News release from the Speaker of the Ga. House
ATLANTA- On Friday January 15th, House Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) released Rep. Ed Rynders' committee assignments for the 2010 Georgia General Assembly session. After these new committee assignments were released for 2010, Rep. Rynders has maintained his influence in the Georgia House of Representatives.
"I know that I can count on Chairman Rynders to be the same straight-shooting conservative advocate for south Georgia he has been in the past," said Speaker David Ralston. "With redistricting occurring in the near future, I recognize that south Georgia needs strong leadership and I know that Ed Rynders provides that leadership."
Rep. Rynders will continue to serve in the House of Representatives as Chairman of Intragovernmental Coordination, Vice Chairman of Health and Human Services and as a member of the Appropriations and Transportation Committees.
"I am both excited and grateful for the confidence that Speaker Ralston has shown me," said Rep. Rynders. "I look forward to working with Speaker Ralston on meeting the needs of southwest Georgia."
Representative Ed Rynders represents the citizens of District 152, which includes portions of Colquitt, Dougherty, Lee, and Worth Counties. He was elected into the House of Representatives in 2002, and is currently the Chairman of the Intragovernmental Coordination Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Health & Human Services Committee. He also serves on the Appropriations and Transportation Committees.