Chris West is a Christian, father, husband and lifelong South Georgian. He is currently General Counsel for Teramore Development, a local real estate development company. Throughout his career, Chris has helped complete over 150 projects
throughout South Georgia, creating more than 1,500 jobs. In addition to his day job, Chris serves as an Executive Officer in the Georgia Air National Guard’s 116th Mission Support Group at Robins Air Force Base. Chris also serves on the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia and has been a grassroots leader and volunteer
A member of the Georgia Republican Party since 2004. He is very active in his community and serves on the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Moultrie, United Way of Colquitt County, and is a youth football coach for the Thomasville YMCA.

“As an Air Force officer, job creator and advocate for President Trump’s America First agenda, I’m running for Congress in Georgia’s 2nd congressional district because it’s time to change the crops,” West said. “Unfortunately too many today
aloof politicians spend decades in office enriching themselves while hard-working Americans foot the bill. Illegal immigrants are flooding our southern border, inflation is crushing working class families, gas prices are soaring – and sadly, Sanford Bishop is nowhere to be found. I’ve spent my career creating
Creating jobs, serving my country and delivering results for communities across South Georgia – and I will bring that same energy and determination to Washington to make a difference for families in Southwest Georgia. Southwest Georgia deserves a political outsider job
A creator and problem solver who will stand up to federal government hyperbole, get our economy back on track, and deliver real results — and I’d be honored to have your vote,” West said. Chris’s family owns and operates a third generation farming business in South Georgia. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Valdosta State
University and his law degree from Faulkner University. “Growing up in an agribusiness family, working as a farm hand, and graduating from college at a local paint shop, I learned a lot about what it takes to get the job done. Through hard work and God’s grace I have been blessed with a great career. I am ready to deliver results and bring determination as I serve Southwest Georgia in Congress.” Chris and his wife Jenny — a former Grady County School teacher — live with their children Preston, Presley, and Paisley in Thomasville, where they are members are of the First Baptist Church of Thomasville.
The primaries will take place on May 24th.