Patrick J. Witt is running to serve as Georgia Insurance Commissioner. He is the only candidate in the race endorsed by President Donald Trump.
Under President Trump’s leadership, Patrick served as Deputy Chief of Staff and Acting Chief of Staff of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), where he helped advance Trump’s America First agenda. At OPM, Patrick spearheaded the implementation of executive orders aimed at draining the DC swamp and combating Critical Race Theory.
In the role, Patrick also led a team working to negotiate lower insurance premiums for nine million Americans under federal government employee healthcare plans.
In the wake of the November 2020 election, Patrick served as a member of President Trump’s official legal team. Patrick’s voter data analysis uncovered tens of thousands of illegally cast votes and revealed dozens of violations of the Georgia Election Code by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and county officials.
Prior to federal service, Patrick graduated from Harvard Law School with honors and led a successful business career.
A second-generation Georgian, Patrick and his older brother, Jeff, were both starting quarterbacks for Parkview High School under legendary football coach, Cecil Flowe. Patrick went on to play college football at Yale University, where he was a three-year starter.
At Yale, Patrick broke nearly every major passing record in school history and was invited to the NFL Combine. After graduation, Patrick spent time with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints.
In his senior year, Patrick went toe-to-toe with the radical Left when the New York Times tried to destroy his career by spreading a false accusation about him. Patrick fought back and has become a leading voice speaking out against cancel culture and the dangers of undermining our constitutional due process rights.
Patrick is a proud uncle and godfather to Joan, Kirby, and Grace.