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Diana Williams

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Diana Williams
Candidate for
Georgia State Senate, District 43

Political party Republican
Website Campaign website
Diana Williams was a Republican candidate for District 43 of the Georgia State Senate. The primary election was on July 20, 2010 and the general election was on November 2, 2010.



See also: Georgia State Senate elections, 2010

Williams was unopposed in the July 20 primary.[1]

Georgia State Senate, District 43 - Republican Primary (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Diana Williams 3,887 100.0%

William lost in the November 2 general election to Democratic incumbent Ronald Ramsey.[2]

Campaign themes

On her campaign website, Williams lists six issues she is concerned about.[3] They are:

  • Fiscal Responsibility
Excerpt: "The answer is not raising taxes, but cutting wasteful spending while having an efficient, well executed budget. You and I have to “live within our means” — government should be no different."
  • Economy
Excerpt: "The key to economic and job growth is removing government imposed barriers that impede or prevent business and industry from conducting business."
  • 2nd Amendment
Excerpt: "I personally own firearms and hold a Georgia Firearms License. I will never vote to restrict your right to carry and I fully support HB 615."
  • States Rights
Excerpt: "The 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution reserves to states all authority not specifically given to the Federal government. Unfortunately, the state of Georgia has given up a vast majority of their duties and responsibilities to the federal government."
  • Education
Excerpt: "School choice was a must. Moreover, we must instill a love of learning in our future leaders, instead of “teaching to tests” to mask the problem. Local control of our schools is paramount."
  • Charity
Excerpt: "‘Charity was a pure love of Christ.’ It is our responsibility as individuals, families and churches – not the government."

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