July Democratic Women’s Luncheon

Please join us for a very informative and meaningful Democratic Women’s Luncheon.

Tres Hamilton

Since 1967, Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority, Inc has been providing a pathway to self-sufficiency for individuals facing challenging times.
Tres Hamilton is currently Mission & Vision Staff, Board of Directors and Success Stories Community Action Network Source administrator.
Over the years, the organization has evolved into a multi-faceted agency providing innovative, high quality programs and services; working to empower the people of Coastal Georgia with the knowledge, skills and support needed to elevate their quality of life.
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Great turnout at Debate Watch Party.

Thursday, June 27th the Glynn County Democratic Party hosted a debate watch party at SchroGlo in Brunswick. The turnout was exceptional for a county the size of Glynn. Also included was representation from the newly elected Glynn Dems committee members, a Field Organizer for the State Biden-Harris campaign who now offices in Brunswick, and a number of new supporters of Democratic effort in the Golden Isles.

In this extremely important election year the Glynn Dems are focusing on protecting Democracy and protecting Women’s Reproductive Rights as well as continuing the successes of the current administration. They will continue their active social outreach and involvement in Brunswick and Glynn County.

Glynn Dems Chair Olga with her favorite aviators.

Glynn County Biden-Harris office opening.

You are invited to the opening of the State Democratic Party of Georgia along with the Biden-Harris campaign office in Glynn County.
The opening ceremony will be held at the Glynn County Democratic office at 1919 Glynn Avenue, Suite 7 on Saturday June 15th at 10am.
Come out to support united efforts to reelect President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Speakers: Olga McKenzie, Chair Glynn Dems

District 5 Commissioner , Allen Booker

Brunswick Mayor, Cosby Johnson

Brunswick City Council, Kendra Rolle