County Commissioner Allen Booker will speak at the next general membership meeting, March 25. Booker represents District 5. Continue reading “Monthly Meeting: March 25 at First United Methodist”
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Cedric King and Julie Jordan were elected Feb. 25 to serve as members of the Democratic Party of Georgia State Committee. The Executive Committee of the Glynn County Democratic Committee voted on the two new members at its Feb. 25 meeting.
The role of the state committee is to elect party chairs for each congressional district, elect officers of the Democratic Party of Georgia and elect Georgia members of the Democratic National Committee.
Members of the Glynn County Democrats Executive Committee will hold the election on Monday, Feb. 25, 5:30 p.m., at the Miller Building, First United Methodist Church of Brunswick, 1400 Norwich St., Brunswick GA 31520.
To qualify as a State Committee Member, you must be registered to vote in Glynn County and provide proof of residence. Please notify Julie Jordan, Chair of the Glynn County Democratic Committee, of your intention to run, by Monday, Feb. 18. Candidates also must sign a Democratic Party Affidavit, on Monday, Feb. 25, prior to the election.
All correspondence should be sent, by email, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A single, one-minute speech may be made by those seeking to be delegates or alternates, on the day of the election.
You can read the Democratic Party of Georgia bylaws at https://www.georgiademocrat.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/DPG-BYLAWS.pdf.