Georgia's Economy

Before 2019 State Vote

Your state legislature's vote will directly impact the economic prosperity of Georgia and your wallet.

Your state representative also votes on GA tax code.  The growing film and entertainment industry has decided to stop productions because of the bill Republican lawmakers recently passed.

The bill takes away a woman's right to choose what happens to her body.

Georgia's Economy

After 2019 State Vote

Georgians stand to lose the edge we've gained as the new Hollywood of the South.

As your next State Representative, I will ensure we put constitutional amendments on the ballot.

According to the official Georgia Code, O.C.G.A. § 1-2-6-a-2, the rights of citizens include, without limitation, the following: The right of personal liberty.


Educating Youth & Unemployed Adults

We are known by progressive leaders to be in the 4th industrial revolution, Industry 4.0. As Bernard Marr, from Forbes Billionaires states, "It’s quite different than the three Industrial Revolutions that preceded it—steam and water power, electricity and assembly lines, and computerization—because it will even challenge our ideas about what it means to be human."

Industry 4.0 was coined by Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic ForumAs human jobs are replaced with artificial intelligence, Georgia will not be able to keep up with the demand. We will be dependent on international students to match our supply demands.

How do we fix this?  How do create a diverse workforce?  We need to revolutionize the current Georgia teaching curriculum.  Urban and rural schools are not performing at minimal standards, nor does the administration have the resources to combat the primary challenges students face.

When a child leaves school in these communities, many times they go home to homelessness, poverty, human trafficking, parents with mental health issues, unstable housing in communities of blight, taking care of siblings while parents work, sick parents or grandparents, insufficient healthy food choices, violence, or simply boredom.

District 56 is home to several colleges and universities, including Georgia Institute for Technology.  The latest Civic Report, Rethinking Education examines solutions to America's growing problem.  In addition, Harvard Business School cites how to make America more competitive for the future.



🇺🇸 Forget the idealisms and segregational thoughts of yesterday 🇺🇸

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