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March 12, 2014ROSWELL, Ga. — U.S. Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., has announced he will run for re-election to represent the 6th District of Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives.
"The 6th District of Georgia is full of hardworking families living in communities that represent the very best America has to offer boundless potential, innovative leadership and a strong devotion to service," Price said.
The state and the nation face many challenges, but, there are opportunities to "find real, positive solutions to those challenges," he said.
Price wants to find solutions "that speak to the unique character of our nation that protect and promote a respect for individual freedom."
Price said there are competing visions for the future that demand attention.
"There's a health care law that's causing real harm to real people, a mounting debt and broken tax code. Foreign policy is devoid of American leadership, and an out-of-control regulatory environment emanates from Washington," he said.
Price is committed to continue being a part of that fight for positive solutions to work to help grow the economy, restore American leadership and ensure those who are struggling are able to find success and security.
An orthopaedic surgeon, Price cared for patients in the metro Atlanta area for more than 20 years. He and his wife Dr. Elizabeth "Betty" Price live in Roswell.