By The Staff Reporter of Georgia Weekly Post.
Karen handle is the newest kid on the political scene, in Washington DC.
Mrs. Handle is the newly elected Congresswomen from the State of Georgia.
She gained a global name’s recognition.
Never in the history of politics, a political race with a price tag of a $60,000,000.00!
While serving, catching up her voters got to know her closer as she went on reaching out to most if not all. She was seen attending community meetings, townhall gatherings, graduations, Asian American groups, Hispanics, Black Americans, Italian American weddings, pool parties, business groups, Churches, and school parties.
Her election’s success was due to women groups going out and knocking doors, making calls, stuffing envelopes on her behalf. They still do energetically. She is liked and most want her reelected for her first full term.
Driven by her husband around town, she was seen reaching out to any who approached her. She visited her voters where she found them even beyond her district. According to Georgia Weekly Post during summer time and the brutal summer heat of Georgia.
Georgia Weekly Post encountered her Paw Wow with her voters in Dunwoody on a weekend mooring.
She discussed her expectations, realities of Washington DC. And the Congress.
This reporter found her to be energetic and responsive to hard questions from a mixed audience of over fifty breakfast costumers at a local breakfast site in Dunwoody Village including the media.
She addressed several issues of concern to the locals.
Front and center, she is known to be a champion in the fight against sex and human trafficking. “The numbers of women saved in Georgia are in many thousands. arrests are made. ICE and local enforcement are doing a great job” she said.
“there is a lot more to be done for the economy, tax brakes for small businesses and the middle Class. Disappointed over media misinforming the public. I am receiving cooperation from the leadership of the House of representatives. We are working on improving Health Care. We must work with the White House on our agenda weather it was President Obama or is President Trump. We must respect the office of the president. “she argued
Handle spent two hours of meeting and greeting her voters she took off to her second stop of a sunny, cool morning in DeKalb County. She was well received. “I am glad I voted for her” said an older woman while adding more cream to her coffee.