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Harper4Georgia Great news for Georgia as we continue to hold our AAA credit rating for the 20th consecutive year!... fb.me/7...
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GASenatePress Sen. @Renee_Unterman to Host Opioid Epidemic Press Conference READ: ow.ly/j... #gapol #gasenate
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GASenatePress Sen. @SenDavidLucas Appointed Chairman of the Rural Georgia Study Committee READ: ow.ly/U... #gapol #gasenate
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GASenatePress Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame Awarded One Georgia Grant READ: ow.ly/K... #gapol #gasenate
06:54PM Jun 22
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Harper4Georgia Last night the GOP gained a major victory as former Secretary of State, Karen Handel, became the first Republican... fb.me/4...
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Harper4Georgia I recently had the pleasure of joining local leaders from Nashville and Berrien County, along with the Berrien... fb.me/1...
01:57PM Jun 19
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Harper4Georgia This year I was privileged to offer four scholarships to outstanding high school seniors in the 7th Senate... fb.me/O...
05:27PM Jun 16
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GAassemblytweet Honest hard work, sweat, laughter, even a homemade ice tea. Good for the soul on a weekend. Agree?
07:56PM Jun 11
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GAassemblytweet Working in the yard this Sunday to Old Dominion. Catch the lyrics when you get a chance. twitter...
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GAassemblytweet Hope he doesn't get a big head over it. twitter...
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News & Updates

  • Update from Sen. Harper

    It has been just over two months since the 2017 legislative session of the General Assembly came to a close. Although we adjourned for the year, there is still much work that needs to be handled prior to next session.

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  • GDOT Contracts Awarded to Senate District 7

    ATLANTA (March 28, 2017) | Sen. Tyler Harper (R – Ocilla) announced this week the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) contract awards for Senate District 7. These projects were advertised in January, bids were received on February 17, and contracts were awarded on March 3 to the lowest qualified bidder. The awards focus on construction and operational improvements that enhance safety, address congestion and bring much needed upgrades to roadways throughout Georgia.

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