A Roswell City Council member wants to serve her constituents on a higher level.
Dr. Betty Price has announced plans to run in the special election to fill the Georgia House District 48 seat, which was vacated due to the passing of Rep. Harry Geisinger.
“For over ten years Rep. Geisinger ably served our area,” Price said. “The 48th District consists of individuals and families concerned about the future of our great state. Having served more than five years on the Roswell City Council, I’ve worked energetically to further responsible growth, serving constituents and advocating for their needs. I’m passionate about trying to effect transparent, common sense decisions in the legislature.”
Dr. Price was first elected in 2009 to fill an unexpired term on the Roswell City Council. She was re-elected to a full term in 2011.
Price received her M.D. from McGill University and has been married for 32 years to U.S. Congressman Dr. Tom Price. They have one adult son.