Young Democrats Meeting Tonight,Thu, Feb 9, 7pm

Tell Senators Isakson & Perdue to Vote “No” on DeVos

Sign the petition. Call Senator Isakson at (202) 224-3643 and Senator Perdue at (202) 224-3521.

Meeting, Mon, Feb 6, 6:30 pm

The next meeting of the CCDC will be on Monday, February 6 at the Columbia County Government Center Auditorium, Bldg A, Ronald Reagan Drive, Evans.

Our social begins at 6:30 PM and the meeting will begin promptly at 7:00 PM.
The Scholarship Committee will be holding a Valentine’s Day prize drawing to benefit the Scholarship program.  Tickets are a $5.00 donation. See any Scholarship Committee member to enter.  The drawing will take place at the end of the meeting.
We remind you that your dues were payable in January.  If you haven’t paid for 2017, please do so at the February meeting.
Now is the time to be vigilant and get involved, come and bring a friend.

 

Pictures from Augusta Solidarity with Women’s March

Hundreds gathered at Springfield Park at 12th & Reynolds to show solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington.

See the entire album of pictures.

 

Pictures from the March on Washington

Party Chair Elizabeth Hahn and Party members Emily Greene, Aleia Ringel, Abby Brooks, Katie Daniel and Emily Ann Carrigan attended the historic Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017. Here are some of their pictures.

Check out all the pictures.

Scholarship Application Deadline <2 Months Away

Action Plan from Women’s March on Washington

Review an action plan to follow in the first 100 days following the Women’s March on Washington.

From WRDW:

Half a million people were in D.C. today for the march, including two local women who say they’re fighting for what they say are their fundamental rights.

From all over. In Washington DC, fighting for what they say are their fundamental rights. Elizabeth Brooks Hahn is the Chair of the Columbia County Democratic Party. She says she’s here representing her county, and as a mother of two daughters.

“I want them to know that we don’t have to accept words that are unacceptable. That they can stand up as strong women and be respected,” Hahn said.

Hahn says she wants to bring back a spirit of hope to the folks in Columbia County. — read more

Augusta ‘Sister March’ planned Saturday, Jan 21, 1 pm

From The Augusta Chronicle, January 16, 2017:

Augusta will host its own “Sister March” in conjunction with the Women’s March on Washington this Saturday. … A news release from Augusta Solidarity spokeswoman Jennifer Rahner says anyone concerned about women’s rights, racial equality, LGBTQ+ equality, religious rights, immigrant rights, the rights of the ill and elderly or involved with “any other progressive human rights movement” is invited to participate. … Gathering for the Augusta march begins at 1 p.m. Saturday at Springfield Village Park in downtown Augusta. The march starts at 2 p.m.— read more

Promotional T-Shirt for Augusta Solidarity with Women’s March on Washington

Donate & Spread the News to Fund this Year’s Scholarships

6066050_1478799612-2421The Columbia County Democratic Party Scholarship Committee has established an account with GoFundMe, a website dedicated to helping people collect donations for a worthy cause.  Please go to www.gofundme.com/574j2mf4 visit our campaign page and make a donation.  Also, perhaps even as important as a donation, we ask that you spread the word.  GoFundMe makes it easy for you to share this with your friends and family by posting it on your Facebook page, tweeting it, and/or emailing the information.  Please do so, notifying as many people as you can through social media.

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