Upon the new map’s approval by the General Assembly, Sen. Loudermilk’s district would include areas of his home area and eastward. It also will be renumbered, the 14th Senate District. Although this means he will represent some new constituents, he said he looks forward to meeting and learning more about all those that he will be blessed to serve. Sen. Loudermilk said the new districts are what is best for the citizens of northwest Georgia and the new plan prevents communities that were not already split from being split under a new plan.
“The borders of my district may change, but my resolve to work for Georgia and for the benefit of my constituents has not changed,” Sen. Loudermilk said. “I am confident the constituents of the new 52nd District will continue to receive excellent representation from my peers in the Senate when the new Districts are in place. I pledge to the 14th District, to continue to represent our northwest Georgia conservative values of faith, family, and freedom, and to serve all my constituents to the best of my ability. ”
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