Democratic National Convention

As we get ready for the Democratic National Convention, we want to make sure you have the latest information as we countdown to August.

Anchored in Milwaukee, the 2020 Democratic National Convention will be a “Convention Across America” — engaging and uniting all Americans. This year’s convention will reach beyond the expected, show the American people what we stand for, and launch Joe Biden to victory in November.

Here are some things you can do right now to get ready for the convention:

  • Follow @DemConvention on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for exclusive content and convention updates.
  • Add your voice to the 2020 Democratic Party Platform and share your story and the issues that matter to you.
  • Remind a friend to watch the convention and tune in August 17-20.
  • In the coming weeks, we’ll keep you updated on new and exciting ways you can share your stories and ideas with the Democratic National Convention.

Twitter: @DemConvention
Instagram: @DemConvention

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Want to vote from home in the  Nov. 3rd General Election?
How to request an Absentee Ballot

1) Print or request an application:

  • Print an Absentee Ballot Application from the My Voter Page of the Georgia Secretary of State website.
  • Call the Board of Elections at (912) 554-7060 and request a pre-filled Absentee Ballot Application.

2) Submit application:

  • Drop-box or Mail. 

Glynn County Board of Elections
              1815 Gloucester St.
               Brunswick, GA 31520

  • Fax. 1-888-870-1374
  • Email. The Board of Elections will accept a picture of your Absentee Ballot Application via email. Take a picture of the entire application page (including the top with your name and the bottom with your signature) and email it to

If you have any questions regarding voting, please call the Board of Elections at (912) 554-7060.

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

Peaches to Beaches 2020

Stop by the Glynn Dems tables at booth 95 and 96 this Friday and Saturday March 13 and 14th! We will be at Mary Ross Park 8 am to 5 pm both days.