The Clerk of the House mispronounces my name, but it was still a fun time to go to the well for the first time to present a bill. A little humor never hurts anyone, right?
On Monday, I met with Ron Stephens (R – Savannah), Chairman of the Economic Development & Tourism committee, to discuss HB 158. This bill would allow for up to two destination resorts in Georgia, and has been a hotly contested conversation topic. I wanted to meet with Chairman Stephens to […]
Many times, people have questions about their tax dollars and how they are spent. After last week’s amended FY17 budget passage, I felt compelled to provide you with the following explanation summary. As always, feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance to you. The original 2017 […]
On Monday of this week, I was honored to be the guest of the Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau and Stacey Dickson at the State of Tourism Breakfast presented by Georgia Travel Association and the Georgia Dept of Economic Development. Commissioner Pat Wilson of the Georgia Department of Economic […]
It’s hard to believe that the first week of the 2017 Legislative session is now over. What a whirlwind it was! Monday was a special day as I was officially sworn in to office. Words cannot describe the feelings I experienced as Georgia and the people of the 29th District […]
ATLANTA – State Representative Matt Dubnik (R-Gainesville) was officially sworn into office as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives on Monday, January 9, 2017, marking his first day of his 2017-2018 term. Monday was the first day of the first term of the 154th Legislative Session of the […]
As someone explained to me in 2009, “You’re never truly prepared mentally, physically, emotionally or financially to have children. But children are the best gift God gives us.” No truer words may have ever been spoken, as I learned first-hand with the birth of my sons in 2009 and 2012. […]
I was blessed with the opportunity to attend Georgia Institute of Technology, where I graduated with honors in April 2003. My four years at Tech taught me so much about time management, responsibility, humility (computer science programming classes are no joke!), friendship and hard work. I made friends with people […]