Arthur is mentioned by the AJC when he declares for office!

Arthur was mentioned in a recent article by the AJC when he officially submitted his paper work to declare for public office! Continue reading

Arthur Mentioned by the AJC

Our Campaign was recently mentioned in the AJC's Daily Politcal Blog, "The Jolt." Check out what they said below: "Arthur Tripp Jr., the former assistant to University of Georgia President Jere Morehead, is set to announce this morning for the District 45 seat -- as an independent...Unterman is a Republican, the county is quickly tilting Democratic, and Tripp is aiming for a sweet spot in between...   Continue reading

Arthur Highlighted by "The Red and Black"

Recently our campaign for State Senate District 45 was highlighted by the University of Gerogia's Student Newspaper, "The Red and Black." Here is an excerpt from the article written by Hunter Riggall: "Arthur Tripp Jr., former assistant to University of Georgia President Jere Morehead, is running as an independent in the 45th district of the Georgia State Senate. 'Today’s politicians care more about ideology than they do about people,' Tripp said in an announcement video, criticizing both parties and calling his campaign 'a breath of fresh air.'... As assistant to the president, Tripp worked in student affairs and diversity relations, as well as serving as a liaison to the Staff Council, Retirees Association and Board of Visitors. He also represented Morehead’s office at campus events.       Continue reading

Arthur Mentioned in the "Gwinnett Daily Post"

Our campaign was recently mentioned in the Gwinnett Daily Post's "Political Notebook."An except from the article, written by Curt Yeomans, is below.  "Independent declares candidacy for State Senate: Arthur Lee Tripp Jr. announced this past week that he will run for the state Senate District 45 seat which will open next year when Sen. Renee Unterman, R-Buford, runs for Congress, but there’s a twist. Tripp will not run under any political party’s banner. The Hoschton resident and Duluth High School graduate will instead run as an independent for the seat. Tripp is a former congressional staffer and recent senior administrator at the University of Georgia. 'It is clear that the politics of today has become incredibly divisive and has pit neighbor against neighbor,' Tripp said in a statement. 'Our campaign is focused on Georgians who are fed up with the state of politics and who, quite frankly, deserve a better choice.'"     Continue reading