ABOUT FORSYTH COUNTY, GA

Forsyth County is located in north central Georgia and according to the 2020 census, approximately 244,252 Georgians live in the county with its only city being its county seat, Cumming. Beyond the city of Cumming, this suburban/exurban county is unincorporated but is home to multiple unincorporated population centers including Big Creek, Coal Mountain, Chestatee, Daves Creek, Drew, Ducktown, Heardville, Hightower, Matt, Oscarville, Pirkle Woods, and Silver City.

 

Between 2010 and 2019, Forsyth was the fastest-growing county in Georgia and the 15th fastest-growing county in the United States and is well known for its excellent public school district. A large portion of the eastern side of Forsyth County borders on Lake Lanier making it a great place to enjoy recreation on the lake such as boating, swimming, and water skiing. 

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Forsyth County

Only City is Cumming, GA
approximately 244,252 residents in the county

Each county in Georgia has a unique story to tell. As a candidate running for US Congress, I want to celebrate the diversity GA-06 and help bring Georgians together to learn something new about each other and parts of our state you might not have ever been to or maybe even heard of. The goal is to make us all feel a bit more connected to each other, and consider that we have more in common with each other than we realize. 

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