Bryce Johnson is currently the Assistant Solicitor-General of Tift County and formerly served as Solicitor for the cities of Cecil, Cordele, Doerun, Lenox, Sparks, and Norman Park. In addition to being a prosecutor in felony, misdemeanor and juvenile courts, Bryce was elected Solicitor-General of Worth County in 2008, defeating a three-term incumbent. In this role, he prosecuted on behalf of Worth County citizens and managed the office budget; he also worked with the county commission, and managed assistant lawyers and office staff.
Bryce has served on the Executive Board of the Georgia Association of Solicitors General, is a part-time History/Political Science instructor at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton and is co-host of the Chick-fil-A Football Friday Night radio show heard on several stations in South Georgia.
A life-long interest in public service started when Bryce was a teenager. He held the position of Chairman of the Worth County GOP from 1995 – 1999; was a member of the Georgia Republican Party State Committee from 1995 – 2009, and served as Second Congressional District Chairman from 2002-2003. Bryce has worked as a staffer on four Congressional campaigns, served as local chairman for Bush-Cheney 2000 and 2004, volunteered for numerous local campaigns, and served as General Consultant to former State Senator Joseph Carter’s campaigns in 2004 and 2006 and to Superior Court Judge Heather Lanier’s campaign in 2016.
Bryce, his wife Erika and son Will, reside in Tifton, Georgia where they are members of the First United Methodist Church. Bryce has taught the Genesis Sunday School class, has served as the Chairman of the Church Council, on the Board of Trustees, and is currently on the Staff Parish Relations Committee. He is a past member of the Board of Directors for Ruth’s Cottage and the Patticake House, an organization providing services to women and children escaping or dealing with abusive environments. He has also served on the Board of Directors for Lifehouse Ministries, a charity that provides parenting and support to mothers in need.
Bryce received a BA in History from Brewton-Parker College in 1995, MA in History from Valdosta State University in 1998, and Juris Doctorate in Law from Mercer University School of Law in 2004.