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HD 108 candidate Tokhir “T.R.” Radjabov


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Tokhir Radjabov (R-Lilburn)


District 108 (Gwinnett County)


Radjabov, a Soviet emigre making his first run for elected office, is running a largely self-financed campaign. He’s raised $11,000 while one of his businesses, RH Care in Sparta, Tenn., has loaned it more than $75,000.

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Born: 1984

Political career

  • Ran for the House in 2016, losing 53-47% to former Rep. Clay Cox.


  • Business owner.

Business ownership interests

  • President, Gamble and Acuff Enterprises LLC dba Pro Air Medical, medical supply store.
  • President, Retire at Home Senior Care LC dba RH Care
  • President, Sleep Unlimited Cookeville, sleep diagnostic center.

Other fiduciary positions

  • None disclosed.

Real estate holdings

  • Personal residence in Lilburn valued at $186,000.
  • Rental home in Anniston, Ala., valued at $60,000.
  • Office and showroom in Sparta, Tenn., valued at $237,000.

Other investments

  • None disclosed.

Payments from state agencies

  • None disclosed.

Campaign contributions

Radjabov has raised more than $11,000 in political donations and loaned his campaign more than $75,000.

  • Reported cash on hand (Oct. 2016): $21,194

Top donors

  • $1,000 Aziz Dhanani, Duluth, Ga., self-employed
  • $1,000 Mohammad Khalid, Suwanee, Ga., self-employed
  • $1,000 Southern Carpenters Regional Council

Campaign-to-campaign donations

Candidates may give campaign funds to other candidates, a practice that some say provides a legal means to circumvent contribution limits. A 2003 bill to ban such transfers altogether passed in the Senate but died in the House. Radjabov’s campaign has made no such donations.

 Updated Nov. 9, 2016





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