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Rep.-elect Andrew Clyde got a bill passed into law before he even ran for Congress

Rep.-elect Andrew Clyde is returning to Capitol Hill, five years after he testified before the House Ways and Means Committee about legislation to keep the IRS from raiding small-business bank accounts. The bill eventually was passed into law by the 116th Congress.

Now, the Georgia Republican is hoping to use that experience as a lawmaker.

“I decided if one man can make a difference as an individual, then maybe I can do even more as an actual elected representative,” Clyde said in an interview with CQ Roll Call.

See the video for more on Clyde’s path to Georgia’s 9th District seat.

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(Thumbnail photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images)

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