Jason Carter jumped on the counter to be heard by the SRO crowd in Lowndes County Saturday:
education, ethical government, and health care.
Vote for Jason Carter to win the election today for Governor of Georgia!
And don’t forget all the other local, state, and national Democratic candidates.
If you’ve already voted, talk to your friends and get them to the polls.
Still need motivation? Watch the video:
When Jason Carter spoke October 12th in Albany, Georgia, early voting was
Now that’s finished, and Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th.
If you haven’t voted yet, Tuesday’s the time to take all your friends
and neighbors and go vote for Jason Carter for Governor of Georgia
and for all the other Democratic local, state, and national candidates. Continue reading →
Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia Jason Carter
returns to Valdosta this Saturday.
Come help support our next Governor,
and don’t forget to support our local and state Democratic candidates, too.
Vote today, vote tomorrow, or vote on Election Day Tuesday!
Jason Carter will be meeting and greeting:
Jason Carter for Governor
Meet and Greet
5pm Saturday 1 November 2014
Education, farming, the Carter Center, Habitat, and campaign finances.
And vote for Jason Carter for Governor of Georgia!
President Jimmy Carter spoke at ABAC in Tifton today,
and Gretchen Quarterman videoed for the Lowndes County Democratic Party.
His daddy went to ABAC to learn how to make terraces with a mule.
His family has two farms, bought in 1830 and 1904.
When he came back from the Navy, he knew little about farming,
but he felt obligated to learn.
So where did he learn how to grow cotton and peanuts?
Running unopposed for House District 177, Dexter Sharper
is helping other Democratic candidates get elected
by getting out the vote through a march to the polls
on the new Sunday voting day,
October 26th, that the
Lowndes County Democratic Party (LCDP)
got added to the voting calendar this year
only second county in the state).
And what about past and potential future precinct closings,
even though LCDP prevented any from happening this year?
On Saturday, October 18, Valdosta’s Dexter Sharper, a state
representative for Lowndes County, made a formal announcement in an
effort to encourage voting— “March to the Polls”— which
is scheduled for Sunday, October 26. In early September, Lowndes
become only the second county in Georgia to approve Sunday
voting.The ‘March to the Polls’ will commence at Valdosta Middle
School’s parking Lot and will end at the Board of Elections.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter did something she’s never done before
so she could come encourage you to vote: she left a Habitat build early
to come speak at the Lowndes County Courthouse last Thursday.
Now you can vote for Jason Carter for Governor and the rest of the
Democratic slate starting
Monday October 13th.
Carter has been in the Dallas/Fort Worth area this week,
participating in the 31st Annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work
Project, an annual week-long home building project organized by
Habitat for Humanity, a project that has occurred in a wide variety
of locations around the world since 1986, such as Chicago, India,
the Philippines, New York, Watts in Los Angeles, and Valdosta.
For the first time ever, the former first lady left the project
early, so she could campaign for Jason.
Meet and Greet for Connie Stokes for Lieutenant Governor
11:00 am October 13, 2014
LCDP Offices, 1008 Slater Street, Valdosta GA 31601
One of five women running for state-wide office in Georgia, Connie
Stokes will be in Valdosta on Monday. This is
the first day of early voting. Stop by the office to meet Connie from 11-12 and then visit
the board of elections to cast your ballot. We need to have excellent
turn out and the best ways to help people decide to vote for a
candidate is to actually meet the candidate. Bring your friends to
meet candidate Connie Stokes on Monday. You can find out more about
her campaign at
http://www.conniestokes.com, Including: Continue reading →
To encourage voting, and to support Jason Carter for governor of Georgia,
Rosalynn Carter will speak at the historic Lowndes County Courthouse
at 6PM tomorrow, Thursday, 9 October 2014 (facebook event).
Mrs. Carter is the former First Lady and grandmother of Jason Carter.
She is a founder of the
Carter Center in Atlanta,
where she chairs its
Mental Health Task Force.
She is also chair of the
Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving (RCI) at
Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus,
and she is the author or co-author of several books.
Plus she was involved in all of Jimmy Carter’s campaigns for governor of Georgia and for president of the United States.
Jason Carter debated his opponent for governor last night in Perry, Georgia.
You can watch it online.
Paid for and authorized by the Lowndes County Democratic Committee, PO Box 4198, Valdosta, GA 31604. Gretchen Quarterman, Chair; Dennis Marks, Vice-Chair (Elections); Amanda Hall, Vice Chair (Membership); Richard Saeger, Vice Chair (Qualifying); Jerrell Anderson, Secretary; James J. Parker, Treasurer. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.