Ginny (Ginny) Ehrhart (R-SH036)
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Representative
Georgia House of Representatives
Room 415 State Capitol 206 Washington Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30334

District Office:
PO Box 1206
Marietta, GA 30061
Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Earl   
Committee Assignments
ChairmanSubcommittee on Regulatory
Vice ChairHouse Committee on Information and Audits
SecretaryHouse Committee on Regulated Industries
MemberSpecial Subcommittee
MemberSubcommittee on Occupational and Professional Licensing
MemberHouse Committee on Interstate Cooperation
MemberHouse Committee on Technology and Infrastructure Innovation
MemberHouse Committee on Higher Education
MemberHouse Committee on Transportation
Counties Representing
Cobb

Bio

Representative Ehrhart represents House District 36, which includes portions of Cobb County.

Ginny has resided in Cobb County for 42 years. The daughter of an Army Lieutenant Colonel, she was raised on U.S. Army bases, eventually settling with her family in Cobb County. She attended Osborne High School and graduated from Auburn University with a degree in International Trade. She taught high school economics and American government, also home schooling her children, before starting her successful business that designs, manufactures and markets home decor and linens with a southern theme to thousands of retail stores across the country. Southern Sisters Enterprises, LLC is located on Dallas Highway in west Cobb.

Ginny is a frequent speaker on regional and national television and radio, writing and teaching about the art of southern cuisine and hospitality. She was a television chef and home life consultant for Family Net Television, authoring two cookbooks, Sunday in the South and Seasons in the South. She currently hosts the highly regarded weekly lifestyle show, Southern Sisters Radio on 920AM Atlanta, with her studio located at The Battery overlooking Sun Trust Stadium.

Ginny advocates for families and speaks to audiences on a wide range of topics, including domestic violence. She most recently organized a grassroots group which monitored the progress of Cobb County's school bus stop arm law.

Ginny's merits as a hands-on small business owner and entrepreneur influence her conservativeminded policy platform. Public health and safety, transportation and education are priorities. She brings a broad, pragmatic and solution-oriented perspective to public service that she believes citizens want under the Gold Dome.

Ginny is a member of NorthStar Church in Acworth. She and her husband Earl live in Powder Springs and are parents to six grown children, one granddaughter, and a talented Australian Shepherd named Dixie.