Betsy Kramer has lived in Johns Creek for 22 years and ardently supported the creation of the City of Johns Creek in 2006. Since then, she served as chairperson of House District 50 for the Republican Party and was elected First Vice-Chair of the Fulton Republican Party in 2021. Kramer worked tirelessly with the Georgia Republican Party to coordinate more than 600 volunteer poll watchers in Fulton County who reported issues with the integrity of the 2020 election.

Republican Leadership

  • Elected First Vice-Chair of the Fulton GOP
  • Served as House District Chair for Georgia District 50
  • Treasurer of the Fulton Republican Women (2020-2022)
  • GAGOP Election Integrity Task Force
  • Republican Jewish Coalition member 
  • Chair of the Jay Lin campaign
  • Fulton GOP volunteer for Johns Creek City Candidates in 2021
  • Elected delegate to the Republican National Convention

Republican Values

  • Supports elimination of the Georgia Income Tax
  • Supports School Choice For Fulton County Parents
  • Supports accountability for Fulton County Government
  • Supports Johns Creek and Alpharetta cities, including first responders
  • Will vote to ban teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and its principles
  • Pledges not to vote for any state level tax increase

Betsy Kramer Puts Students First!

Education is the heartbeat of our society. Without a great educational system, our society will never thrive or prosper. As your Representative in the Georgia House, I will continue to fight against divisive/CRT curriculum. When you elect me to represent you, here’s what I will do:

  • Protect our students by NOT teaching them that America is fundamentally racist
  • Work with other members of both the Georgia House and Senate to ensure curriculum encompasses all of our history-the good and the bad, while not teaching our children to hate each other
  • Support legislation similar to HB 1084, SB 377 & SB 613 that bans divisive teachings and treats ALL students equally
  • Introduce legislation that promotes Character Education

My family was raised that although we are different, we are the same. There are larger issues children are facing today. They should not be taught to hate others on top of everything else.

Betsy Kramer has been happily married to Steve Kramer for 25 years and together they have 2 children. The Kramers live on Buice Road in Johns Creek and are very active in the community. They are founding members of the Congregation Gesher L’Torah in Alpharetta, and are one of the main supporters of Chabad of North Fulton in Johns Creek. They support many local organizations.
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