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I first met Sharon Ravert when the Caravan for Peace, Justice and Dignity made its stop in Atlanta, Georgia. I knew right then and there that she was a woman committed to human rights and that she would do great things for people and her community. Now, seven years later and after working with Sharon on many important public policy issues, my intuition was spot on. 

 

During the past seven years, I have met many people who don’t just know of Sharon, but they know her. They all have nothing but praise for her abilities, commitment, and character. When people speak a consistent message about someone’s character, you certainly take notice.

 

As a retired 34-year police veteran and the current executive director of an international law enforcement reform organization, it pleases me to see Sharon understanding how public policy can be the enemy of both the people and police. Sharon has a special talent of recognizing such public policy and working to correct it for the benefit of both. Our failed drug policy is one such policy that Sharon and I have been working on together to reform. We need strong leaders who aren’t afraid to fight the difficult battles and that’s why I endorse Sharon for House District 9. She is a fighter for the people.

Major Neill Franklin

State Police - Retired

About Sharon Ravert

Sharon Ravert is an Atlanta native who became a resident of Dahlonega Georgia in the Spring of 1995.  Sharon and her husband Mark have two daughters, Olivia and Brittany… 

Issues

Sharon sees our state as the jewel of the south.  From the foothill of the Appalachian Mountains offering rivers, lakes, hiking trails, gem hunting and quaint small town squares…