News from Representative Jimmy Pruett  
Georgia House District 149 
April / May 2016 

  • Session Overview
  • VOTE!
Committee Work

Wondering what bills are being vetted in Rep. Pruett's assigned Committees?

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Constituent Services
Rep. Pruett is dedicated to serving the people of District 149! Below is a list of services available to all residents in Rep. Pruett's district.

- School Visits & Student Engagement


Capitol Tours

Page Program 

Letters of Recognition


Event / Meeting Updates


- State Agency Assistance                         

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Contact Rep. Pruett:
Rep. Jimmy Pruett
401-D State Capitol
Atlanta, GA 30334


The 2016 legislative session came to a close just over one month ago. We passed a number of initiatives over the duration of our 40 day session. Measures such as education, healthcare, criminal justice reform and public safety remained at the forefront of issues addressed.

Since returning home, I have continued my fast paced schedule, touring the district, addressing constituent concerns and campaigning for reelection! The May 24th primary is right around the corner and early voting has begun. I humbly ask for your support as I would be grateful for the opportunity to continue serving our district in the Georgia House of Representatives. 

If you you are interested in helping me in my campaign efforts, please visit my website for volunteer information or to contribute. In the meantime, if you need anything at all, please feel free to contact me at anytime. Thanks so much and I hope to see all of you very soon! 

Session Overview
Major Issues Passed  in 2016  
Many bills passed have already been signed into law by Governor Deal. The governor has until May 3rd to sign or veto legislation passed by the General Assembly. Measures that receive no action by midnight on the May 3rd deadline will automatically become law. Click on the slideshow below for an overview of major issues passed during the 2016 session.   

Pruett and Company Pass Georgia Law
Protecting Tax Payers from Animal Cruelty Costs
Atlanta, Ga. (May 1, 2016) | Georgia Governor Nathan Deal took a big step to help abused animals in the state when he signed the State Taxpayer Animal Relief Act (STAR-Act), SB 356 into law earlier last week. The legislation establishes a legal process so that anyone who has had his or her animals lawfully seized due to cruelty may be required to pay for the animals' care while the cruelty case is prosecuted.  If the defendant refuses to pay, he or she will have to forfeit the animals that can then be placed in a new home. 

The 2016 election season is in full swing and I need your help! Early voting has begun for the May 24th primary. Below are a few helpful links provided so that you can fulfill your civic duty. 

Representative Pruett in Action
Rep. Pruett catches up with supporters at his Fundraiser in April
Speaker Ralston Hosts Rep. Jimmy Pruett's Fundraiser
Packed House Supporting Pruett for House!