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Dale Rutledge For State House – Vote Early!

There's no need to wait until November 6th to cast your vote in the General Election. Participate in early voting through November 2nd! Early Voting Instructions -Log into you My Voter Page with your name, county, and date of birth. Your voter page contains helpful information including sample ballots, who your elected officials are, and absentee ballot applications. -Once you're logged into your voter page, you'll have access to your early and municipal voting locations. Select "Click Here for Early ...
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Dale Rutledge District 109

Dale For State House – My Campaign Points

As the District 109 State Representative, my goals continue to align with supporting smaller government, less business regulation, lower taxes, and responsible spending of your tax dollars. Here's a closer look at what I've accomplished during my time in the Georgia House and what my goals are for the future of Georgia. A Strong Economy - job creation & limited gov't -Georgia is yet again the best place to do business for 5 years running. More Georgians are working today ...
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Vote Dale Rutledge in the November Election!

I am seeking re-election to continue representing District 109 in the Georgia House. Are you registered to vote? The registration deadline is on October 9th. I encourage you to take a few minutes and register to ensure that you have a say in this upcoming election. I am grateful for the support that I received last May in the Primary Election . . . I'll need you continued support if I am to advance the state of Georgia and its citizens! ...
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2018 Legislative Session – Week 12 Update

This is my final blog update on the 2018 Legislative session! On Tuesday, March 27th, the House met for the 12 and final week of the 40 day session. We completed the last day of session, or “Sine Die,” on March 29th. Last week consisted of busy, late nights as my colleagues and I strived to complete our work. In this blog post, I’ll share some of the bills we were able to pass. Protecting Victims’ Rights Last week, the ...
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2018 Legislative Session – Week 11 Update

My colleagues and I began the 11th week of this year’s legislative session on Monday, March 19th at the Capitol. With the finish line in sight, we are working towards passing key bills and resolutions before adjourning this 40-day session on March 29th.  In this blog post, I’ll share some of the bills we were able to pass. A Response to School Violence On Monday, the House unanimously adopted House Resolution 1414. This resolution would create the House Study Committee ...
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2018 Legislative Session – Week 10 Update

My colleagues and I reconvened for the 10th week of session on Monday, March 12th. There are only a few working days left in this year’s session, so the House is busy with committee meetings and passing Senate measures. In this blog post, I’ll share some of the bills we were able to pass. Senate Bill 357 - The Health Act In order to improve our state’s healthcare policies, the house passed Senate Bill 357—”The Health Act.” This bill would ...
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