Senator Loudermilk, is a Republican representing Senate District 14. He also serves as Chair of the Science and Technology Committee and as Secretary of the Public Safety and the Veterans, Military and Homeland Security Committees. He is also a member of the Transportation Committee.
Sen. Loudermilk first entered public service in 2001-2004, serving as Chairman to the Bartow County Republican Party. He was elected to serve in the State House of Representatives in 2004-2010. In 2006, he was recognized as Georgia Wing Legislator of the Year and National Legislator of the Year by the Civil Air Patrol.
His other awards and recognition in public service include “Legislator of the Year” by Advocates for Children (2007), “50 Most Influential Georgians” by James Magazine (2008), “Sanctity of Life” award by Bartow Republican Women’s Club (2010),
“Legislator of the Year “by Technology Association of Georgia (2011), and "Defender of Liberty" Award by American Conservative Union (2012). Sen. Loudermilk is a native of Riverdale, GA.