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A former professional baseball player, successful entrepreneur, husband and father, Geoff Duncan is Georgia's 12th Lieutenant Governor.
Lieutenant Governor Duncan will focus on health care, education, making Georgia the “Technology Capital of the East Coast,” and transportation.
The Lieutenant Governor is always happy to provide assistance and guidance in working with state agencies on unresolved issues. Please use the contact information below to reach out to the office.
ATLANTA (July 27, 2022) | Pursuant to House Bill (HB) 918, today Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced his appointments to the Rare Disease Advisory Council. A result of the 2022 legislative session, the Georgia Rare Disease Advisory Council is a 16-member council tasked with advising the General Assembly, as well as state agencies and departments, on the needs of individuals with rare diseases living in Georgia.
ATLANTA (June 28, 2022) | Pursuant to Senate Bill (SB) 220, today Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced his appointments to the Commission on Civics Education. A result of the 2022 legislative session, the Georgia Commission on Civics Education establishes a 17-member commission tasked with promoting civic engagement and enhancing Georgia's K-12 curriculum surrounding public service.
ATLANTA (June 23, 2022) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced the members of three Senate Study Committees: the Senate Study Committee on Economic Development and International Relations, Senate Development Authorities and Downtown Development Authorities Study Committee and the Senate Study Committee on People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Waiver Plan Access.
The Senate Page Program offers students age 12 and older a first-hand opportunity to visit the Capitol to observe and participate in the legislative process. Senate pages serve the Senators by delivering important information and messages to them in the Senate Chamber during the legislative session day.