Georgia Senator Frank Ginn
Senator Frank Ginn was elected to the Georgia Senate in 2010. Senator Ginn is a Republican representing the 47th District, which stretches across Barrow, Jackson, Clarke, and Madison Counties. Frank followed the family tradition and graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering in 1985.
Following both of his parents’ career paths, he started working in the electric utility industry. He began as an engineer for the consumer owned cooperative Jackson
EMC. He left Jackson EMC as the Director of Member Services to learn more about natural gas and other utilities as the City Manager/Treasurer for the City of
Royston. Eventually, Senator Ginn migrated to the City of Sugar Hill in Gwinnett County to serve as their manager. In 2000, the citizens of Franklin County voted to change to the County Manager form of government. Frank was selected to serve as the first County Manager. He was employed with Franklin County up until he was sworn in.
Senator Ginn serves as Chair of the State and Local Governmental Operations Committee, the Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Government Operations, and as the Vice-Chairman on the Senate Committee on Rules. Additionally, he will serve on the Senate Committee on Transportation and the Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture and Natural Resources. He will also serve as Ex-Officio on the Senate Committees on Natural Resources and the Environment and Regulated Industries and Utilities.
Senator Ginn considers it a great honor to represent the Citizens in the 47th District and to serve the people of Georgia.