Our legislative office is available and delighted to provide a variety of constituent services. The information below is designed to address some of the most common constituent requests.
If you are unable to find the information or direction you are looking for below, please contact us.
School Visits & Student Engagement
Hunter is available and delighted to visit local schools and speak with students of all ages.
If you would like to schedule a visit, please contact us.
Capitol Tours & Museum
Guided and self-guided tours of the Capitol are available at no cost.
Visit the Georgia Capitol Musem web site to find out more.
The Page Program provides a first-hand opportunity for students to gain knowledge about state government. Pages must be at least 12 years old and can volunteer for one legislative day at the State Capitol; availability is limited to 10 pages per representative per session.
If your child, or a child you know, is interested in participating in the Page Program, please contact us.
Letters of Recognition
In recognition of special events such as 100th birthday celebrations, 50th wedding anniversaries, student achievement awards, scouting awards, sports awards, or other special lifetime achievements, I am happy to prepare commendation letters or resolutions for my constituents.
Please contact us for these types of requests.
Event & Meeting Requests
Hunter is available for local meetings and events in the district upon request. During the legislative session, January through March, weekday availability will generally be limited to meetings at the Capitol in Atlanta.
If you would like to schedule a meeting or event, please contact us.
Due to budget cuts, legislators no longer receive flags to provide constituents. In previous years, it was regular practice for legislators to have a small supply of flags for special requests.