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Municipal Qualifying at LCDP Monthly Meeting 2017-08-07

Qualifying Chair James LaPlant will discuss local elections and Elections Supervisor Deb Cox will go over the exact process for qualifying to run in the local elections. Qualifying is this month so come to this meeting to find out how to run, who’s already interested in running, and find candidates to support (or run yourself).

James LaPlant Deb Cox

When: 6PM Monday, August 7th, 2017

Where: Mama Junes Restaurant, 3286 Inner Perimeter Road, Valdosta, Georgia 31602

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Videos of Voting Rights & Voter Suppression; LCDP Monthly Meeting 2015-10-05

Very interesting discussion in these videos of the October LCDP meeting and panel discussion with Reverend Floyd Rose, Deb Cox (Supervisor of Elections), George Boston Rhynes, and Dr. Tom Aiello.

Below are links to the videos, followed by a video playlist. You can become an LCDP member or renew today to help elect Democrats! Continue reading

Voting Rights & Voter Suppression; LCDP Monthly Meeting 2015-10-05

Please join our discussion about voting rights and voter suppression. Protect My Vote Guest speakers include:

  • Reverend Floyd Rose,
  • Deb Cox (Supervisor of Elections),
  • George Boston Rhynes, and
  • Dr. Tom Aiello.

The meeting will take place at Mama June’s Restaurant on Inner Perimeter Rd., but you do not need to purchase a meal to join in.

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After SRO for Dr. LaPlant, LCDP moves to bigger hall for business speakers in March

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Valdosta, February 5th, 2015 — Two rooms filled and standing in the hall, so many people came to hear Dr. James LaPlant talk about how Georgia is “in play”, that the Lowndes County Democratic Party (LCDP) is moving to a bigger venue for its March meeting.

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Videos: GA Rep. Dexter Sharper District 177 @ LCDP 2015-01-05

After a pot luck supper at the new location at the party office, new chair Tom Hochschild presided over a standing-room-only crowd that heard Deb Cox, Dexter Sharper, Demarcus Marshall, and J.D. Rice.

Lowndes County Elections Supervisor Deb Cox said there’s a special election in Lake Park for an unexpired City Council seat, poll workers are needed, and you can register to vote online.

Dexter Sharper, re-elected from District 177 (Valdosta and parts of Lowndes County) to the Georgia House, spoke about the need for early financial education, for gun safety instruction should be required to get a firearm permit, and for medical certification for coroner positions throughout the state of Georgia. Rep. Sharper is a paramedic, so he’s had Continue reading

March to the Polls with Dexter Sharper 2014-10-26

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 only second county in the state). And what about past and potential future precinct closings, even though LCDP prevented any from happening this year?

Patrick Davis wrote for the Examiner 20 October 2014, House District 177: Valdosta’s Dexter Sharper announces ‘March to the Polls’,

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.

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Sunday Voting

There will be Sunday voting in some elections in Lowndes County.

Monday I sent a letter (PDF) requesting Sunday Voting to the Lowndes County Board of Elections on behalf of the Lowndes County Democratic Committee.

Tuesday, September 9th, at their regularly scheduled meeting, the Board of Elections discussed this request and voted in the affirmative to have 1/2 day of Sunday voting on the day after Saturday voting in years where there are federal candidates on the ballot.

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