Join the Glynn Dems Committee

Looking to get more involved?

We are fired up for the 2024 General Election and excited to continue the momentum of 2022 and 2023.

Looking to get more involved? Step up to lead and join our committee at the 2024 Glynn Dems Caucus election on June 24, 2024 at our office in Lanier Plaza.

Positions Open for 2024 Election
(You must be a Glynn County resident and registered to vote)

District 1 Post  1

District 2 Post 1 

District 3 Post 1

District 4 Post 2

District 5 Post 1

At-Large Post 2 , Post 4 , Post 6, Post 7 and Post 8

*Members will take office on July 1, 2024 and serve a 4-year term or 2-year term depending on the post.

Take a look at the Glynn Dems Committee Bylaws under About Us on the Glynn Dems website to learn more about the committee.

If you are interested in running or have any questions, please contact Olga McKenzie at .

May Democratic Women’s Luncheon

Please join us as we welcome Ragan Flowers, House of Hope, Brunswick, Ga.
House of Hope is a 501(c)3 safe house with a 12 month program.
This is a place for refuge and recovery.
It serves girls traumatized by sex trafficking or at risk of becoming sex trafficking victims.
I’m sure you will find Ragan to be informative and enlightening

All Democrats, Women and guests are invited to our monthly luncheon to be held on Thursday May 9, 2024 at Halyard’s Restaurant at 12:30 PM

April Women’s Democratic Luncheon Recap

The Democratic Women’s Luncheon was held on 04/11, at the Methodist Church in Brunswick.
Guest speakers were Patti Hewitt, candidate for Georgia’s First Congressional District and Rebekah Moore, candidate for Georgia House of Representatives, district 167.
Both candidates are committed to working for families and the under-served in their respective positions.
These include women’s rights, stronger families and stronger communities, strengthening public education, better health care,
coastal protection, diversity and social justice and most important, democracy for all.

More Reasons to Vote Democratic in 2024.

  • Women’s Healthcare  In 2016, Trump ran for president promising
    to appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade.
    Once he got into office, that’s exactly what he did. Trump said it
    himself: he owns the dire state of access to reproductive care in
  • Medicaid Expansion With the 2024 legislative session wrapped,
    Georgia Republicans once again blocked full Medicaid expansion
    this session, lining up instead behind Kemp’s failed “Pathways to
    Coverage” health care program that has enrolled fewer than 3,500
    Georgians while costing taxpayers millions of dollars— 90% of
    which  has gone to administrative fees instead of health care for
    Georgians who need it. 
  • Private School Vouchers Republicans also sided with private
    corporations over Georgia voters when they passed their  deeply
    unpopular  private school voucher scheme – a bill that will defund
    public schools and reduce teacher hiring especially affecting Rural
    Georgia in favor of unaccountable private schools.
  • Biden Campaign in Georgia The Biden campaign is staffing up
    in Georgia, opening offices, and laying the groundwork to win.
    President Biden knows that the road to the White House runs
    through Georgia – and the Biden campaign is investing in the Peach
    State accordingly. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s floundering
    campaign has  one staffer , no offices, and is resorting to  failed
    former Senators  and  right-wing billionaires  to pay the legal fees he
    keeps racking up to prop up his bid in Georgia.
  • Clean Energy Thanks to President Biden and Democrats’ Inflation
    Reduction Act investing in Georgia, the Peach State  now ranks first
    nationally  in clean energy projects AND  first for most jobs promised by new clean energy projects!

April 2024 Glynn Dems Community Meeting

This month’s guest speaker at the Glynn Dems Community meeting is      Kendra Davenport Cotton.

She is a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience building and cultivating relationships to advance a favorable public image and positive strategic agenda for the individuals and organizations that she serves.  
Ms. Cotton is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the New Georgia Project Action Fund.

NGP Action Fund (501c4) increases the civic participation of the New Georgia Majority—Black, Latinx, AAPI, and young Georgians—and other historically marginalized communities by building grassroots political power in support of progressive leaders, policies, and issues.

Kendra was the founding executive director of Rep GA Institute, Inc., Georgia’s statewide c3, nonpartisan leadership training HUB, as well as its c4 arm, Represent Georgia Action Network.
Before this role, she was the campaign manager for the successful Georgia Association of Educators’ Vote “NO” on Amendment 1 statewide ballot initiative during the November 2016 election cycle.
A staunch public-school and voting rights advocate, Kendra is a Diamond Life Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and resides in Powder Springs, GA with her husband Michael and their three children, Jarah, Kael, and Rhys.
The Community Meeting will be held on April 22, 2024 at  6:30PM at the Glynn Dems Office, 1919 Glynn Ave #7, Brunswick GA.
Light refreshments will be served.