Jody Brownlow Hice was born on 22 April 1960 and is an American politician, radio show host, and political activist administering as the U.S. representative for Georgia’s 10th congressional district since 2015. He is a member of the Republican Party.
Jody Hice is a nominee in the 2022 Georgia Secretary of State election, running against an important personality Brad Raffensperger, who is a fellow Republican. Raffensperger refused to reverse the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia after former President Donald Trump and his Republican supporters, including Hice, made disproved statements of fraud. Trump ratified him after announcing his candidacy.
Jody Hice’s Net Worth
His net worth has been estimated at $1.5 Million (It may vary). His source of income is From Politics, radio show host, and as a political activist.
Jody Hice’s Physical Appearance
He is 61 years old. His eye color and hair color are dark brown and average height. His weight has not been revealed yet.
Jody Hice Personal Life
Jody Dice is married to See Dee Hice and they have two children and t happily raising them.
Jody Hice Education
Hice is a native of Atlanta He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky, a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and got a Doctor of Ministry degree from Luther Rice Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jody Hice Career
Hice was senior pastor of Bethlehem First Baptist Church in Bethlehem, Georgia till April 2010. Besides, He was a Professor of Preaching at Luther Rice Seminary and was the first vice president of the Georgia Baptist Convention from 2004 to 2005. Hice was a senior priest at The Summit Church, a Southern Baptist church, in Loganville, Georgia, from 2011 December to 2013 December, until he resigned to run for office.
He started a live radio show named Let freedom ring initially heard on WIMO 1300 AM, Bethlehem, Georgia.
Jody Hice Political Career
Hice unsuccessfully attempted the Republican nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives in Georgia’s 7th congressional district in 2010.
Georgia’s 10th Congressional District became an open seat when representative Paul Broun declared openly his proposal for the U.S. Senate in 2014.
Hice was the second to formally enter the race on 15 April 2013, illustrating government spending as his foremost question. He was shortly joined by five other candidates who were leading a seven-way primary election campaign. Hice placed first in the 20 May primaries with 34% of the vote, whereas Collins secured 33% of the vote.
Since no candidate could secure 50% of the vote, a primary two-round election was conducted between the top two candidates. The competition shortly grew violent amid the indictments of campaign signs that showed appropriation from both sides and reports showed that supporters are being tortured at debates.
Hice won the runoff with 54% of the vote. During a campaign exhibition held in October 2018 in which he occurred with Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, Hice denounced former President Barack Obama as saying, “pushed his socialist agenda” during his two terms in office. Hice instructed the small crowd to oppose the rebirth of Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterm elections, saying, “it’s time for this so-called blue wave to be body-slammed!”.
He defeated Johnson-Green in the general election.
Hice made an ineffectual criticism of the counting of Georgia’s electoral votes in January 2021. Following Georgia, Senator Kelly Loeffler also planned to object to Georgia’s electors but withdrew her objection after a violent pro-Trump mob raged in the U.S. Capitol earlier in the day. Hice had created history after becoming one of the 139 Republican representatives who choose to reverse the results of the 2020 presidential election in Congress that day.
The various committees that have been assigned to Hice are:
- Committee on Natural Resources,
- Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources and Water, Power and Oceans and also National Security.
He is Vice-Chairman of the Subcommittee on Government Operations. Being a Conservative, Hice opposes abortion. He has compared supporters of abortion rights with Adolf Hitler and said that those who support abortion rights are worse than Adolf Hitler. Hice believes that life begins at fertilization. He opposes family o supports abortion.
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