Local elections affect you more than any other, and you can help.
come meet Democratic Party candidates who are seeking help with their campaigns. Elected leaders, experienced candidates, and experienced volunteers will be on hand to provide advice and assistance.
The meeting will
take place at Mama June’s restaurant on Inner Perimeter Road but you
do not need to purchase food to attend.
Do you have good ideas and a passion for helping others? Do you know
someone who would represent our community with integrity? Would you
like to be part of a campaign team this season? Please come to the
Lowndes County Democratic Party’s Candidate Recruitment & Volunteer
Training Workshop at Mama June’s Restaurant (3286 Inner Perimeter
Rd, Valdosta). In addition to learning the responsibilities of open
positions, past candidates will be on hand to help you plan a
When: 6PM Monday February 1st 2016
Mama June’s restaurant, 3286 Inner Perimeter Road.
You do not need to purchase food to join in the discussion.
Where can you vote on Tuesday May 20th,
which is Election Day for the Special Election for Lowndes County
Commission District 5, for
the Lowndes County Board of Education,
and for the elections for judges?
Remember, they’re not in November: Tuesday May 20th
is the election for these races,
unless there’s a runoff.
Plus Tuesday is Primary Election Day for the Georgia
statehouse, statewide offices, and U.S. Congress.
You can find your polling place in
My Voter Page by the Georgia Secretary of State.
Or you can zoom and pan on the
VALOR GIS Election Boundary Map.
Turnout matters: elections are often won by a handful of votes.
After you find your polling place, please call your friends and neighbors
and help them find theirs.
For a longer list to call, contact Gretchen.
Turnout is at 4% so far, with the other party voting twice
as many in early voting.
Call your friends.
Contact Gretchen; she’ll get you a call list.
Contact a candidate; they’ll get you a walklist.
Local elections affect you directly: water, sewer, trash, roads, education,
taxes, and laws.
It’s time to get people out and vote!
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!! Get out to VOTE this week from 7am-7pm for
EARLY VOTING at 2808 Oak Street! This is a VERY Important Primary
Election……..The Last day to vote in the Primary Election is MAY
20th! PLEASE PEOPLE!! Don’t be a person that only vote during the
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION…..People DIED for us to VOTE in ALL
Non-partisan elections for the Lowndes County School board will be held on May 20th.
Candidates for school board have been invited to the LCDP April 7th meeting to give brief presentations and answer questions.
Seats 1, 2, 3 are all up for election.
District 1 incumbent, Mike Davis will face challenger Bobby Watford.
Fred Wetherington, incumbent in District 2 has chosen not to run, so that is an open seat, with three candidates qualified, Eric Johnson, Tara Parker and Mark Barber.
District 3 incumbent, Brian Browning, is running unopposed.
Please come hear the candidates on April 7th and then make sure that you visit the polls during early voting (April 28 – May 16) or on election day May 20th and cast your ballot in the Lowndes County School Board election.
Paid for and authorized by the Lowndes County Democratic Committee, PO Box 4198, Valdosta, GA 31604. Tom Hochschild (Chair); Gretchen Quarterman (Secretary); Dennis Marks (Vice-Chair Elections); Glenn Ritchie (Vice Chair Membership); Richard Saeger (Vice Chair Qualifying); James J. Parker (Treasurer). Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.