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Ga Gains House Seat
Tuesday, 21 December 2010

December 21-- Governnor-elect Nathan Deal today welcomed the Census Bureau news that Georgia will gain a 14th House seat this year as we head into a crucial redistricting year.

 

"Today's announcement reinforces my belief that Georgia remains one of the greatest destinations for Americans looking for great opportunity and a high quality of life," said Deal. "As our state continues to grow, so does our influence and stature on the national stage. I think it will serve our nation well to have another Georgian in the House. It will serve our state well to add to our clout in the Electoral College."

 

In late summer 2011, the General Assembly will reconvene in a special session called by Gov. Deal to redraw districts for the state House, state Senate and Georgia's congressional seats.

 
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