Federal Task Force January 22, 2018 – US Congresswoman Karen Handel

The GTP Federal Task Force Welcomes back

6th US House District Representative Karen Handel back with a Washington Update

Representative Handel will recap significant GOP legislative accomplishments during the past session and address important measures the House is expected to take up in 2018.  You can also anticipate more of her penetrating insights on the process and players in the peoples’ house.

Karen Christine Handel is an American businesswoman, politician, and member of the United States House of Representatives for Georgia’s 6th congressional district. In 2017, she became the first Republican woman to be elected to the U.S. Congress from Georgia after defeating Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff on June 20 in the 2017 special election to fill the vacancy in Georgia’s 6th congressional district in the most expensive congressional race in American history.

Handel previously served as the 26th Secretary of State of Georgia. A member of the Republican Party, Handel worked in business before entering politics. First elected in 2003, she chaired the Fulton County Board of Commissioners until 2006, and then was elected and served as Georgia’s Secretary of State from 2007 to 2010.

 We meet at 799 Roswell Street, Marietta (Cobb County GOP HQ – 2 blocks west of the Big Chicken).

We begin at 7:00pm.

Please RSVP Ronny West or Jim Jess

To be on the Federal Task Force invitation list, contact: Ronny West or Jim Jess

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