Deep North Georgia Roots

Tricia Hise is a native of Habersham County, having been a member of FFA at HCHS where she learned invaluable lessons of responsibility, hard work, and reliability. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a BA in Political Science and earned her Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School. Hise is an attorney and she dedicates her professional and personal life to the service of others.

“I am a Christian conservative, dedicated to the principles of the Constitution, including our guaranteed right to bear arms under the 2nd Amendment. I believe in protecting all life and will work tirelessly to defend our Constitution, to protect the unborn, to promote businesses, including our number one business – agriculture. I am known as the ‘Bulldog in the Courtroom’ and I look forward to serving you as your Bulldog in the Senate as I earn your vote,” said Hise.

Experience Matters

Hise serves on the Board of the Habersham Chamber of Commerce and chairs the Governmental Affairs Committee. She has held state board positions on the Georgia State Property Commission and the Georgia Building Authority. Hise formerly served as Assistant District Attorney for the Mountain Judicial Circuit, is a POST Certified Law Enforcement Officer, and Backs the Badge.

Republican Activist

Hise is actively involved in the local and district Republican Party, serves as the Habersham Chair for Women for Trump (now known as Trump Victory Women), served as delegate to the Republican State Convention for many years, serves as Co-Parliamentarian for the 9th District GOP, and fiercely fights for conservative values throughout SD50 and the state. Hise is a graduate of the 2019 Republican Leadership for Georgia for which she serves as Class President, is a 2018 graduate of the Zell Miller Leadership Institute, and Leadership Habersham.

Hise is deeply committed to victims of domestic violence and has donated countless hours of pro bono legal services to victims in need through the Circle of Hope, F.A.I.T.H., and Powerhouse for Kids. She is Past President of the Mountain Judicial Circuit Bar Association. Currently, Hise serves as Attorney Coach for the student members of the Habersham Central Mock Trial Team, a role which requires investment in the youth and brings great reward and joy.

Hise is married to her supporting husband, Nathan Dilday, who is an agricultural lender; they reside in Cornelia with their son, Max. Hise is a partner in the law firm Hotard & Hise based in Clarkesville and she and her family attend First Baptist Church of Cornelia.

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We fell short of the votes needed to make the runoff. While I am disappointed, I know that our next State Senator will represent us well under the Gold Dome. A sincere THANK YOU to all of those that supported me along the way, the prayers, words of encouragement, and those that voted for me.
God bless you all!
-Tricia
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We fell short of the votes needed to make the runoff.  While I am disappointed, I know that our next State Senator will represent us well under the Gold Dome.  A sincere THANK YOU to all of those that supported me along the way, the prayers, words of encouragement, and those that voted for me.  
God bless you all!
-Tricia

𝘼𝙗𝙨𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙚 𝘽𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙤𝙩𝙨 - Friends, there are thousands of absentee ballots from Stephens and Jackson counties that have not been processed, counted, nor submitted to the SOS office in my SD50 race. I will wait to make any public comment about the outcome of my race until all ballots are counted.
𝙏𝙝𝙖𝙣𝙠 𝙔𝙤𝙪 - I do want to take a moment and say thank you to my friends, family, and supporters that have stood beside me, lifted me in prayer, and provided support in my efforts. Sometimes we just don't understand why God leads us down a path, but I can assure you I continue to put my faith in Him and am truly thankful for this amazing experience. I have met remarkable people and made friendships that will last a lifetime. My husband, Nathan, has been my rock and words can't describe how much I appreciate and love him. Chairman Max has been such an encourager, supporter, and such a love to me. Again, I am so grateful.
𝙎𝙪𝙥𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩 𝙎𝘿 50 - Lastly, I want to say that no matter what the outcome, my love for Senate District 50 is unwavering. I love the communities and the people and I will continue to work to make SD50 the best place to live, work, worship, and play. I have a servant's heart and my dedication to SD50 and our state is not measured by election results.
Thank you all again!
Tricia
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