Meet Kay

Dr. Kay Kirkpatrick served as an orthopedic surgeon here in metro Atlanta for more than 30 years. She is the Chairwoman of the Veterans, Military, and Homeland Security Committee.

On The Issues

As a physician, Kay is passionate about improving Georgia’s healthcare and insurance system. She has passed several bills to increase healthcare access and improve choices for patients.

In The News

A Priority Package For Georgia Families

ATLANTA | Today, Lt. Governor Burt Jones’s Children and Families legislative priority package was passed by the Senate. “My top priority is to protect Georgia families,” said Lieutenant Governor Burt Jones. “This Children and Families legislative package makes great strides towards improving the welfare of children throughout our state. I want to thank Commissioner Broce, Chairwoman Kirkpatrick, and members of the

Senate Bill 388 A Victory for Cherokee County

The state Senate passed Senate Bill 388 Feb. 16, and Gov. Brian Kemp signed the bill Feb. 19. The bill calls for a local ballot referendum election no later than the May 21 primary election. If a majority of Cherokee County voters approve it, it would go into effect Jan. 1, 2025. The bill would allow for Cherokee County seniors 62 and

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