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by WHITLEY CLIFTON A fundraising campaign event welcoming U.S. Senate Republican Candidate Herschel Walker to Emanuel County took place Thursday, August 18. The event was held at The Barn on … more
We are in an official recession and in May 2021, I wrote an article titled, “Democrats Recession Looming” after Biden and the Democrats had “enacted policies (out of control spending) that were … more
Sen. Max Burns (R – Sylvania) has been appointed by Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan to serve as Chairman of the Senate Development Authorities and Downtown Development Authorities Study … more
Georgia’s primary runoff election is today! At a local level, one runoff election is at stake in deciding which republican candidate, James Ray Canady (I) or Timothy Oliver, will remain on the … more

Dear Friend, I hope you and your family had a blessed Palm Sunday and are preparing for a wonderful Easter Weekend. It is such an incredible honor to represent District 4 in the State Senate, and … more
by REPRESENTATIVE BUTCH PARRISH, STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 158 On Monday, April 4, the 2022 legislative session came to an end as the House and Senate completed the 40th and final day of session, … more
by WHITLEY CLIFTON A Meet and Greet event with U.S. Senate Candidate Gary Black was held at 9:30 a.m. at the fountain in Downtown Swainsboro last week. The hour-long event began at 9:30 a.m. and … more
by WHITLEY CLIFTON Members of Swainsboro City Council and Mayor Greg Bennett met for their regular scheduled meeting on Monday, April 4, at 6 p.m. at Swainsboro City Hall. Mayor Bennett called the … more
by Butch Parrish, State Representative State House District 158 Legislative week in review Members of the Georgia General Assembly returned to the State Capitol for our last full week of the … more

by REPRESENTATIVE BUTCH PARRISH, STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 158 Legislative Week in Review The Georgia General Assembly resumed its legislative business on Monday, March 21. Now that we have … more
Legislative Week in Review The Georgia House of Representatives reconvened for Legislative Day 28, otherwise known as Crossover Day, on Tuesday, March 15, 2022. Crossover Day is always one of the … more
Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp formally endorsed John King for Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner on Monday, March 14. “General John King has faithfully served our state and nation as a … more
Legislative week in review On Tuesday, March 8, I returned to the Georgia State Capitol for another eventful week of the 2022 legislative session. The Crossover Day deadline is approaching in a … more
by Brittany Hall Throughout history, many courageous canines have accompanied their owners through the worst of times. Fearlessly following their handlers into war, comforting them through … more

"I ran for Senate on the promise to use my business experience and conservative values to put the hardworking folks in our district first – ahead of Atlanta and the special interests," Said Billy … more
A crowd of several hundred joined Georgia Governor Brain Kemp this past Friday as he once again visited Emanuel County to provide an update on issues in Atlanta and across the state. Under picture … more
Legislative week in review The Georgia House of Representatives reconvened for another impactful week of legislating on Monday, February 28. The House had a full schedule all week, and we are … more
On Tuesday, February 22, the Georgia House of Representatives reconvened for a short albeit productive seventh week of the 2022 legislative session. We hunkered down and made the most of two session … more
The House of Representatives returned for the sixth week of the 2022 legislative session on Monday, February 14, 2022. From economic development to protecting our natural environment, my colleagues … more

Dear Friend, This upcoming Tuesday will be the 19th day of the Legislative Session which means we are nearly halfway through. Last week alone, the Senate passed 15 bills and resolutions. When I … more
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