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Why I’m Running


When I saw how much Georgians in need struggled due to the slow response from the Georgia Department of Labor, I decided that a change was needed. The COVID-19 Pandemic exposed that the Georgia Department of Labor’s technology is antiquated, and the Department is unable to support Georgia Workers in need who lost their jobs due to no fault of their own. You deserve a Labor Commissioner who puts the needs of Georgia Workers first.


As your next Labor Commissioner, my main focus will always be on you – Georgia Workers.

1 Commited to Putting Georgia Workers First

Representative Boddie will advance the Georgians First Initiative.

2 Timely Processing & Payment of Eligible Unemployment Insurance Claims

Representative Boddie will install new technology, hire additional staff, and implement new policies & procedures.

3 Providing Quality Customer Service & Accessibility to Georgia Workers

Representative Boddie will deliver the quality customer service that Georgia Workers deserve.

4 open more Career Centers throughout the State of Georgia

Representative Boddie is committed to making the Department of Labor more accessible to adequately address the needs of Georgia Workers.

5 Education & Workforce Development

Representative Boddie will be a driving force to help shape the 21st-century workforce that meets the needs of current industries and sectors in Georgia.

Donate to support a candidate that will amplify the voices of working families, fight for livable wages, and who will reopen the doors of the Georgia Department of Labor.

NEWS: Georgians First Initiative

Rep. Boddie Arguing Against Limited Medicaid Waiver and Arguing for Full Medicaid Expansion in Georgia.

HR 1103


Legislative Accomplishments

Representative William Boddie passed 22 bills in five years as a Democrat in the Georgia General Assembly. With those pieces of legislation, Representative Boddie has either been the lead sponsor or a lead co-sponsor on bills ranging from repealing the Citizens Arrest Statute in Georgia; to passing a Municipal Option Sales Tax (MOST) that would allow the cities of East Point, College Park, and Hapeville to call for a referendum to implement a 1-cent sales tax to improve the wastewater and sewer infrastructure in those cities. Representative Boddie has a proven track record for advocating for legislation and policy initiatives that will not only benefit his constituents of House District 62 but legislation and policy initiatives that will ultimately benefit all Georgians.


(1) HB 160 (2021) Revenue and Taxation/MOST:


(2) HB 236 (2021) Domestic relations: 


(3) HB 445 (2021) City of South Fulton; Change Corporate Boundaries:


(4) HB 479 (2021) Criminal Procedure; Revise Certain Arrest Powers; Provisions/Citizens Arrest Repeal Bill: 


(5) HB 921 (2020) City of South Fulton; Revise Provisions Regarding City Attorney:


(6) HB 984 (2020) Criminal Procedure; Sentencing; Change Provisions


When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to say something; you have to do something.

~ Congressman John Lewis