I am honored

I am honored to have been re-elected your State Senator. In this short and intense campaign I will treasure so many wonderful memories! The most dear to my heart is the immense level of support provided to me by people like you. All those with yard signs proudly posted, I…

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The Final Round

Dear Friends and Neighbors, We are entering the final round of this campaign. Our last mail piece has arrived, our voter turnout calls are being made and Election Day plans are in place. I absolutely could not have accomplished so much on this campaign in such a short amount of…

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Volunteer for Victory!

Final Stretch in SD 36 The May 20 Primary is only days away, and Team Nan is in the final stretch. Now more than ever, the value of your most precious resource – your time – is truly immeasurable. Saturday, May 17: From 9 a.m. until 12 p.m., Team Nan…

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Cuts to Education are Never the Answer

Sean Sprague (left) and Daniel Priester introduce their daughter to State Superintendent Candidate Valarie Wilson and Senator Nan Orrock at this week’s meet and greet in Ormewood. Credit: Lauren Shay Levin As a Georgia State Senator and Leadership Chair of Progressive States Action’s Public Education Working Group, Nan fights education…

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Meet and Greet Your State Senator

Please join Nan for a Meet and Greet in East Point. Wednesday May 7, 2014 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Corner Tavern 2783 Main Street East Point, GA 30344 Sponsored by Jefferson Park Residents & Georgia Equality. No required contribution or RSVP to attend. Please stop by!

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The Polls are Open!

Early voting started today, Monday, April 28, and runs through May 16. Skip the lines and make your voice heard. This week people can vote from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. at seven Fulton County locations: Johns Creek Environmental Campus, College Park Historical Building, Northside Shepherd Neighborhood Center, North Fulton…

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Medicaid expansion: dollar waster or moral imperative?

Episcopal Bishop Rob Wright joined with approximately 75 protesters, including several Atlanta clergy members, in a Medicaid expansion rally outside the Governor's Mansion on W. Paces Ferry Road Monday, April 7, 2014. Protesters were calling on Gov. Nathan Deal to expand Medicaid services in the state. KENT D. JOHNSON / KDJOHNSON@AJC.COM

Episcopal Bishop Rob Wright joined with approximately 75 protesters, including several Atlanta clergy members, in a Medicaid expansion rally outside the Governor’s Mansion on W. Paces Ferry Road Monday, April 7, 2014. Protesters were calling on Gov. Nathan Deal to expand Medicaid services in the state. Photo KENT D. JOHNSON…

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