Proven experience. Conservative Leadership.
Lower Taxes.  Less Regulation.
Businessman. Political Outsider.

Vote Tuesday, Nov. 7th!

Conservative businessman
Political outsider

Charlie Fiveash for State Senate


SPECIAL ELECTION: Tuesday, November 7th

  • LOWER TAXES AND LESS REGULATION. A small businessman, Charlie knows that high taxes and too much regulation hurts Georgia families and small businesses.
  • REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION. Charlie will fight to bring our transportation tax dollars back to our district in order to reduce traffic congestion leading to better recruitment of high-paying jobs and an improved quality of life.
  • STRENGTHEN EDUCATION. As a father and husband of a school teacher, Charlie knows the importance of preparing our children for success with a quality education.

“As a businessman and a political outsider, I’m running because I believe that’s the type of experience and leadership we need for ideas that will bring greater prosperity to Georgia families.”
—Charlie Fiveash

New Southlake 75 Community Improvement District planned for Clayton

September 21, 2017

Efforts are underway to create another self-taxing business district in Clayton County that would be a catalyst for a much-needed facelift in the community surrounding Southlake Mall and I-75. The proposed Community Improvement District would include about 1,500 businesses in a 10- to 15-square-mile area in the northern end of the county that includes such […]

Republican Charlie Fiveash Enters State Senate Race

September 21, 2017

POLITICAL PLATTER: Republican Charlie Fiveash, a partner with the commercial real estate company Lavista Associates, is the latest candidate to enter the race for the seat soon to be vacated by state Sen. Hunter Hill, R-Smyrna. Hill announced he will resign on Sept. 15 to run for governor of Georgia. Fiveash and his wife, Lang, […]

1 more qualifies for District 6 Senate seat

September 21, 2017

The second day of qualifying in the race to fill the seat vacated by former state Sen. Hunter Hill, R-Smyrna, saw one more candidate add his name to the ballot. Republican Charlie Fiveash, a 56-year-old Atlanta businessman, qualified Sept. 14, bringing the number of candidates vying for Hill’s former Senate seat to six. Fiveash has […]