County State Watch 8/20/18- State Sen. John Albers and Senate Candidate Travis Klavohn

State Senator John Albers (R District 56)

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State Senate Candidate Travis Klavohn (R District 38 )

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Senator John Albers represents the 56th District, which includes portions of Fulton and Cherokee County. He serves as chairman of the Public Safety committee and the vice chairman of the Regulated Industry and Finance committees. He is also a member of the Rules, Appropriations,  Veterans, Military and Homeland Security,  and State & Local Government Operations committees. Senator Albers is a member of the Senate leadership serving as the Chief Deputy Whip and serves as the chairman of the Atlanta-Fulton County Delegation.

Senator Albers has long been an active member of his community serving on numerous charitable, civic and business boards of directors.  Senator Albers is a fourth generation firefighter serving as a volunteer in Alpharetta.  In 2011, 2013 and  2017, Senator Albers was named Legislator of the Year by the Georgia State Firefighters Association and the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs.  Senator Albers was been recognized as a champion of small business by the NFIB and honored by the Georgia Association of Police Chiefs in 2018.  Senator Albers earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Louisville. Albers also graduated from the University of Georgia, Legislative Leadership Institute and the Cyber-security program at Harvard University. When not attending to state business, Senator Albers is an executive, business owner and entrepreneur. He and his wife, Kari of 25 years, have two sons: Will and Ryan living in Roswell and are members of Roswell United Methodist Church.

Travis Klavohn Republican Candidate, State Senate District 38 is a father, husband, and conservative businessman with a heart.  Travis obtained an MBA from the University of Georgia in 2009.  He obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Carolina in 1993.

As a management consultant, Travis knows business and economic development.  He has worked for 25 years for large corporations such as Xerox Corporation and United Health Group primarily in the areas of health insurance, employee benefits, technology, data analytics, and corporate strategy.  He has advised consumers, small businesses, large corporations, and state governments.  Travis has a vision for economic development for District 38.

Meeting Location: 799 Roswell Street, NE – Marietta, Georgia (Cobb GOP HQ – 2 blocks west of the Big Chicken)

Time: 7pm

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