Today, following State Representative Pedro Marin’s announcement that he is retiring, the Democratic Party of Georgia congratulated him on his 22 years of service in the Georgia House of Representatives.
“Georgia Democrats commend Representative Marin on his more than two decades of distinguished service to Georgians in the State House,” said DPG Chair Congresswoman Nikema Williams. “As one of the first-elected and longest-serving Latino representatives in our state’s history, Rep. Marin has not only been a trailblazer for Latino representation under the Gold Dome, but a champion for ensuring all diverse and underrepresented communities have a voice in the halls of power. We are grateful for Rep. Marin’s years of leadership and the proud legacy he will leave in the Georgia House.”
A proud Puerto Rican, Rep. Marin is the longest-serving Latino state representative in Georgia history, a founder of the Hispanic Legislative Caucus, and served as one of the 16 Democratic electors who formally cast Georgia’s votes for Joe Biden in 2020.