Archive for the ‘Valencia Seay’ Category

Sen. Unterman Hosts Press Conference to Announce Dental Hygienist Legislation

4q8a9628cropATLANTA (December 20, 2016) | Sen. Renee Unterman (R– Buford), along with Sen. Valencia Seay (D – Riverdale) and Rep. Sharon Cooper (R – Marietta), hosted a press conference to discuss the filing of dental hygienist legislation. (more…)

Sen. Valencia Seay Receives 2015 Award for Legislative Advocacy from the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council

ATLANTA (November 5, 2015) | Last week, State Senator Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) was awarded the 2015 Award for Legislative Advocacy by the Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council (GHRAC). She was chosen for this distinguished honor in recognition of Senate Bill 274, which promotes the history of Georgia agriculture within the Capitol Museum at the Georgia State Capitol. (more…)

Sen. Valencia Seay Holds Commemorative Ceremony Honoring Georgia’s Vietnam War Veterans

102815_Seay_Vietnam Vet CeremonyATLANTA (October 28, 2015) | State Senator Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) recently held a commemorative ceremony to honor Georgia’s Vietnam War veterans residing in Senate District 34 at Lakewin Christian Center International. Distinguished service members were awarded the Vietnam Certificate of Honor, a program created by The Georgia Department of Veterans Service in partnership with the Office of Governor Nathan Deal in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War. (more…)

Sen. Valencia Seay Urges Congress to Rename Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala.

Sen. Valencia Seay

Sen. Valencia Seay

ATLANTA (March 19, 2015) | State Senator Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) recently sponsored Senate Resolution 453 which calls on the United States’ Congress to rename the Edmund Pettus bridge as the Edmund Pettus-John Lewis Bridge. (more…)

Sen. Valencia Seay Honors Constituent with Women’s Caucus 2015 ‘Servant Leadership Award’

SeayATLANTA (March 16, 2015) | State Senator Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale) recently presented Tish Naghise, resident of Fayette County, with the Women’s Legislative Caucus 2015 ‘Servant Leadership Award.’ (more…)