September 25, 2021

Brass wins District 28 seat in State Senate

Matt Brass

Matt Brass

(Newnan, GA) — Matt Brass of Newnan, Georgia, has been elected to represent the 28th District in the Georgia State Senate.

Georgia’s 28th District encompasses part or all of Coweta, Heard, Carroll, Troup, and Fulton counties.

“Maegan and I would like to thank the people of Georgia’s 28th District for entrusting me with this high honor,” said Brass. “I am humbled to be your next State Senator, and I will work hard to represent our district in Atlanta, while never compromising on our values.”

“I responded to the call of service to help others and help make my community a better place. The needs of our state are greater than the needs of any one person’s career, and I pledge to always put Georgia’s 28th District first. I will fight to bring jobs to this district by working with state and local officials to ensure every part of this district has the tools it needs to succeed.”

“I thank Congressman Lynn and Joan Westmoreland, and Senator Mitch and Leah Seabaugh for equipping me with the knowledge and experience to go do this job with honesty and integrity. I would also like to thank Holly Brooks, my campaign manager, and all the volunteers that helped me distribute signs, knock on doors, raise money, and get my message out to the community. Now is the time to unite to move Georgia forward, and I am excited to roll my sleeves up and get started. May God bless each and every one of you, the great state of Georgia, and the United States of America.”

Brass took over 82 percent of the votes (918) in Heard County. His lone Republican Party opponent was Hayden Marlowe. Marlowe received 200 votes in Heard.

Matt Brass was raised in Newnan and attended Newnan High School. After graduation, he served in the U.S. Navy and attended the University of Georgia. Matt was a Canongate Golf Club Professional before working for U.S. Representative Lynn Westmoreland, where he now works as Chief of Staff.

He is a member of and Deacon at Newnan Presbyterian Church. Matt, and his wife Maegan, have been married for 9 years and have two sons, Freeman and Archie.

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