Federal funding is issued by the House committee once each fiscal year to congressional districts. Federal funds are dispersed by the congressman representing the district into city programs, services, community projects, and more. The 13th District, one of the largest districts in Georgia, has seen no improvement in the conditions of the community despite being geographically close to a bustling major city. Crime has risen, median incomes have fallen, and the schools continue to decline in quality.
Under my representation, the "reallocation" of federal resources to the incumbent's own interests, otherwise referred to as "Atlanta Politics", will be checked, and politicians profiting on the suffrage of the communities in the 13th District will be held to account. The incumbent brags about bringing $15.5B into the 13th Congressional District, which would have given every resident in the 13th District a check for over $20,000. Where did the resources go, considering there are government projects that have been sitting unfinished for years? I believe federal resources being directed into the community must reach their intended target. As your congressman, I will passionately support oversight, auditing, and accountability of federal resources coming into the 13th District.
Listen to a 60-second clip in which Caesar explains his disinterest in "Atlanta Politics" and its corruption of local communities. Many officials are funneling money into their pockets and leaving citizens to fend for themselves.