We have candidates in almost every race this year. With only a couple of weeks left before the qualifying period (March 5-9), we still need candidates for the County Board of Commissioners in District 3 and District 4.
Have you ever thought that you should run for public office? This could be your year. If you live in District 3 or District 4 and you want to make our county government more responsive to the people in your district, we need you. To find out what it takes, click here now to go to GlynnDemocrats.org for a job description, time requirements, pay, qualifying, and to read and download our Candidate Handbook. There is still time. Call Steve Spears at (912) 638-8373 with your questions.
6:00 p.m., January 18, 2018
2302 Townsend St., #3
Brunswick, GA 31520
Four duly elected members of the Glynn County Democratic Committee have resigned their positions on the Committee for various reasons. The resulting vacancies are:
District 2 – one (1) District Representative position.
District 3 – one (1) District Representative position.
District 4 – two (2) District Representative positions.
The Chair of the Committee, Audrey Gibbons, has called a Special Meeting of the Executive Committee for 6:00 p.m. on January 18, 2018, in her offices located at 2302 Townsend Street, Suite #3 in Brunswick to elect by secret ballot the new appointees to fill those vacancies.
Any Glynn Dem interested to become a candidate for appointment to one of these Committee positions should contact Audrey Gibbons by email at email@example.com.
A candidate must reside in the County Commission District to qualify to run for the District Representative position in that District.
In their emails to Ms. Gibbons, interested Glynn Dems should include the following:
The position to which they would like to be appointed.
Their contact information.
A statement certifying that they are qualified for the position they are seeking by virtue of their residency
An indication either (i) that they will attend the Special Meeting and speak in support of their candidacy, or (ii) that they will not attend the Special Meeting but are enclosing a statement in support of their candidacy.
All candidates who wish to support their candidacy in person must arrive at the Special Meeting and sign-in by 6:00 p.m. to be considered for appointment.
Join Glynn Democrats on Monday, Nov. 27th at 7 PM for Focus on Education during our regular monthly membership meeting.
First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
1400 Norwich Street
Special guests will include members of the Glynn County Board of Education and Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Services, Sung Hui Lewis, who will be participating in a panel discussion addressing questions about public education in Glynn County. If you would like to submit a question, please use the form below or click here.
As promised, CNN commentator Bakari Sellers will be in Brunswick on Oct. 5 to speak to the Glynn County Democratic Party.
Sellers was elected to South Carolina’s House of Representatives in 2006 – at age 22 — where he served until 2014. A graduate of Morehouse College and the University of South Carolina law school, Sellers was featured in Time Magazine as one of their “40 under 40” among many other honors.
Join fellow Dems at 6 p.m. for a “Meet and Greet” with a cash bar. Sellers will speak at 7 p.m. Candidates for the upcoming 2017 and 2018 local elections are also expected.
Those who attended the Aug. 12 annual Democratic Party banquet are invited as preferred guests for the evening. Tickets are free, but please click to reserve your preferred space. Free, general admission tickets are available to all while the supply lasts. Come and bring your friends!
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