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Habersham attorney Tricia Hise to run for Georgia Senate District 50
Tricia Hise
Tricia Hise

Tricia Hise, a Habersham County attorney, is running to represent District 50 in the Georgia Senate.

Hise, a Republican, serves on the board of the Habersham Chamber of Commerce and chairs the Governmental Affairs Committee. She has held state board positions on the Georgia State Property Commission and the Georgia Building Authority. She formerly served as assistant district attorney for the Mountain Judicial Circuit and is a POST-certified law enforcement officer. She also chairs Women for Trump in Habersham.

“I am a Christian conservative, dedicated to the principles of the Constitution, including our guaranteed right to bear arms under the 2nd Amendment. I believe in protecting all life and will work tirelessly to defend our Constitution, to protect the unborn, to promote businesses, including our number one business — agriculture,” Hise said in a statement. I thank my friend and statesman Sen. John Wilkinson for his tireless work for our district and I wish him the best in his run for Congress. I am known as the ‘Bulldog in the Courtroom’ and I look forward to serving you as your Bulldog in the Senate as I earn your vote.”

Hise has donated pro bono legal services to victims in need through the Circle of Hope, F.A.I.T.H. and Powerhouse for Kids.  She is a past president of the

Mountain Judicial Circuit Bar Association. Hise serves as attorney coach for the student members of the Habersham Central Mock Trial Team.

She is married to Nathan Dilday, an agricultural lender, and they live in Cornelia with their son Max. Hise is a partner in the law firm Hotard & Hise, based in Clarkesville,

and she and her family attend First Baptist Church of Cornelia.

John Wilkinson represents District 50 and has announced a run for the U.S. House of Representatives. 

District 50 includes all of Banks, Franklin, Habersham, Rabun, Stephens and Towns and portions of Hall and Jackson counties. 

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