Renee Unterman


Renee Unterman is one of the first Republican women to serve in the Georgia legislature, starting in 1998, first in the House of Representatives and then in the Senate from 2003 to the present. She is the author of legislation to protect unborn children from abortion when their heartbeat can be detected, signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp, as well as the sponsor of legislation authorizing grants to pro-life pregnancy centers, signed by then-Governor Nathan Deal. Unterman has a background in nursing and social work. She and her husband live in Gwinnett County.

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Endorsement Press Release: SBA List Candidate Fund Endorses Pro-life Champion Renee Unterman for Congress in GA-07
Election: June 9, 2020