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I want to represent House District 62 because the citizens need a representative who can effectively advocate for them and who has a proven record of doing so. They need a representative who truly understands the legislative process and understands that it takes the ability to work with other lawmakers on the state and local level to achieve the goals of the citizens of House District 62.

I pride myself as a champion for my community. My commitment to service has made a positive impact on the citizens of Douglas and Fulton counties. I am committed to make the community that I am a product of thrive and reach its full potential.

Let us make man

Since 2009, I have advocated for our youth by being an organizer and conference speaker for Let Us Make Man (LUMM), an organization dedicated to the development and empowerment of young black males throughout the Metro Atlanta area and the State of Georgia. I have also advocated for our youth as an advisory council member and community liaison for the Fulton Leadership Academy, an academy in East Point, Georgia that seeks to train middle school and high school boys to become thoughtful, hard-working, and respectful young scholars of high character.

Occupy Atlanta Movement

Through my work as an attorney and a community organizer, I take on the challenges of the disenfranchised every day and fight to make sure justice is available for all citizens.

In October 2011, I represented homeless citizens and college student protestors who were a part of the Occupy Atlanta Movement. They were arrested at a park in downtown Atlanta while protesting for fair wages, fair housing, and increased economic opportunities for the homeless community in the Metro Atlanta area.

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My Sister’s House

In November 2012, I also partnered with My Sister’s House, a non-profit Atlanta mission shelter that houses battered mothers and their children to create a pro bono legal program that identified qualified resident mothers to file expungement packages on their behalf with various prosecutors in the Metro Atlanta area. The approved expungement packages cleared the participants criminal history records so the mothers could obtain gainful employment and housing.

Voice of the people

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When the citizens of Douglas and Fulton counties needed a voice against injustice and intolerance, I advocated zealously for their rights by challenging the status quo. In October 2013, I filed an ethics compliant with the City of Douglasville against a former Douglasville City Councilman for racist comments made on Facebook against African-Americans such as President Barack Obama and PGA Golfer Tiger Woods.

In July 2015, I also addressed the Douglasville City Council about the Confederate flag group “Respect the Flag” disrupting and terrorizing a 9 year-old African-American girl’s birthday party at her parent’s home in Douglasville. At the meeting, I suggested that the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office present a bill of indictment against members of the “Respect the Flag” group for their criminal actions at the birthday party as a violation of the Georgia Street Gang and Terror Act. Three months later and after a thorough investigation by the Douglasville Police Department, the Douglas County District Attorney indicted 15 members of the “Respect the Flag” group on multiple felony counts under the Georgia Street Gang and Terror Act. All 15 Members for the group were arrested and booked into the Douglas County jail.

I am ready to put my experience and commitment to the community to work in an official capacity for the citizens of House District 62. If you stand with me, I will fight for you and continue to be your zealous advocate. I’m asking the citizens of House District 62 to join me in this campaign because I know that if we work together we can make House District 62 a great place to live, work, and play.
William K. Boddie, Jr., Esq. - Candidate For House District 62