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Thank you to every voter who placed their trust in me by through your vote. Representing you is a great honor!
Due to the ruling by Federal Judge Steve Jones October 2023, the General Assembly convened for Special Session to adhere to the Court Order to create new districts based on the Voter Rights Act of 1965. To complete this mandated order, District 135 changed to now include parts of Spalding County and removed Upson for the 2024 Election. Judge Jones approved the maps December 2023.
No matter the outcome of the 2024 Primary and General Elections, I am 100% committed to representing this area which is my home. It is my honor to work for you no matter what the geographic area looks like. This is a unique area with specific issues and challenges which I will work diligently to address always.
Beth Camp knows the value of being connected. Help her help you.
She will prioritize education & rural economic development,
protect innocent life and the unborn,
uphold the U.S. & Georgia Constitutions,
and champion Christian conservative values.
Beth KNOWS our area is unique and needs a voice at the State House who can represent the real people who live here.
Beth Camp has been part of this community for many years, working tirelessly to make it a better place.
Beth served as an elected member of the Pike County Board of Education from 2017 to 2020. As a member of the BOE, she has been involved balancing budgets and overseeing the largest employer in Pike County where she constantly is striving for transparency and fiscal responsibility. As the 2020 Heart of Georgia Board of Realtors Community Relations Vice President, she knows the value of leveraging community involvement to accomplish great things! She serves on the board of directors for CASA Advo-Kids (court appoint special advocacy for children in foster care) for Fayette, Pike, Spalding, and Upson Counties so the innocent have a voice. She serves on the Pike County Poverty Informed Task Force as part of the training team and a member of the Literacy Initiative for Pike County. She is a member of the Pike County FFA Alumni Board, Pike County Arts Council, Pike County Chamber of Commerce, Farm Bureau, Georgia School Board Association, National Rifle Association (NRA), and Georgia Association of Realtors. She is a 2008 Celebrating UC Success essay national contest winner and recipient of Chapter and State FFA degrees for volunteer work in the organization including fundraising to build a barn at a local high school for STEM classes. Beth Camp has been a Girl Scout leader, past delegate at Georgia Republican Convention, past secretary of the Georgia Lamb Producers Association, Christmas Kitchen volunteer, Heritage Pregnancy Center Community Baby Shower host, and volunteer for many local civic groups. Beth's long history of community involvement began early and her civic interest lifelong- she volunteered at age 14 making calls for George Bush's election and never stopped working for Conservatives!
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