Buzz Brockway is the representative for the 102nd District in Gwinnett County which covers parts of Lawrenceville and Suwanee. He has lived in Lawrenceville since 1976. He graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1990 with a Bachelors of Science in Management Science with a certificate in Economics. He worked as an operations manager in the plastics manufacturing industry for over 20 years before he and his wife started their own business in 2005.

Buzz has spent the last 20 years fighting for conservative causes.

Buzz began his career in politics working with his local GOP.

Behind the scenes he became active in grassroots campaigns, (he knows what it takes to win). He worked tirelessly as a campaign manager, a writer and eventually became Chairman of the Party.

In 2010 he decided to put his money where his mouth was and decided to make a difference at the state Capitol. After a successful campaign, Buzz made a name for himself by being one of the most conservative members of the Georgia Legislature, proven by his voting record.

In 2017, Buzz set his sights on Secretary of State of Georgia.

On March 5th, 2018, again Buzz put his name on the line and qualified for Secretary of State.

ā€œIā€™m running for Secretary of State because I want Georgia to have the best elections system, and be the easiest place to do business in America. With this goal in mind, I humbly ask for your vote and more importantly your prayers.ā€ Buzz Brockway

In 1993 he married Christa and they have 3 daughters, Elizabeth Hope, Grace Kathryn and Emily Joy. They attend Victory @ Hamilton Mill Church in Buford. Buzz has always been active in his Church and is currently on the offering counting team, greeting team, and along with Christa, leads a Married Life small group. He currently serves on the Board of Life Renewed, a nonprofit organization which helps veterans.

Since he was elected to the legislature in 2010, he has worked on legislation to fight human trafficking, reform election law, protect student data privacy, and allow college students to protect themselves with stun guns on campus.