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Senate Chairman for the 154th Georgia General Assembly

ATLANTA (January 10, 2017)  |  The Senate Committee on Assignments has announced the full list of standing committee chairman for the first session of the 154th Georgia General Assembly: (more…)

Sen. Frank Ginn Receives “Champion of Georgia’s Cities” Award

ATLANTA (April 8, 2016)  |  Sen. Frank Ginn (R – Danielsville) received a “Champion of Georgia’s Cities” award from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) for his work during the 2015 – 2016 legislative sessions. The award was presented to Sen. Ginn during the Auburn City Council meeting on Thursday, April 7. State legislators who most actively support GMA’s initiatives and goals are given this award at the end of every two-year legislative term. (more…)

Senate Committee on Assignments Announces New Chairmanships

ATLANTA (December 8, 2015)  |  The Senate Committee on Assignments has announced changes to its list of standing committee chairs and vice chairs for the second session of the 153rd Georgia General Assembly: (more…)

Sen. Frank Ginn and Mayor Nancy Denson Honor Willie “W.C.” Bolton on the Occasion of His Retirement with Senate Resolution 77

Frank GinnATLANTA (March 19, 2015)  |   Sen. Frank Ginn (R – Danielsville), Athens Mayor Nancy Denson, and the entire board honored the retirement of Willie “W.C.” Bolton with the presentation of Senate Resolution 77 on Tuesday, March 17. Mayor Denson presented Mr. Bolton with a treasured key to the City of Athens for his dedicated and meritorious service.  The presentation was held at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center Northeast Board Meeting in Athens. Bolton served for 42 years in law enforcement, including time spent as a deputy sheriff and working multiple positions in government associations. (more…)

Students from The Lighthouse School Visit the Capitol

ginnATLANTA (January 21, 2014) | Senator Frank Ginn (R – Danielsville) welcomed students from The Lighthouse School to the Capitol on Wednesday, January 15. (more…)