a corporation, that he later purchased after the owner’s retirement. Now that he has retired from running his small business, served on the State Transportation Board and co-founded a non-profit organization; he is ready to serve the State Government as a strongly Conservative individual.

Former state Sen. Dan Moody: The one-time Roswell politician is also a U.S. Army veteran who served on the state Department of Transportation board. If he jumps in the race – he has already filled out preliminary paperwork – he is likely to focus on a support for term limits. He’s also expected to dig deep in his wallet to finance his own campaign.

Former state Sen. Dan Moody. File.

Former state Sen. Dan Moody. File.

The retired Army Reserves captain is an electrical engineer by trade and is “known for taking on the hard jobs” he says. He stands to benefit from strong ties to former Gov. Sonny Perdue.




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