Lifelong Marietta resident and longtime public policy advocate Mary Frances Williams knows better than anyone how to work collaboratively to help all Georgians succeed. Mary Frances has been a passionate advocate in the legislature, putting women, children, and Georgia families front and center in every discussion. After serving her first term, Mary Frances is determined to continue working in the state House for her community.
- Helped restore millions of dollars to state school nutrition programs and successfully passed the Family Care Act, allowing Georgians to use sick leave to care for ailing family members
- Received numerous awards for her advocacy work, including the Annette Bowling Advocate of the Year Award in 2017
- Dedicated to improving access to health care, safeguarding the election process, and tackling transportation problems