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NiKema Williams Wins Late Congressman John Lewis' 5th Congressional Seat

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NiKema Williams Wins Late Congressman John Lewis' 5th Congressional Seat

Rev. Roger Mills, AM Publisher - Nov. 7, 2020

Nikema Williams defeated Republican nominee Angela Stanton-King to become the representative-elect for Georgia's 5th congressional district.

Williams is a political executive serving as a member of the Georgia State Senate for the 39th district. She is also the chair of the Democratic Party of Georgia.

Williams is from Smiths Station, Alabama. Her father was a neighborhood leader, and her great aunt, Autherine Lucy, integrated the University of Alabama. Williams graduated from Talladega College, where she became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. After graduating from college, she moved to Atlanta, Georgia, in 2002.

Williams will assume office on January 3, 2021.

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