# GAGOP Leaders

## Constitutional Officers

#### Brian Kemp

Governor

#### Geoff Duncan

Lieutenant Governor

#### Chris Carr

Attorney General

#### Brad Raffensperger

Secretary of State

#### Gary Black

Commissioner of Agriculture

#### Mark Butler

Commissioner of Labor

#### John King

Acting Commissioner of Insurance

#### Richard Woods

School Superintendent

#### Jason Shaw

District 1 Public Service Commissioner

#### Tim Echols

District 2 Pubic Service Commissioner

#### Chuck Eaton

District 3 Public Service Commissioner

#### Lauren "Bubba" McDonald

District 4 Public Service Commissioner

#### Tricia Pridemore

District 5 Public Service Commissioner

## U.S. Congress

#### Buddy Carter

U.S. Representative (R-1)

#### Austin Scott

U.S. Representative (R-8)

#### Jody Hice

U.S. Representative (R- 10)

#### Barry Loudermilk

U.S. Representative (R-11)

#### Rick Allen

U.S. Representative (R-12)

#### Marjorie Taylor Greene

U.S. Representative (R-14)

## State Senate

#### President Pro Tempore Butch Miller

President Pro Tempore (R-49)

#### Mike Dugan

Majority Leader (R-30)

#### Steve Gooch

Majority Whip (R-51)

#### John F. Kennedy

Majority Caucus Chair (R-18)

#### Larry Walker III

Majority Caucus Vice Chair (R-20)

Ben Watson (R-1), Savannah

Sheila McNeill (R-3), Brunswick

Billy Hickman (R-4), Statesboro

Tyler Harper (R-7), Ocilla

Russ Goodman (R-8), Cogdell

Dean Burke (R-11), Bainbridge

Carden Summers (R-13), Cordele

Bruce Thompson (R-14), White

Marty Harbin (R-16), Tyrone

Brian Strickland (R-17), McDonough

John Kennedy (R-18), Macon

Blake Tillery (R-19), Vidalia

Larry Walker III (R-20), Perry

Brandon Beach (R-21), Alpharetta

Max Burns (R-23), Sylvania

Lee Anderson (R-24), Grovetown

Burt Jones (R-25), Jackson

Greg Dolezal (R-27), Cumming

Matt Brass (R-28), Newnan

Randy Robertson (R-29), Cataula

Mike Dugan (R-30), Carrollton

Jason Anavitarte (R-31), Dallas

Kay Kirkpatrick (R-32), Marietta

Lindsey Tippins (R-37), Marietta

Clint Dixon (R-45), Gwinnett

Bill Cowsert (R-46), Athens

Frank Ginn (R-47), Danielsville

Butch Miller (R-49), Gainesville

Bo Hatchett (R-50), Cornelia

Steve Gooch (R-51), Dahlonega

Chuck Hufstetler (R-52), Rome

Jeff Mullis (R-53), Chickamauga

Chuck Payne (R-54), Dalton

John Albers (R-56), Roswell

## State House

#### Speaker David Ralston

Representative (R-7)

#### Speaker Pro Tempore Jan Jones

Representative (R-47)

#### Majority Leader Jon Burns

Representative (R-159)

#### Majority Whip Trey Kelley

Representative (R-16)

#### Majority Caucus Chairman Matt Hatchett

Representative (R-150)

#### Majority Caucus Vice-Chairman Micah Gravley

Representative (R-67)

#### Majority Caucus Secretary/Treasurer Bruce Williamson

Representative (R-115)

#### Majority Caucus Chief Deputy Whip Mark Newton

Representative (R-123)

