Entries by Matthew for Georgia

Sine Die wrap-up

The 2020 legislative session officially ended around 10:30 Friday night. This session was like none we’ve seen in a long time. Below, I’ve provided an update on key issues on which many of you have reached out to me about. HB 426: Hate-Crimes Legislation Friday was a bittersweet day. I joined Governor Kemp and many […]

June 4th, 2020 Update: Happening in the Next 5 Days

There’s a lot going on right now. But there are a few things happening in the next week that I wanted to flag for you. BROOKHAVEN #BlackLivesMatter RALLY TOMORROW There is so much work we have to do to make our country a more just place for Black Americans. It can be overwhelming to know […]

COVID-19 Update (May 2, 2020)

As I’m sure you’ve heard, Governor Kemp has begun to lift statewide restrictions. To be clear: I strongly disagree with his actions to “reopen” the state before the public health experts say we are ready. While I continue to express my concerns––and yours––to Governor Kemp and his staff, I remain committed to keeping you updated […]

Fulton County Voter Guide: June 9, 2020

You may be slightly confused about the constant-evolving nature of Georgia’s June 9th election. Don’t worry––we have you covered! Keep reading to learn everything you need to know to protect your right to vote: the WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and HOW (we assume you already understand the importance of WHY). Still have questions? Give Matthew […]

DeKalb County Voter Guide: June 9, 2020

You may be slightly confused about the constant-evolving nature of Georgia’s June 9th election. Don’t worry––we have you covered! Keep reading to learn everything you need to know to protect your right to vote: the WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and HOW (we assume you already understand the importance of WHY). Still have questions? Give Matthew […]