Blake Raulerson joins GFB Legislative Department
By: Georgia Farm Bureau
3/8/2017 11:10:52 AM
Blake Raulerson has joined Georgia Farm Bureau as the newest member of the Legislative Department, where he will serve as legislative specialist. A native of Blackshear, Raulerson will serve as an advocate for GFB's policy positions with state elected officials and agencies. Before joining GFB, Raulerson worked as a legislative aide for Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and later as a regional representative for U.S. Senator David Perdue.
"Blake's background in public policy at the state and national levels will be critical as he serves as a spokesman for our farmers," said GFB President Gerald Long. "We are very excited to welcome Blake to the Farm Bureau family." Raulerson graduated from UGA in 2014 with a degree in political science.
Raulerson will work with state legislators to develop public policy favorable to agriculture, while facilitating contact between farmers and state officials.
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