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Hice tapped as House Freedom Caucus Communications Chair
Jody Hice
Jody Hice, a Republican from Greensboro, represents Georgia's 10th District in Congress, including eastern Newton County.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Jody Hice (R-GA) issued the following statement after being elected as the Communications Chair for the House Freedom Caucus:

“I am deeply honored that my friends and colleagues have selected me to serve as the first Communications Chair of the House Freedom Caucus,” Hice said. “As a former radio host, I am looking forward to lifting the forgotten voices of the American people and driving a conservative narrative in support of fiscal discipline, limited government, and traditional values – all with the ultimate goal of Republicans retaking the House Majority. This is especially important given the efforts of the radical left to make us a socialist country. I look forward to contrasting our message to theirs, and I am humbled by the opportunity to move our cause and our Caucus forward into the 116th Congress.”

Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH) will serve as the first Policy Chair for the Caucus.

“Jody and Warren have distinguished themselves as compelling voices within the Caucus and effective representatives of their constituents,” HFC Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) said. “These new positions will help the Caucus better navigate upcoming legislative debates, and I can’t think of anyone more deserving and capable of filling them.”