Tickets are going fast for the Gilmer Dems Candidate Forum!
You will be able to hear and meet candidates for the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. Lunch will also be served. The cost, including lunch, is $20/person, or $12/person for students who have student ID cards.
There will be seating as well as standing room at the event. Those who pay in advance will receive priority for the seats. If you haven’t already bought your ticket, you can increase your chances of a seat if you pay online and print out your ticket at the link below:
The next Gilmer Democrats’ meeting is Thursday, February 20, at the Courthouse on the second floor. The meeting will start promptly at 6:00 p.m., and the program will include a demonstration of Georgia’s new voting machines.
PLEASE BE PROMPT AS THE SECURITY TEAM WILL CLOSE
THE BUILDING AT 6:05 P.M.
Are you concerned about the state of Immigration today? Or want to know more about candidates for President?
Get your questions answered TOMORROW, Thursday, April 18, 6:00 p.m. at Mountain Light Unitarian Universalist Church, 2502 Tails Creek Rd (Hwy76 / SR282)., Ellijay GA 30540.
Beth Williams will inform us about candidate Kamala Harris and Jack Neumeyer will present an overview of IMMIGRATION ISSUES.
A Q&A discussion will follow each presentation.
Beverages are provided. If you are willing and able, please bring a covered dish, (salad, side, entree or dessert).
Most Important, please come to share YOUR ideas about timely topics of interest to voters and important for our nation.
Gilmer Democrats normally get together on the third Thursday of each month and enjoy a Pot Luck Dinner followed by presentations and general discussion of topics of general interest to voters.
Next month, on May 16, Tom White will present an overview of Medicare for All to help us understand the complex issues of American health care, and Terry Woehr will talk about the policies envisioned by candidate Pete Butigieg.
Please feel free to invite your like-minded friends and neighbors—whether or not they are Democrats. All are welcome!
Let’s get this blue wave going with some elections enthusiasm! Join Indivisible Lumpkin, the Lumpkin County Democratic Party, the 9th District Democratic Women, the Dawson County Democratic Party, Appalachian Indivisible, and the Pickens County Democratic Party for an afternoon with state and federal candidates, food, music, and more!
Come hear them speak and meet candidates yourself, and pick up signs, swag, and everything you’ll need to fuel the upcoming midterm elections.
Confirmed speakers (List will be updated):
Josh McCall, 9th District candidate
Dawn Randolph, 5th District Public Service Commission Candidate
Otha Thornton, State School Superintendent Candidate
John Barrow, Secretary of State Candidate
The Sarah Riggs Amico Campaign
The Stacey Abrams Campaign