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Vote today: primary and Lowndes County School Board 2018-05-22

Today is Election Day for the primary and for school board in Lowndes County:

When: 7AM – 7PM, Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Where: In your precinct
See Georgia MyVoter, which also has sample ballots.
More about candidates below.


Precincts, Vote
PDF Precincts Map

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Vote in the Primary: LCDP Monthly Meeting 2018-05-07

Dexter Sharper (District 177) will report on the Georgia statehouse legislative session.

Early voting is open now. We need to encourage Democrats to vote

  1. in the Democratic Primary,
  2. for Lowndes County School Board candidates,
  3. on T-SPLOST. Do we wish to take a position on T-SPLOST?

Tickets will be available for $25.00 for the LCDP Annual BBQ, which will be held at Mathis Auditorium, June 2, 2018.

When: 6PM Monday, May 7, 2018

Where: Dexter Sharper Center
2153 Bemiss Road, Valdosta, Georgia 31602-1940

What: Vote in the Primary: Monthly LCDP Meeting

Event: facebook

See separate post for details on districts, and candidates for Georgia statehouse and other statewide offices, Public Service Commission, Lowndes County Board of Education, Lowndes County Commission, and U.S. Congress.

Dexter Sharper Center

You can become an LCDP member or renew today to help elect Democrats!

About the Lowndes County Democratic Party

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Find polling places for Election Day Tuesday

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.

600x546 Precinct Boundaries, in Precincts, by John S. Quarterman, for LCDP, 18 May 2014