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Maxine Waters Asks if You’re Going to Attend the Democratic Party of Georgia’s State Dinner

If you wish to attend, please contact Sarah Moody at

 In just a few days, I’m coming to Atlanta to deliver the keynote address at the Democratic Party of Georgia’s State Dinner.
I’ve been watching Georgia—especially the 6th Congressional District race. There is a fire burning in Georgia—and throughout this nation—and it’s growing. We’ve united to tell Donald Trump and his buddies that enough is enough, and we will never give them a free pass.
We will resist.
Now is not the time to play nice. Donald Trump ran on a platform of hate and fear, and now he’s governing the same way. The man who bragged about grabbing women now has influence to deny them of their basic rights. The man who praised Vladimir Putin is now surrounded by a cabinet that champions the Kremlin agenda and stonewalls investigations into their own shady ties to a hostile foreign government.
But, thanks to members of the resistance—activists just like you—I am inspired and more determined than ever to hold these Republicans accountable. They can try and pull whatever stunts they want, but I am unbothered, unimpressed, and have zero tolerance for their agenda.
Stay woke and see you on the 20th,
Representative Maxine Waters

Apr 13, 7 pm – “Lifting the Veil” Program

Thursday, April 13, 2017, 7:00 PM, at the Islamic Society of Augusta, 465 Old Evans Road, in Martinez, Noha Bakr presents the next installment of the monthly religious dialogue program, “Lifting the Veil.” Read more of this post

Bulloch County NAACP Youth Council Teen Summit, Statesboro, Apr 22, 4 pm

Sat, Apr 15, 9 AM – Walt Williams Appreciation Breakfast with Ed Tarver, former US Attorney

“Strength in Diversity” – The Richmond County Democratic Party hosts the Walt Williams Appreciation Breakfast to honor our Democratic Party elected officials. Sat Apr 15, 9 AM at the historic Richmond on The Green, 725 Greene St. $25.00 Per Person

Augusta Take Back the Day/Night Activities

Here is the information on the Take Back the Day/Night activities coming up this week and next week.
4/17: Eat at Buffalo Wild Wings (120 Robert C Daniel Parkway) to raise money for victims of sexual assault (Rape Crisis Center)
4/18: Eat at Bee’s Knees (Wine night!) to raise money for victims of sexual assault (Rape Crisis Center)
4/19: Movie Night: The Hunting Ground, Augusta University @ The Douglas Barnard Amphitheater (2500 Walton Way) at 7:30 PM
4/20: Take Back the Night Rally – Maxwell Performing Arts (Augusta University): Party Table – 5:00 PM Setup, 6-7 PM Table Time, 7-8 PM Speakers

Volunteer to Be a Caucus Leader

Our Committee/Party needs to designate caucus leaders at the local level that will engage key populations in the county and coordinate with the matching caucuses at the state level.  So, I am looking for leaders in the following caucuses:

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Join Swing Left for a Day of Canvassing Apr 15 #FlipThe6th #Georgia

Better Georgia has sent an update and urgent appeal to support John Ossoff in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.

Progressive Georgians across the state are proving yet again that they know how to fight back during the Trump era.

Jon Ossoff, the progressive 6th Congressional District candidate, is dominating in the polls and early voting has already begun. And that’s not even what we think about his campaign. That’s what 11Alive says. —– read more  —–


2017 Georgia Legislative Review with Senator Harold Jones

Harold Jones profile

Hear Georgia State Senator Harold Jones (District 22) discuss highlights of the 1st half of the 2017-18 Georgia legislative session. The event is Tuesday, April 11 at 6 pm on the Summerville Campus of Augusta University in the Science Building Room W1002. See the map below. Read more of this post

CSRA March for Science, Apr 22, 3 pm

CSRA March for ScienceSaturday, April 22, 2017
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
near Golf and Garden’s Property
11th St and Tatnall St., Augusta, GA

The March for Science champions robustly funded and publicly communicated science
as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.
We unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common good
and for political leaders and policy makers to enact evidence based policies in the public interest. Read more of this post

Join Georgia Democrats for #Flipthe6th Weekend of Action

You can either travel to the 6th District and knock on doors or make calls from wherever you are. Sign up here!