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Republican businessman Narender Reddy announces campaign for newly-drawn Georgia House District 50

Atlanta, GA, January 18, 2022: Republican businessman Narender Reddy announced his candidacy Tuesday for the newly-drawn House District 50 in North Fulton.

“I’m running for the State House because we need a leader who will stand up and fight those who would raise taxes, defund police and politicize our schools,” said Reddy.

“I’m a lifelong businessman and entrepreneur who has real experience in banking, finance, and in real estate. I’ll rely on that experience to effectively represent taxpayers,” said Reddy. “Our community needs a Representative at the Capitol who will effectively lead to put North Fulton first, and who won’t be afraid to ask hard questions.”

Reddy earned his M.B.A. from the University of Evansville, Indiana. He is a 35-year resident of Georgia, having been appointed by both Governor Sonny Perdue and Governor Nathan Deal to serve as a Board member of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA). As a GRTA board member, Reddy actively works to help Georgia communities with transportation.

He is the owner and President of Sterling Realty Services, Inc., a commercial real estate firm, and was a Founding Director of Quantum National Bank where he used his experience in real estate to ensure successful loan screening of applicants.

Reddy is the father of two grown children, both of whom graduated from Woodward Academy in North Fulton. Both of his children are medical doctors today.

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