Rich For State Representative

Protecting Georgia’s Students

As our Representative, Bonnie worked to pass the bill that will prohibit the teaching of divisive concepts and the bill to prevent schoolchildren from accessing material harmful to minors using school computers or internet networks.

  Strong and effective voice for school choice: 

  • instrumental in expansion of Special Needs Scholarship in 2021

  • working to expand GOAL scholarship from $20 million to $200 million this year

Bonnie voted to:

  • Unmask our children

  • Sponsored in the House the bill to ban vaccine passports

  • Sponsored in the House the bill to require school boards to use due process and transparency with respect to parents so that parents cannot be refused entry to public board meetings merely due to a difference of opinions or political beliefs

Lowering Taxes

  • Bonnie is a co-sponsor of the tax refund bill, H.B. 1302, which gives a tax refund to every Georgia taxpayer

  • Bonnie is working to pass the income tax cut bill, which will lower Georgia’s state income tax from 5.75% to 5.25%, resulting in a $1 billion cut, while increasing teacher pay and fully funding QBE for Education


In response to the budget shortfall caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Bonnie Rich voted to cut her own pay by 10 percent to even out the state budget and save taxpayer dollars for other, more important needs. She also voted to pass safe harbor legislation to ensure Georgia’s businesses can safely reopen and not fear unwarranted lawsuits capitalizing on the Covid-19 pandemic.

Protecting our Most Vulnerable

She stood up to greedy pharmacy benefit managers and forced them to lower the cost of prescription drugs, which will provide affordable and accessible medicine to vulnerable Georgians who need it most. Bonnie voted to pass historic hate crimes legislation that provides for enhanced sentencing after conviction of the underlying crime.

She sponsored SB 477 in the House, important legislation that protects victims of domestic abuse, and SB 435, legislation that brings justice for human trafficking survivors.

In 2019, Bonnie sponsored legislation that allows Gwinnett County to maintain control of its public county law library, an invaluable resource for our citizens. She also co-sponsored Margie’s Law, legislation that requires every woman be told if she has dense breast tissue, a law that will likely save countless lives.

Fighting for Representation in Gwinnett County

Bonnie used her knowledge and experience as Chair of Redistricting to fight for a north Gwinnett county commission seat. We will vote on May 24th for our Republican candidate for Gwinnett’s 4th District and will vote in the General Election in November.   https://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/local/georgia-house-committee-advances-republican-proposed-gwinnett-county-commission-redistricting-map/article_52fc8606-82d1-11ec-9362-338590380ea3.html


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