County State Watch October 15, 2018 – State Sen. Lindsey Tippins

Monday October 15, 2018

Thursday evening October 15th features:

Georgia State Senator Lindsey Tippins

Senator Lindsey Tippins was first elected to the Georgia State Senate in 2010. He represents Senate District 37, located in Northwest Cobb County.  He serves as Chairman of the Education and Youth Committee and sits on the Appropriations, Judiciary, and Transportation committees.
Sen. Tippins previously served for 12 years on the Cobb Board of Education during which he served as chairman for three years. He is the past president of the Georgia Utility Contractor Association and the North Georgia State Fair and has served as a long time board member of both organizations.
Sen. Tippins is a board member of the Calvary Children’s Home, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Atlanta Metro region), and was appointed by Governor Perdue to serve on the Georgia Student Finance Commission.
He is the owner and founder of Tippins Contracting Company, Inc., a pipeline construction company, which has been in business since 1969.
Sen. Tippins received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Kennesaw Junior College and Georgia State University, and he received his Juris Doctorate from Woodrow Wilson College of Law.
He has been happily married to the former Ann Scott for 43 years. They have two children, Nathan and Rebekah, and have six lovely grandchildren.
Meeting Location: 799 Roswell Street, NE – Marietta, Georgia (Cobb GOP HQ – 2 blocks west of the Big Chicken)

Time: 7pm

Note 1: Attendance is by invitation.  Invited guests are reminded that it is Franklin Roundtable policy to be courteous to all guest speakers.

Note 2: Franklin Roundtable does not endorse or oppose candidates or parties.  Individual members are free to do so.

Note 3: Franklin Roundtable is not affiliated with the Republican Party.  Cobb GOP  generously rents us space in their facility.

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But as the plan of the convention aims only at a partial union or consolidation, the State governments would clearly retain all the rights of sovereignty which they before had, and which were not, by that act, EXCLUSIVELY delegated to the United States.
– Alexander Hamilton – Federalists No. 32, 1788