Senator Ginn, District 47 (R)
2011 – present
office: (404) 656-4700
cell: (706) 680-4466
Office: 121-I Capitol
Reduce the Size of Government: Frank Ginn’s website claims that he is “a defender of local taxpayers against an endless stream of state regulations.”
Creating a Business-Friendly Environment: Ginn supports tax breaks to help relocate out of state businesses to Georgia. He also opposes unions and minimum wage increases.
Steel Beam Scandal: Ginn says a construction company gave him some steel beams, completely free of charge, leftover from a bridge project in Madison County worth an estimated $31,000. As the former chairman of the Georgia Senate Transportation Committee, Ginn was in a position to influence state contracts that this company, ER Snell, might bid on in the future. Ginn says he sold the beams to a recycling center for $10,000.