Brett Harrell will seek re-election to State House District 106
Representative Brett Harrell, a two-term member of the Georgia General Assembly, officially qualified for re-election to State House District 106.
State House District 106 is comprised of the vast majority of Snellville and smaller portions of Lawrenceville, Grayson, and Loganville.
“I am grateful to represent the citizens and businesses in District 106 at the State House and I look forward to continuing that representation next session should the voters agree,” said Harrell.
Harrell is the former mayor of Snellville where he cut property taxes by 38 percent over five successive years. He successfully advanced over $130 million in projects, including vital transportation safety enhancements like the Hwy. 78 improvements as the former Executive Director of the Evermore Community Improvement District.
At the State House, Harrell serves on the Budget and Fiscal Affairs Oversight, Regulated Industries, Transportation, and Ways & Means Committees. He is the author of HB 291, a truth in taxation and property protection statute to prohibit billing non-tax fees such as sanitation and stormwater on citizens’ property tax bills. He has also authored legislation to reduce costs for county government, strengthen our courts, secure patient physician decision-making, and expand our personal liberties.
In addition, chosen by his peers, Harrell serves as the Chairman of the Gwinnett House Delegation.
Over his career, Harrell has started and developed several successful small businesses. For 20 years, he owned and operated an American Speedy Printing franchise that grew from a start-up in a strip center to three locations. Prior to opening his own company, Harrell was an area sales manager for a $30 billion international corporation.
A 42-year resident of Snellville, Brett is a graduate of South Gwinnett High School and of the University of Georgia where he earned a BBA in marketing and finance.