A Licensed Pharmacist, a full-time Realtor and a Hoschton City Council member, Tracy Jordan graduated from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy and spent 27 years helping sick people get better. Jordan purchased West Jackson Medicine Center in 1996 where she operated a successful Business before merging with another Independent Pharmacy in 2015. In addition to serving a second term on the Hoschton City Council, she owns her own business in Hoschton and sells properties all across Georgia. Her spare time is spent with her Fiancé Sam, family and friends, rescue dog Carolina, and horses Sugar and Majorette.
During her career, she saw Georgia consumers and businesses forced to fight their insurance companies for claim payments and timely reimbursements. As Georgia's next Insurance Commissioner, Tracy will serve the people and make sure insurance providers keep their promises!
Auto insurance providers should no longer be allowed to raise their rates without approval from Georgia's Insurance Commissioner.
Health insurance providers will reimburse claims within 30 days or be fined.