Senator John Albers

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Welcome, it is my sincere pleasure to serve the families of Cobb, Cherokee, North Fulton County and the State of Georgia. As your Georgia Senator, I am working tirelessly to support my constituents and the people of Georgia. I have strong conservative values and a business approach to government. I look forward to hearing from you.

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NEWS:

Summer 2022 Newsletter

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

We are halfway through 2022 and it is good to see normalcy return after the pandemic. We are blessed to live in Georgia and I am very proud of Governor Brian Kemp and my fellow legislators for our proactive work to stay the #1 place to live, work, play and raise a family.

Recently, House Bill 275, sponsored in the Senate by Senator John Albers (R – Roswell), known as the “Giving the Gift of Life Act,” was officially signed by Governor Brian Kemp. “Many families in Georgia have experienced the difficult decision to either donate potentially life-saving organs or risk losing their insurance coverage,” said Sen. Albers. […]

May 2022 Newsletter

Monday, May 02, 2022

Early voting for the primary election starts today…

April 2022 Newsletter

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Senator Albers provides a recap of the 2022 session which adjourned “Sine Die” on April 4, 2022.

Last Friday, Senator John Albers secured the Republican nomination for State Senate District 56.

March 2022 Newsletter

Monday, March 07, 2022

Senator John Albers presents this newsletter covering the 2022 legislative session current in process.

Senator John Albers represents the 56th District, which includes portions of Cherokee, Cobb and Fulton Counties, including the communities of Holly Springs, Mountain Park, Roswell and Woodstock. He serves as chairman of the Public Safety committee, Vice Chairman of Finance, and subcommittee chair of the Appropriations committee. He is also a member of the Rules, Regulated Industries, and Education committees. Senator Albers is a member of the Senate leadership serving as the Chief Deputy Whip.

Senator John Albers on porch