Proud MOWA Choctaw, Construction Worker, and Workers Rights Advocate Verbin Weaver moved to Macon, Ga. at 7 years old in the summer of 1999. He came with his mother, a hard-working insurance agent, so she could provide him with an opportunity not afforded to those living in the small towns of Alabama. Thanks to her hard work and love, much of his early childhood was spent in a working-class upbringing without fear of want.
Educated and raised in Middle Georgia, he knows it as home, and has no intention of leaving. A woman of Christian values, his mother taught him the importance of Honesty, Integrity, and Selflessness. He brought those values with him to his service to this community by being a champion for the call for a Living Wage, emphasizing the importance of siding with Workers during his service in the Bibb County Democratic Party, and by promising to run uncorrupted and free of big donor influence.
He promises to bring honesty and integrity with him to the Senate, representing a diverse district with progressive ideals. By making history as the first Native American legislator in Georgia history, Verbin intends to bring attention and a voice to his entire district – from the more urban Macon-Bibb and Houston Counties to the more rural areas of Hancock and Washington County.
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