Chatham County political activist Jeanne Seaver is throwing her hat in the ring to become Georgia’s next Lt. Governor, according to an announcement issued on Feb. 25 by Seaver’s campaign.
“Georgians deserve representatives who put the interest of the people first and push partisan politics to the back burner,” Seaver stated, citing her being “disheartened with the failed leadership in the Lieutenant Governor’s office” as a primary motivation to run for the seat currently held by Republican Geoff Duncan.
An outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, Seaver leads the Savannah-based Stand Up, Lead or Shut Up organization of “patriots that love America and all the freedoms it has to offer,” according to the organization’s website.
Seaver is a legal administrator and comptroller who was a former employee of attorney F. Lee Bailey, and she has served as a child advocate for the Savannah/Chatham County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program, and is also a member of the Exchange Club of Savannah, according to her campaign website.
“I understand the needs of Georgians and promise to work with the leaders of Georgia to increase everyone’s opportunities for success,” Seaver stated.