|Georgia State Senate District 30|
|Georgia House of Representatives|
|1996 – 2010|
Richardson is an attorney and an partner with the firm of Talley, Richardson Cable in Dallas, Georgia.
In 1989, he was appointed as Paulding County's county attorney, a position he held for sixteen years.
When Richardson was elected in 1996, he was the first Republican from Paulding County elected to the Georgia House of Representatives since Reconstruction.
- JD, Georgia State University Law School, 1984
- BA, Political Science, Georgia State University, 1981
- Richardson notes as a legislative accomplishment the 2005 passage of Georgia's Civil Justice Reform bill.
- He says that "the 'Woman’s Right to Know' bill was finally adopted after years of languishing in the General Assembly" as a result of his legislative leadership.
- Richardson also "champion[s] the requirement of photo identification to vote in Georgia to curb voter fraud."
Richardson ran in a special election for Georgia State Senate District 30. The seat was vacant following Bill Hamrick's (R) resignation on September 10, 2012. Richardson faced Mike Dugan, Bill Hembree, and Jim Naughton in the Republican primary on November 6, 2012. With no candidate winning a majority in the primary, the top two vote-getters - Hembree and Dugan - proceeded to a runoff on December 4, 2012.
Richardson, who is divorced, has three children.
- Georgia House of Representatives - Rep. Glenn Richardson
- Project Vote Smart profile
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2004, 2002, 2000, 1998, 1996
- Editorial: Good news, bad news on Open Records Act, Athens Banner-Herald, April 6, 2009
- ↑ Times Georgian, "District 30 candidates back on the campaign trail," November 7, 2012
- ↑ Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "5 qualify for special election in Georgia’s Senate District 30," September 14, 2012
- ↑ Atlanta Journal Constitution, "Authorities delay release of Richardson suicide report", November 16, 2009