Congressman Hank Johnson Makes It Official, Files for Re-election
Congressman Johnson touts record of results, predicts re-election
ATLANTA – Congressman Hank Johnson has formally filed to run for re-election. The congressman filed his qualifying papers at the Georgia State Capitol on Monday morning.
“I have no doubt that when the voters look at my record fighting for the Fourth District – fighting for small businesses, consumers, women’s rights, equal pay and middle-income and working people – I will be re-elected,” said Congressman Johnson.
Congressman Johnson serves on the Transportation & Infrastructure and Judiciary Committees. He is the top Democrat on the Judiciary subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet (IP).
Georgia’s Fourth Congressional District includes portions of DeKalb, Gwinnett and Newton counties and all of Rockdale County.