UGA alum to step down as Governor’s Chief of Staff

Fleming has been longtime aide to Kemp

Tim Fleming is stepping down as Chief of Staff to Governor Brian Kemp. He will be replaced on interim basis by Caylee Noggle.

From Greg Bluestein, AJC…

He first met Kemp while a sophomore at the University of Georgia in 2002 while volunteering for his upstart state Senate campaign. Two years later, he worked for Kemp’s re-election campaign and interned for him at the statehouse.

After Fleming graduated in 2005, he ran Kemp’s unsuccessful statewide campaign for agriculture commissioner. He later served as Kemp’s campaign chief for his 2010 bid for a full term as secretary of state, and worked several roles in the office after the Republican’s victory.

As Kemp’s campaign manager in 2018, he honed a reputation as an efficient multi-tasker who oversaw an underdog bid for governor on a shoestring budget that morphed into a $22 million operation. Kemp made Fleming his first hire two days after the election – even as ballots were still being tallied. Read more…

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