Author Archives: Editor

Entreupreuneur Workshop to Focus on Women’s Wealth Gap – GPBI

May 2, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Agnes Scott College, Frannie Graves Auditorium, Campbell Hall “Georgia boasts the second-highest growth rate of women-owned businesses in the country. Our state is home to 522,200 women-owned firms employing 283,100 people and contributing roughly $56 billion to the economy. But despite the growth, trouble looms when it comes to women-owned […]
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Know your Democratic Presidential Candidates

From QUARTZ  From NPR Two of the better compilations of  current  and updating Democratic Candidates.

We are Having a Picnic and you are Invited!

Our 9th DDWN Spring Meeting, twill be held from Noon-2pm on Saturday May 11th at Meeks Park, located at 490 Meeks Park Road in Blairsville. We’ve secured Pavilion #3, which is a truly beautiful setting down by the river. So in honor of the next day being Mother’s Day, we encourage everyone to come and […]
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NDTC Blue Bench Training Program

The  DPG will be partnering with the National Democratic Training Committee to host a Blue Bench Training Program to build up our next strong group of Democratic candidates, staff, and local parties. Georgia is the battleground state for 2020, and programs like this are exactly what we need to build our momentum and stay ready […]
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Reminder on Delegate Selection Plan

We have one week left for public comment on our draft plan for delegate selection to the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Our party is committed to making Georgia’s delegate selection an inclusive and diverse process, and we look forward to hearing from many members of the public. We hope that Georgians across the state, especially […]
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Save the Date! – May 11

Please Join Us For Our 9th District Democratic Women’s Network Spring Meeting Meeks Park 490 Meeks Park Road  Down by the River in Blairsville Saturday May 11 at Noon   Our Speaker will be Anita Tucker who will be speaking about Candidate Recruitment and Running for office.  Anita  has run for office twice and is […]
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