Thursday, April 19, 2018

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Chalis Montgomery to speak at the next OC Dems meeting

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Newsletter: April 12, 2018

Read on about Chalis Montgomery speaking at our next Oconee Dems meeting, spring voting info, and a potluck picnic.
Chalis Montgomery will be speaking at the next Oconee Democratic Committee Meeting on Tuesday, April 17 at 6:30pm. Chalis is running for U.S. Congress, representing District 10 (which includes all of Oconee County). Judicial candidates Lisa Lott and Eric Norris will speak as well. Please come and join us! This will be a great opportunity to meet your candidates and other Democrats in the area. 
Join us at Harris Shoals Park for the Oconee Progressives potluck on April 29 at 4pm. Bring a dish to share and come to see old friends and meet new members of the Oconee Progressives. We'll also kick-off members Andrea Wellnitz and Fran Thompson's campaigns for posts 2 and 3 of the Board of Education. Click on the link above to RSVP. See you then!   
It's been a while since we've gotten together!  Here we are at last November's Oconee Progressives celebration dinner. :)
Our candidates need your help! Donations are especially welcome this early in campaign season, and your time volunteering is always appreciated. Contact the candidate about volunteering, and find them on ActBlue to donate. For help figuring out how to prioritize your donations, see our post on our blog.
Call to action

Register to vote and learn about the candidates on this May's ballot.

1. If you haven't yet, REGISTER!  The last day to register to vote in this spring's primary is Monday, April 23.

2. Learn about who is running for office by checking out the ballot HERE.
Sun, 4/15: Forum: Environmental Issues in Athens, ACC Library, 3-5pm
Mon, 4/16: Oconee Planning Commission meeting: slab foundations and Oconee growth, Oconee County Courthouse, 7pm
Mon, 4/16: North High Shoals Town Meeting, North High Shoals Town Hall, 7:30pm
Tues, 4/17: Oconee Democratic Committee Meeting, Oconee County Chamber of Commerce, 6:30pm
Wed, 4/18: Watkinsville City Council meeting, Watkinsville City Hall, 7-8pm
Mon, 4/23: Voter registration deadline for primary
Tues, 4/24: Judicial Candidate Forum, Hatton Lovejoy Courtroom, UGA School of Law, 5:30-7pm
Friday, 4/17: Lunch with Your Legislator, Deborah Gonzalez's office: 337 S. Milledge Ave., Suite 101, 11:30am-1:30pm
Sun, 4/29: Oconee Progressives Potluck, Harris Shoals Park, 4pm
Mon, 4/30: Early voting begins!
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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Sample ballots for forthcoming primary election in Oconee County

Sample Ballots for May 22, 2018 Primary Election

Sample ballots for the May 22, 2018 Primary Election can be viewed below.  All Democratic and Republican ballots are listed under each parties' file.  To determine your sample, look on the right hand side of the sample for your precinct as they are printed according to house district 117 and 119.

Democratic Sample Ballot
Non-Partisan Sample Ballot
Republican Sample Ballot

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Chalis Montgomery to address Oconee Dems meeting with Lisa Lott and Eric Norris

The Oconee County Democratic Committee will meet at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, April 17th, in the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce, 55 Nancy Drive, Watkinsville.  Speakers include Chalis Montgomery, a candidate in the May 22nd Democratic Primary for the House of Representatives from the 10th Congressional District, and Lisa Lott and Eric Norris, candidates in the May 22nd Nonpartisan Elections for Superior Court Judges.