Glynn County Board of Elections adds two new ballot drop boxes.

The Glynn County Board of Elections has added 2 additional Ballot-Only drop boxes for your voting convenience.

One is located at the Ballard Community Building (30 Nimitz Drive) and the other is at SSI Fire Station #2 (1929 Demere).

These boxes are for ballots only and no other election materials will be accepted at these locations. The drop box at our office (1815 Gloucester) is open for ballots and all elections/voter registration materials. The deadline to register to vote in November is October 5.

Help us get out the vote.

With no time to waste and much work to do…
How will you help reach every possible voter?

Phone bank sign ups:
Thursdays 5:30-7:30 pm
Fridays 5:00-7:00 pm

If these times don’t work for you, email Payton Gannon our DPG Organizer at to get set up to phone bank on your own schedule.
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8 Democrats qualify for 2020 Glynn County races

Eight Democratic candidates from Glynn County have qualified to run in seven of the local partisan races being contested this year. Our candidates have qualified for the State Legislature, Glynn County Commission, Glynn County Board of Education and the Glynn County Tax Commissioner.

“This is the largest slate of local Democratic candidates in over two decades,” said GlynnDems Chairwoman Julie Jordan. “We are thrilled to field such a qualified and diverse group of candidates that will run to make a difference for all members of our community.”

The Democratic General Primary, including the presidential primary, will be June 9. Early voting begins May 18. The General Election will be Nov. 3.

The newly qualified candidates are:

State Legislature
Julie Jordan, House District 179

Glynn County Board of Commissioners
At-large Post 2
Fred Griffith
Taylor Ritz

District 2
Julian “Puddy” Smith

District 5
Allen Booker (incumbent)

Glynn County Board of Education
At-Large Post 2
Regina Johnson

District 5
Audrey Gibbons

Glynn County Tax Commissioner
Trina Rankin

Opening for Democratic state committee member

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Glynn County Democratic Committee is taking applications for one regular member to the State Committee of the Democratic Party of Georgia, to fill out a four-year term.

The Glynn County Democratic Committee Executive Committee will hold the election at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at the monthly committee meeting, 1919 Glynn Ave., Suite 7, Brunswick, GA, 31520.

To qualify as a State Committee member, you must be registered to vote in Glynn County and provide proof of residence. If you wish to be considered, please file a notification of candidacy with Julie Jordan, chairwoman of the Glynn County Democratic Committee. Candidates also must sign a Democratic Party Affidavit.

All correspondence should be sent to

A one-minute speech may be made, on the day of the election, by those seeking to be delegates or alternates.

You can read the Democratic Party of Georgia bylaws at…/up…/2015/06/DPG-BYLAWS.pdf

The state party committee elects congressional district chairs, officers of the Democratic Party of Georgia and Georgia members of the Democratic National Committee.

Openings on Glynn County Democratic Committee

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that three vacancies exist in the Glynn County Democratic Committee. The vacancies will be filled by election of the remaining Committee members, as proscribed in our bylaws. The committee is a 16-member volunteer body that promotes the activities of the Georgia Democratic Party in Glynn County, including recruiting candidates, supporting nominees, qualifying candidates, raising money, and electing representatives to the state party.

Current vacancies:
• One District 1 representative (term ends Nov. 2020, presidential election cycle)

• Two District 3 representatives (one term ends Nov. 2020, presidential election cycle; one term ends Nov. 2022, presidential cycle)

The representatives will be elected to the committee to fill out the current four-year term for each position, designated as either presidential or gubernatorial cycle.

The election will be held by the Executive Committee at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at 1919 Glynn Ave., Suite 7, Brunswick GA 31520. A single, one-minute speech may be made to the committee on the day of the election.

If you are interested, send a letter or email by March 18, 2020, to Committee Chairwoman Julie Jordan, at Include your address so we can confirm in which district you live. Questions? E-mail Julie Jordan. Web site: