Lindsey recently won reelection in November to Georgia's 54th district and will now seek the Republican nomination for the U.S. Congressional 11th District.
Rep. Ed Lindsey (R-Atlanta), who represents Buckhead's 54th district, announced Thursday that he is seeking Republican nomination for the 11th Congressional District of Georgia, the seat which will soon be vacated by U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey. In an email, Lindsey stated: "The 11th District is a wonderful and diverse district where over 700,000 of us have chosen to live, work, play, worship, and strive for better opportunities for our families. It stretches from Cartersville in Bartow County, through Cherokee County, to West Cobb County including Acworth, Kennesaw, Marietta, Smyrna, and Vinings, and finishes in Buckhead and the new city of Sandy Springs. In many ways, the 11th District is a microcosm of our state’s rich historical past and…
Rep. Ed Lindsey introduced two healthcare-related bills recently, which will be up for debate during the 2013 legislative session.
Tuesday, January 22
State Rep. Edward Lindsey (R-Atlanta) recently introduced two new bills to be brought up for debate during the 2013 Legislative Session. The legislation includes two separate bills about new requirements for insurance plans to cover the costs of hearing aids for children and prescribed special dietary foods or formulas relating to chronic medical conditions. “These two common sense measures will simply require that necessary medical assistance be provided to Georgia’s patients, both children and adults,” said Rep. Lindsey. “These types of statutes will have an instant impact on those Georgians needing the service and the communities who support them. Each of these bills reflects my approach to not only serve the constituents in State House…