I am running for State House District 83 for the same reason I became a Chamblee City Councilmember: to build a thriving community for all residents. Affordable healthcare, excellent school systems, economic prosperity, and justice for all are within our reach when we work together.
As a Democrat with a proven track record for listening to constituents and delivering results, I’m ready to move our district and state forward. Please join me in creating a more vibrant future for all our families.
Vote Tuesday, November 8, 2022!
House District 83 will encompass the southern half of Brookhaven and most of Chamblee. It is an open seat. Explore the 2023 House District 83 map:
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Karen Lupton recently served as a Chamblee City Councilmember, representing District 3. During her two years in office, she helped guide the city through the COVID-19 pandemic, working to secure resources for residents and businesses, implementing new technology and processes to keep staff and residents safe while ensuring uninterrupted city services.
She’s also been a fierce advocate on Council for affordable housing, smart development, greenspace acquisition and lowering city fees for homeowners. In addition to her service on Council, she runs a Music & Memory Program for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia at A.G. Rhodes Health & Rehab Centers.
As a professional choral singer and conductor, Karen has been a featured soloist with notable choirs such as the Michael O’Neal Singers, All Saints’ Episcopal choir, and was a Choral Director for the Greater Atlanta Girls’ Choirs from 2009 to 2012.
Residents of Chamblee since 2003, Karen and her husband, Jonathan, are raising two teenagers, Hailey and Evan, who attend Chamblee High School. Karen previously served as President of the Chamblee Middle School Education Foundation and the Director/Co-Director of the Chamblee Fun Mud Run for many years. She currently serves on the Board of the Dresden Elementary School Education Foundation. Karen graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1997 from Eastern University (formerly Eastern College) in St. Davids, Pennsylvania.