Marjorie Taylor Greene is the First Black Woman to be Re-elected to the Georgia House

Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Re-Elected in Georgia

Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Re-Elected in Georgia

By Marjorie Taylor Greene

Marjorie Taylor was re-elected on Tuesday, November 6th, to a third term in the Georgia House of Representatives. This is her second term in the Georgia House. She is the first black woman elected to the state House of Representatives, as well as the first black Republican woman elected to the Georgia House. There is a history of successful black women in Georgia politics. On this election night I was watching the live telecast of the election in Savannah, Ga. The Democratic Party had the majority of their state in the U.S. Senate, and the Democrats won in a landslide.

According to the exit polls, Marjorie Taylor was elected with a margin of 46%. This is higher than the previous two times that she ran for the Georgia House in 1996 and 2000, where she came in second and fifth, respectively. It was also higher than the margin of victory from 1996-2000 when she ran for a seat in the U.S. House. Marjorie Taylor Greene was born on December 13, 1931 in Fort Valley, Georgia. She received her B.A. from Spelman College in 1954 and was the first black woman to complete the University Honors program. From 1960-2004 she held a number of jobs, including teaching, working as an office manager and supervisor, and being a consultant. She began her own consulting business in 1989. She was re-elected in 1992, 1996, and again in 2000 which was the last time she ran for the Georgia House in the General Election she won by only 17,000 votes against one opponent. Marjorie began her career as a teacher in Fort Valley, and after leaving teaching to go into business became a state representative.

Marjorie Taylor Greene was the first woman elected to the Georgia House. In addition to serving as the first woman to be re-elected, Marjorie Greene is the first African-American woman, and only the second person in Georgia history, to be elected to the Georgia House. She is the 4th African-American woman, and only

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