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Narender Reddy announces run for State House District 50

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Atlanta, GA, March 14, 2024: Johns Creek businessman Narender Reddy has qualified to run for the Georgia House of Representatives in District 50, which covers most of Johns Creek and a portion of Alpharetta.  Since no other Republican qualified for this seat, Reddy will not be having any Primary opponent. The seat is currently occupied by Democrat Michelle Au.

“It is important that we hold our elected officials accountable, which is why I have chosen to challenge Representative Au,” Reddy remarked. “Her record shows that she does not reflect the views of the voters of this district, and I intend to give voters an alternative who better understands the pressing issues facing our district, our state, and our country.”

Citing out-of-control inflation as a major concern to voters, Reddy promised to endorse fiscally responsible measures that would give relief to taxpayers.

“Prices have skyrocketed on basic necessities and our working families are struggling,” Reddy said. “We need to help people to keep more of their money to combat this crisis. That means cutting our state income tax, tamping down rising property taxes, and reducing wasteful government spending.”

Reddy also noted rising illegal immigration as an issue that voters have demanded answers on.

“As an immigrant myself, I applaud people for legally immigrating to this country in search of better opportunity,” Reddy said. “However, the current situation with people entering illegally at the southern border is unsustainable. It’s highly unsafe to allow thousands of unvetted, untracked migrants to enter our country. My pledge is to work in the State House to find ways to insulate Georgia from the federal government’s inaction and to continually call for more to be done to alleviate this problem.”

On that note, Reddy emphasized the need for robust public safety in District 50.

“We need to do what is necessary to ensure that this area remains a safe place for our families,” Reddy said. “As your State Representative, I will be a reliable friend to law enforcement and will fight for them to have the resources and support they need to keep our communities safe.”

A Georgia resident for nearly four decades, Narender Reddy has been an invested member of the Johns Creek community. He was appointed to board of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority by Governor Sonny Perdue and reappointed to two additional terms by Governor Nathan Deal and Governor Brian Kemp and has been serving on the Board for the past 20 years.

Also, he was the co-founder of the Quantum National Bank, the first Indian American owned bank.  Reddy is the founder and president of Sterling Realty Services, a commercial real estate firm. He holds a master’s degree in business from the University of Evansville in Indiana. Narender is the proud father of two adult children.

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