Mechanical Insulators LMCT Information for Georgia

Political Activism

Georgia State Information

The Mechanical Insulators Labor Management Cooperative Trust (LMCT) is looking to aid in information available to elected officials, Insulators Union Locals and members, contractors and the general public in Georgia.

Some of the information on this page may be outdated with the coronavirus global pandemic. Please contact any member of the Mechanical Insulators LMCT with any questions.

On this page, you will find information related to state specific legislation that deals with mechanical insulation and labor, Political Action Committee (PAC) guidelines and information for the state’s federally elected officials.

There are 56 Senators and 180 house members in Georgia’s general assembly.

The terms in both chambers are the same, two-years. There are no term limits in Georgia.

The General Assembly regular session begins on the second Monday in January and meets for 40 legislative days each year.

To run for the House, you must be at least 21 years of age, a citizen of the state of Georgia for at least two years and a legal resident of the district in which you run.

The Senate requirements are the same, except you must be 25 years of age.

Both chambers are controlled by the Republicans.

To learn more about the Georgia Legislature or to find your elected officials, follow the link below.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE STATE LEGISLATURE OR TO FIND YOUR STATE ELECTED OFFICIALS, CLICK HERE.

Bill Information

The following bills are active in the current Legislative Session and pertain to the Mechanical Insulation industry.


HB 711

2020

Integrated Resource Planning

Status: Pending - House Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee

‍Date of Last Action:* 3/28/19

‍Author: Dreyer (D)

Additional Authors: Kausche (D)

‍Topics: Fossil Energy, Fossil Energy - Coal

‍Summary: Relates to integrated resource planning, so as to provide for decertification of coal fired power plants from the electric power generation mix, provides for decertification of electric transmission lines no longer in use, eliminates fossil fuel power plants from the electric power generation mix, accelerates depreciation schedules for gas fired and petroleum fired power plants, provides for related matters, repeals conflicting laws.

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Federal Elected Officials

House Representatives & Senators


House of Representatives

1st District:

(Since 2015)

Buddy Carter (R)

2nd District:

(Since 1993)

Sandford D. Bishop, Jr. (D)

3rd District:

(Since 2017)

Drew A. Ferguson (R)

4th District:

(Since 2007)

Hank Johnson (D)

5th District:

(Since 2021)

Nikema Williams (D)

6th District:

(Since 2019)

Lucy McBath (D)

7th District:

(Since 2021)

Carolyn Bourdeaux (D)

8th District:

(Since 2011)

Austin Scott (R)

9th District:

(Since 2021)

Andrew Clyde (R)

10th District:

(Since 2015)

Jody Hice (R)

11th District:

(Since 2015)

Barry Loudermilk (R)

12th District:

(Since 2015)

Rick Allen (R)

13th District:

(Since 2003)

David Scott (D)

14th District:

(Since 2021)

Marjorie Taylor Greene (R)

Senators

Jon Ossoff (D)

(Since 2021)

PAC Guidelines

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for Georgia. Please contact the LMCT with specific fund and contribution limit questions.


Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for Georgia.

Resident Agent Requirement? No.

Local Bank Requirement? No.

What type of funds are allowed? Voluntary and Non-Voluntary. O.C.G.A. § 21-5-30.2.

Registration and reporting requirements for Federal and Out-of-State PACs:

  • Any PAC contributing $25,000 or more, in aggregate, during the calendar year must register with the state prior to making contributions or expenditures. PACs must also file campaign contribution disclosure reports. O.C.G.A. § 21-5-34(e).
  • A PAC donating to only one candidate does not have to report, regardless of dollar amount.
  • Both have the same reporting requirements as do in-state organizations and political action committees.
  • A copy of FEC reports may not be filed in lieu of disclosure reports. However, a copy of the federal report may be attached to the state form as an exhibit in lieu of re-copying contributions and expenditures on the state form.

Recipient

Regular PAC

Statewide Official: $6,100 for primary election; $3,600 for primary run off election; $6,100 for general election; $3,600 for general election run-off.

Legislative Official: $2,400 for primary election; $1,200 for primary run-off election; $2,400 for general election; $1,200 for general election run-off.

Local Candidate: $2,400 for primary election; $1,200 for primary run-off election; $2,400 for general election; $1,200 for general election run-off.

Mega PAC

Statewide Official: $6,100 for primary election; $3,600 for primary run off election; $6,100 for general election; $3,600 for general election run-off.

Legislative Official: $2,400 for primary election; $1,200 for primary run-off election; $2,400 for general election; $1,200 for general election run-off.

Local Candidate: $2,400 for primary election; $1,200 for primary run-off election; $2,400 for general election; $1,200 for general election run-off.

Union

Statewide Official: $6,100 for primary election; $3,600 for primary run off election; $6,100 for general election; $3,600 for general election run-off.

Legislative Official: $2,400 for primary election; $1,200 for primary run-off election; $2,400 for general election; $1,200 for general election run-off.

Local Candidate: $2,400 for primary election; $1,200 for primary run-off election; $2,400 for general election; $1,200 for general election run-off.