Fayette Life: Rep Matt Ramsey, D.A. King to Speak on Immigration Reform Tuesday Night


Monday, December 13, 2010

December 14, 2010: Immigration reform educational meeting. Learn about the immigration reform bill to be considered by the 2011 session of the Georgia General Assembly.

Free Event

When: Tuesday evening, 12/14/10 @ 6:45 PM – 8:15 PM. Where: Whitewater Creek Amenities Center (upstairs Redwine room), 165 Birkdale Drive, Fayetteville. Birkdale Drive is the entrance to the Whitewater Creek Golf Course on Redwine Road, Fayetteville.


Matt Ramsey serves as House Chair of the Joint Committee on Immigration Reform. He is the state representative for district 72 and has served as Chair of the Crimes Against Children and Illegal Substances Committee of the House Judiciary Non-Civil Committee. Representative Ramsey was appointed by Governor Perdue to serve as one of his Administration’s House Floor Leaders.

D.A. King is President of the American Resistance Foundation and the Dustin Inman Society. Mr. King is a nationally known immigration expert and has appeared numerous times before Congress, the Georgia General Assembly and on many local and national
radio and television programs.

Each of the speakers will address the audience and then participate in a question and answer period.


Fayette-Coweta 912 Patriots, Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club, Fayette County Tea Party, South Atlanta Tea Party and the Senoia Tea Party Patriots. For more information call Jim Richter @ 770-632-9618 or email: fc912p@gmail.com.

Posted by Georgia Front Page.com at 6:07 PM


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