10th Congressional District to Hold Delegate Training for 2016 Democratic National Convention

Democratic Party of Georgia 10th Congressional District to Hold Delegate Training for 2016 Democratic National Convention
 
Greene County, GA – On Saturday, February 13, 2016, the Democratic Party of Georgia 10th District Chair will host a delegate selection training in preparation for the 2016 Democratic National Convention.  This training is the first step for the 10th Congressional District in the delegate selection process, culminating with Georgia sending a delegation of more than 125 Georgia Democrats to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July.

Any individual who is registered to vote in Georgia in this congressional district and is a Georgia Democrat is encouraged to participate in this training and learn the mechanics of the delegate selection process.
To learn more about the Georgia Delegation and the process, visit the Democratic Party of Georgia’s website at georgiademocrat.org.
“The spirit of the Democratic Party is one of inclusion, and our district’s delegates will emulate that spirit,” said Democratic Party of Georgia 10th Congressional District Chair Melinda Riderin a statement. “Even if a Georgia Democrat has never participated in a Party activity, we encourage them to attend this training and learn how they can have a front-row seat when our Party nominates the next President of the United States. Georgians of all ages, color, and backgrounds will comprise a diverse delegation that truly represents the best of our state.”
Ken Dious,      Vice Chair of the 10th District Democratic Party, Athens Attorney and former Candidate for Congress for the 10th District, will lead the training session.
WHO:              Interested Georgia Democrats
WHAT:            10th Congressional District delegate selection training
WHEN:            Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 11:00 am
WHERE:           Evans Lounge
                        1991 E. Broad Street
                        Greensboro, GA
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