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						Matt Gurtler

Matt Gurtler

Date of Birth September 15, 1988
Place of Birth Rabun
Country United States
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Age 33 years, 1 months, 13 days

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Matt Gurtler Biography

Matt Gurtler is a famous Politician, who was born on September 15, 1988 in United States. According to Astrologers, Matt Gurtler's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Gurtler is a general contractor. He told Project VoteSmart that his political experience includes volunteering for Ron Paul’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns for president, and serving as a delegate to the Georgia Republican Party in 2013 and 2015. Gurtler also reported that he had worked as a political consultant since 2015 and was CEO of Matthew L. Gurtler General Construction.

Gurtler graduated from the University of North Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in 2012. In 2013, he was arrested on the North Georgia campus and charged with obstructing a police officer. The charges were settled in 2017 after Gurtler completed a pretrial diversion program and paid court costs.

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In 2016, Gurtler ran to succeed state Rep. Steve Allison, to whom he served as an aide. He won the Republican primary runoff with 61 percent of the vote and was unopposed in the general election.

Matt Gurtler Net Worth

Matt Gurtler is one of the richest Politician & listed on most popular Politician. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Matt Gurtler net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Matt Gurtler Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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In 2016, Gurtler ran to succeed state Rep. Steve Allison, to whom he served as an aide. He won the Republican primary runoff with 61 percent of the vote and was unopposed in the general election.

Gurtler was the sole House member to vote against the proposed budget of Governor Nathan Deal (who also is a Republican). In February 2017, Gurtler had a dispute with Deal’s chief of staff, Chris Riley, at a breakfast event at the Governor’s Mansion, regarding the state budget. Following the exchange, Gurtler accused Riley of “intimidation and bullying tactics” and claimed that Riley had threatened to “cut all funding” to Gurtler’s district unless he voted for the budget. Riley denied Gurtler’s allegation.

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Gurtler describes himself as a “limited government conservative” and is regarded as a hardliner within the Republican Party, with an “anti-establishment, small-government message.” Gurtler “has a reputation in the House as often being the lone Republican dissenter on many of the party-backed initiatives, making him a bit of a pariah in his own caucus.” As a frequent sole dissenter, Gurtler has been termed “the Dr. No of the House.” In 2017–18, Gurtler voted “no” in 40% of floor votes, more than any member of any party in the General Assembly.

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In early 2018, Gurtler voted against legislation for a commuter rail system in metro Atlanta and for an expansion of broadband access in rural communities. During a fall 2018 special session of the General Assembly, Gurtler was criticized by fellow Republicans for being the sole representative to vote against a $500 million emergency relief package for communities in southwest Georgia impacted by Hurricane Michael. Gurtler termed the legislation “not in line with conservative principles”; in response, 20 lawmakers sent a letter to newspaper editors in Gurtler’s district accusing him of failing to “work constructively on anything to help Georgians – your district included.”

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Ranked on the list of most popular Politician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Matt Gurtler celebrates birthday on September 15 of every year.

Gurtler has introduced legislation to eliminate the state’s permit requirement for the carrying of concealed handguns, HB 2. Gurtler’s permitless carry legislation is supported by Republican Brian Kemp, the Georgia governor. Gurtler says that he regards the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution as “a no-compromise statement.” In 2018, Gurtler introduced a resolution urging Georgia school districts to arm teachers and school staff; the resolution did not receive a vote.

In February 2020, Gurtler announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress in Georgia’s 9th congressional district, for the seat vacated by Republican U.S. Representative Doug Collins, who is running for U.S. Senate. The congressional district is a very “red” (Republican-dominated) safe seat. Gurtler in running against former Representative Paul Broun Jr., State Senator John Wilkinson, and State Representative Kevin Tanner in the Republican primary; all the candidates have emphasized their right-wing credentials.

In March 2020, Gurtler was the sole House member to vote against a measure to regulate pharmacy benefits managers, who negotiate prescription drug prices between health insurers and pharmacies, the measure passed 165–1. In a March 2020 special session calling to declare a state public health emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic in Georgia, Gurtler was the sole House member to vote “no”; the measure passed 142–1. During the crisis, Gurtler also called for laws requiring a permit to carry a concealed weapon to be suspended, so that persons in Georgia would be entitled to carry weapons (either concealed or openly) without a license.

He is seeking the Republican nomination in Georgia’s 9th congressional district for the 2020 election.

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