ATLANTA (January 31, 2013) – Sen. Ronald Ramsey (D-Lithonia) has been elected Chairman of the DeKalb County Senate Delegation. The Senate delegation will play an integral role in the decision-making process when determining what local legislation goes forward for a vote in the Senate Chamber.
“I look forward to working more collaboratively with the members of the Senate delegation as well as House Chairman Howard Mosby and the members of the House delegation,” said Sen. Ramsey. “I remain devoted to serving each and every constituent of DeKalb County and addressing their needs and concerns through our delegation.”
Sen. Jason Carter (D-Decatur) was elected Vice-Chairman and Sen. Gloria Butler (D-Stone Mountain) was elected Secretary. Sen. Ramsey has appointed Sen. Carter to serve as the Special Chair of all education related issues and concerns in DeKalb County.
The Senate delegation is made up of seven members while the House delegation is made of 16 members of the Georgia General Assembly. DeKalb delegation members will meet monthly to discuss local and statewide legislation that directly affects the residents of DeKalb County.
For Immediate Release:
January 31, 2013
For Information Contact:
Jennifer Yarber, Interim Director
Emily Williams, Communications Associate