We have t-shirts!

We have new styled Gwinnett Democratic Party t-shirts in stock. They come in v-neck, and of course we have the old style round neck. The cost is $10 for one sided t-shirt and $15 for two sided t-shirt.

Come to the business meeting this Tuesday to purchase one!

 

WHEN: Tuesday August 23, 2016
TIME: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
WHERE: 535 Indian Trail Rd, Suite I Lilburn, GA 30047 map

Vote From Home

Vote from the comfort of your own home. No more trekking down to the polling place or waiting in line.

What you say? How on earth do I do THAT? Vote from Home? Isn’t that Voter Fraud? Has Internet voting finally arrived?

Not exactly. Folks have been voting from home for a long long time. They simply get an

ABSENTEE BALLOT

When you apply for an absentee ballot, a ballot is sent to your home where you can fill it out and mail it back in. And you can request your absentee ballot up to 180 days prior to an election.

How do you get one? You must complete the application before you can receive your absentee ballot. You can find the form on-line or contact the Voter Registrations and Elections Division at 678.226.7210 to request an application by mail or fax.

Don’t forget your college student!

An absentee ballot is perfect for the college student who is living away from home but still keeps their residence with you. Forward this email to your student and tell them about the absentee ballot. Tell them not to delay filling out the application or the ballot when it arrives. And remind them (gently) to mail the ballot back!

This November’s election is very important and we need a good turn out so we can finally turn Georgia blue.

Get Your Absentee Ballot NOW!

Breakfast this Saturday

Join your fellow Democrats for an all you can eat buffet for the first Gwinnett Democratic Party breakfast after the Democratic National Convention. The buffet is $10

WHEN: Saturday August 13, 2016
TIME: 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
WHERE: 3455 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Duluth, Georgia 30096 map

Brian Whiteside will be our speaker

“How to conduct yourself at a traffic stop”

Brian Whiteside is a former police officer, former Sheriff’s Deputy and currently works as a criminal defense attorney.

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