Woodall Honored for Work on Behalf of Seniors

Congressman receives the Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award from the 60 Plus Association.

Rep. Rob Woodall (R-GA-07) was recognized this week for his commitment to working for Georgia's seniors.

Woodall received the Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award from the 60 Plus Association, a national seniors' advocacy group. The award is Woodall's first as a newly-elected member of Congress.

“I am honored to receive the Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award,” Woodall said in a released statement. “Our social safety nets for seniors are in trouble. I was proud to support the FY 2012 ‘Path to Prosperity’ Budget Proposal, which offers viable long-term solutions for Medicare and Social Security while preserving current benefit levels for seniors 55 and older.”

Woodall said he will continue to fight for solutions to the problems facing the country.

“There is still a lot of work that needs to be done, but this award provides an opportunity to celebrate what the 112th Congress has achieved thus far," Woodall said. "This award also serves as a reminder that we still have so much more to do.  I will continue fighting hard on behalf of the seniors and all those residing in my district, and I am grateful for all of the support that I have received.”

Woodall’s Seventh District includes all of Barrow and Walton counties, most of Gwinnett County, and portions of Forsyth and Newton counties.

Really? Really? May 25, 2011 at 09:09 PM
Wow......how quickly things change. Did the seniors actually ask where he stood on medicare? Or is this some kind of corporate "senior" group? If this was a real senior group, then I hereby give you my annual "Here's A Sharp Stick To Poke Yourself In The Eye" Award.
Amberr Meadows May 25, 2011 at 09:13 PM
I'm incredulous. He was honored with an award????
Really? Really? May 28, 2011 at 06:01 PM
This kind of thing should get one of those "seniors....beware of a local scam" alert. It's way worse than a contractor just ripping them off for a few hundred.


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