Colton Moore (R-1), Trenton

Steve Tarvin (R-2), Chickamauga

Dewayne Hill (R-3), Ringgold

Kasey Carpenter (R-4), Dalton

Matt Barton (R-5), Calhoun

Jason Ridley (R-6), Chatsworth

David Ralston (R-7), Blue Ridge

Stan Gunter (R-8), Blairsville

Will Wade (R-9), Dawsonville

Victor Anderson (R-10), Cornelia

Rick Jasperse (R-11), Jasper

Eddie Lumsden (R-12), Armuchee

Katie Dempsey (R-13), Rome

Mitchell Scoggins (R-14), Cartersville

Matthew Gambill (R-15), Cartersville

Trey Kelley (R-16), Cedartown

Martin Momtahan (R-17), Dallas

Tyler Paul Smith (R-18), Bremen

Joseph Gullett (R-19), Dallas

Brad Thomas (R-21), Holly Springs

Wes Cantrell (R-22), Woodstock

Mandi Ballinger (R-23), Canton

Sheri Gilligan (R-24), Cumming

Todd Jones (R-25), South Forsyth

Lauren McDonald (R-26), Cumming

Lee Hawkins (R-27), Gainesville

Chris Erwin (R-28), Homer

Matt Dubnik (R-29), Gainesville

Emory Dunahoo (R-30), Gillsville

Tommy Benton (R-31), Jefferson

Alan Powell (R-32), Hartwell

Rob Leverett (R-33), Elberton

Bert Reeves (R-34), Marietta

Ed Setzler (R-35), Acworth

Ginny Ehrhart (R-36), Powder Springs

Sharon Cooper (R-43), Marietta

Don Parsons (R-44), Marietta

Matt Dollar (R-45), Marietta

John Carson (R-46), Marietta

Jan Jones (R-47), Milton

Chuck Martin (R-49), Alpharetta

Micah Gravley (R-67), Douglasville

J. Collins (R-68), Villa Rica

Randy Nix (R-69), LaGrange

Lynn Smith (R-70), Newnan

Philip Singleton (R-71), Sharpsburg

Josh Bonner (R-72), Fayetteville

Karen Mathiak (R-73), Griffin

Bonnie Rich (R-97), Suwanee

David Clark (R-98), Buford

Timothy Barr (R-103), Lawrenceville

Chuck Efstration (R-104), Dacula

Clint Crowe (R-110), Jackson

Dave Belton (R-112), Buckhead

Tom Kirby (R-114), Loganville

Bruce Williamson (R-115), Monroe

Terry England (R-116), Auburn

Houston Gaines (R-117), Athens

Marcus Wiedower (R-119), Watkinsville

Trey Rhodes (R-120), Greensboro

Barry Fleming (R-121), Harlem

Jodi Lott (R-122), Evans

Mark Newton (R-123), Augusta

Susan Holmes (R-129), Monticello

David Knight (R-130), Griffin

Beth Camp (R-131), Concord

David Jenkins (R-132), Grantville

Vance Smith (R-133), Pine Mountain

Richard H. Smith (R-134), Columbus

Mike Cheokas (R-138), Americus

Robert Dickey (R-140), Musella

Dale Washburn (R-141), Macon

Danny Mathis (R-144), Cochran

Rick Williams (R-145), Milledgeville

Shaw Blackmon (R-146), Bonaire

Heath Clark (R-147), Warner Robins

Noel Williams (R-148), Cordele

Jimmy Pruett (R-149), Eastman

Matt Hatchett (R-150), Dublin

Gerald Greene (R-151), Cuthbert

Bill Yearta (R-152), Sylvester

Clay Pirkle (R-155), Ashburn

Greg Morris (R-156), Vidalia

Bill Werkheiser (R-157), Glennville

Butch Parrish (R-158), Swainsboro

Jon G. Burns (R-159), Newington

Jan Tankersley (R-160), Brooklet

Bill Hitchens (R-161), Rincon

Ron Stephens (R-164), Savannah

Jesse Petrea (R-166), Savannah

Buddy DeLoach (R-167), Townsend

Dominic LaRiccia (R-169), Douglas

Penny Houston (R-170), Nashville

Joe Campbell (R-171), Camilla

Sam Watson (R-172), Moultrie

Darlene Taylor (R-173), Thomasville

John Corbett (R-174), Lake Park

John LaHood (R-175), Valdosta

James Burchett (R-176), Waycross

Steven Meeks (R-178), Screven

Don Hogan (R-179), St. Simon’s Island

Steven Sainz (R-180), Woodbine