Author Archives: Jim Parker

LCDP Year End Celebration 2017-12-12

Come celebrate the holidays and fellowship with other Democrats in Lowndes County at the Lowndes County Democratic Party’s Year End Holiday Celebration. There will be heavy hors d’oeuvres provided, and beverages may be purchased on site. Our own Tom Hochschild will be providing music. A good time should be had by all. Tickets are twenty five dollars.

Supporting Local Business

When: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Where: Red Door Records and Cinema,
133 N. Patterson Street, Valdosta, GA

Event: facebook

Tickets: Tickets are twenty five dollars.

RSVP: Please RSVP by Friday, December 8th, so we can have an accurate idea of how many people will be coming.

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Videos: LCDP BBQ 2017-07-06

Lowndes County Democratic Party meetings are always informative and even inspiring. In May, we had Corey Hull, of the Valdosta-Lowndes Metroplitan Planning Organization (VLMPO), who updated us on public transportation.

At our July Annual BBQ we were joined by a number of local Democratic candidates who shared with us why they were running for office. We were also joined by Sarah Todd, Democratic Party of Georgia Vice Chair for County Parties, and Claudia Collier, Democratic Party of Georgia Greening Chair. You’ve already seen a few pictures from the BBQ. Here are videos from that fine day, July 6, 2017.

Vivian Miller-Cody, Valdosta City Council, District 1

Videos: Transportation at Monthly Meeting 2017-05-01

The Lowndes County Democratic Party is a strong advocate for a public transportation system in Lowndes County. At our May, 2017, meeting, we hosted Corey Hull, of the Valdosta-Lowndes Metroplitan Planning Organization (VLMPO) and person most responsible for doing the legwork to move this issue forward. Things are slowly moving forward, but it still needs citizen support and input to our local politicians that have the ultimate say whether or not we will have public transportation in Lowndes County.

We must continue to lobby our local officials in favor of Continue reading