An information filled week ahead for Democrats


What a full week ahead for North Georgia Democrats! Beginning with the Johnny Isakson Town Hall on Monday with carpools and caravans filling with constituents determined to be heard.   Tuesday Pickens County is hosting exciting candidate for Insurance Commissioner Cindy Zellin. Then travel to the White Couuty 9thDDWN Forum on Climate Change Thursday evening. Friday march with the Indivisible Suffragist Sisters of Georgia.  Saturday Habersham County is hosting the DPG Fall Tour which includes an open Town Hall.  Mix the political informative tour with the Get off the Grid Fest in Blairsville over the weekend and end it all enjoying the spectacle of a total solar eclipse. 

August 14 Monday

6:30 p.m.
Senator Johnny Isakson Town Hall Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw Ga


Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center
488 Prillaman Way
Kennesaw, Ga. 30144
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

The event is open to the public, and seating will be available on a first come, first served basis. . Parking will be available for visitors at the Central Parking Deck at Parliament Garden Way indicated on the map, and an attendant will direct overflow vehicles to the closest available parking location.

Ok Activists – here is your chance to tell Senator Isakson EXACTLY what you think of his performance so far this year! I hope to see you there! Doors open at 6:00 PM. I have been told that is the first day of school and parking will be a mess. Get there early!
Thank you for your interest in participating in a town hall meeting.   Anita Tucker email
Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center
From Lumpkin County: “We are leading a carpool to Kennesaw, leaving the Dahlonega Home Depot at 3:00pm. Will you join us?
All Georgians are welcome. Come and raise your voice!”

August 15 Tuesday


6:30 p.m.
Pickens County Democratic Committee.   Featured speaker will be Cindy Zeldin, Democratic Candidate for Georgia Insurance Commissioner. Chattahoochee Technical College, Cherokee Hall, 100 Campus Dr., Jasper, GA.Please RSVPto

 August 17 Thursday

climate6:30 PM

White County Forum  on the Environment with Rob Mishler of Greening Georgia.  Dr. Jim Smoot, Former Head of Earth Sciences, NASA Mr. Daniel Blackman, Environmental Working Group;

Roy Ash Building 153 East Kytle Street Cleveland, Georgia 30528
Details Here

August 18 Friday


1 PM – 5 PM
Indivisible March in honor of the 19th Amendment Anniversary
Public · Hosted by Iindivisible Suffragist Sisters of Georgia Liberty Plaza, Capitol Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30334.
View Invitation Here.

August 19 Saturday

The Georgia Democratic Party Summer Tour/Fall comes to the 9th District at Clarkesville’s Recreation and Aquatics Center.

“All Democrats are invited to join the Democratic Party of Georgia’s statewide Summer Tour which will highlight the lessons, victories, energy, and grassroots activism of our Party. Local Democrats, state and local legislators, and affiliates are expected to make a strong showing at each stop. The Habersham Democratic County Committee is pleased to sponsor a regional event as part of the tour.”   Habersham County Democratic Party

Representatives of the DPG will be meeting in closed sessions during the day for strategy planning with officers and committees of District county parties.

Town Hall, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. – The time allocation and agenda  has been set Two hours that will be open to all North Georgia grassroots Democrats. This will feature all the DPG officials, state Democratic candidates and Democrats from all across the 9th District.  There will be a 30-45 minute period in which attendees will be able to ask questions. Questions must be submitted in writing on cards that will be available at the venue.

As the Democratic Party of Georgia continues building a well-oiled GOTV machine, we need every local voter to engage and be a part of the building process. We share the common goal to elect and appoint citizens to serve on all levels of government who are equipped to fight for the rights of everyone. Our focus as a Party is on ensuring those qualified candidates are recruited, trained, elected, and held accountable.

The Party needs the experience and knowledge of every local Democrat if we are going to flip the State of Georgia from red to BLUE. Let’s come together and fight back.”  – DPG

August 18 through August 20
Fri – Sun

Get Off The Grid Fest  Union County Saddle Club  73 Saddle Club DR. Blairsville, GA

Nonpartisan.  No Politics

August 21 Monday The Eclipse