Wednesday December 2nd, 2015 12:08AM

Senate Dems elect leadership team for 2013-14 term

By Staff
ATLANTA - The Georgia Senate Democratic Caucus Monday elected its leadership team for the 2013 - 2014 term.

Re-elected to serve as leader of Senate Democrats was Steve Henson. Sen. Vincent Fort was re-elected as Caucus Whip. Sen. Horacena Tate was elected to serve as Caucus Chairwoman, becoming the first woman to serve as as caucus chairperson in the Senate.

Full Senate Democratic Caucus Leadership Team for 2013 - 2014:

Steve Henson - Leader
Vincent Fort - Whip
Horacena Tate - Chair
Valencia Seay - Vice Chair
Gloria Butler - Vice Chair: Campaigns and Fundraising
Nan Orrock - Secretary

"Our caucus team is comprised of experienced leaders who will work to improve the standing of Democrats in Georgia," Henson said. "We are committed to building a strong and prosperous economy, creating jobs that pay well, improving education and creating an open and transparent government. Each of us was elected by our constituents to represent them in state government. As a team, we are working hard to improve the lives of Georgians across the state."
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