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Jan. 23, 2020
Don't miss our grand opening
     Join your fellow Glynn County Democrats for a grand opening celebration as we launch our new campaign office. With the impeachment trial of the president under way, local candidate qualifying weeks away, and presidential primaries coming up, take this opportunity to re-connect with your Democratic friends and neighbors. Hors d'oeuvres will be served and beverages will be available.
When: 6 p.m., Jan. 27
Where: Sidney Lanier Plaza, 1919 Glynn Ave. (Highway 17), Suite 7, Brunswick GA 31520
Details: Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be available.
Meet Senate candidate
Teresa Tomlinson Feb. 5

Who: Teresa Tomlinson, Democratic candidate for the U.S.Senate. Tomlinson is the former mayor of Columbus.
When: Noon-1 p.m., Feb. 5
Where: GlynnDems Office, Sidney Lanier Plaza, 1919 Glynn Ave. (Highway 17), Suite 7, Brunswick GA 31520
Try out new voting machine
at our February meeting

     Our first monthly meeting in our new space will include a demonstration of the state's new voting machines. We’ll also have a representative of the Glynn County Board of Elections on hand.
     The new machines were delivered Jan. 22 to the Glynn County Board of Elections.
When: 6:30 p.m. Feb. 24
Where: Sidney Lanier Plaza, 1919 Glynn Ave. (Highway 17), Suite 7, Brunswick GA 31520
     You can also view the new voting machines an learn how to use them Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Glynn County Board of Elections, 1815 Gloucester St., Brunswick GA 31520.
Join the committee to turn Glynn BLUE
     Notice is hereby given that three vacancies exist in the Glynn County Democratic Committee. The vacancies will be filled by election of the remaining Committee members, as proscribed in our bylaws. The committee is a 16-member volunteer body that promotes the activities of the Georgia Democratic Party in Glynn County, including recruiting candidates, supporting nominees, qualifying candidates, raising money, and electing representatives to the state party.

     Current vacancies:

District 1 representative (term ends Nov. 2020, presidential election cycle)
District 2 representative (term ends Nov. 2022, gubernatorial election cycle)
District 3 representative (term ends Nov. 2020, presidential election cycle)

     The representatives will be elected to the committee to fill out the current four-year term for each position, designated as either presidential or gubernatorial cycle.

     The virtual election will be held by the Executive Committee on Feb. 19, 2020.

     If you are interested, send a letter or email by Feb. 12, 2020, to Committee Chairwoman Julie Jordan, at Include your address so we can confirm in which district you live. Click this link to the Secretary of State's web page to confirm your district.

     Questions? E-mail Julie Jordan. Web site:
Get info about running for office
What: If you’re planning to run for office or want information about running, our Election Committee will be on hand to answer your questions.
When: Noon-2 p.m., Tuesday Jan. 28
Where: GlynnDems Office, Sidney Lanier Plaza, 1919 Glynn Ave. (Highway 17), Suite 7, Brunswick GA 31520
Meet our newest committee members

Chantez Ford, first vice-chair
At-large representative

     Chantez Ford is in his first year as first vice chair for the Glynn Dems. He is the president forGlyndale Elementary school’s council, and a member of the 14 Black Men of Glynn. Chantez graduated from Fort Valley State University and served as president for the Young Democrats of Houston County. He also served on Michelle Nunn’s campaign in 2014. 

Chantez was born and raised in central Georgia, the Warner Robins/Perry area. He and his wife, Cynthia, have two children, Caden Ford and Deoni Hacker. He is the proud business owner of a company, Fantastic Functions Charters. Before betting on himself and starting his business, he worked with Middle Georgia Technical College, and the Bibb County School District.

     Chantez began his  dedication to politics while in college and has gained the knowledge and experience essential in moving the Glynn Dems forward.

Adam Jacobs
District 5 representative
     Adam Jacobs began his term in 2019 but had previously worked on canvassing and voter outreach for the Kerry and Obama campaigns while living in New York City.  After a career in education in Brooklyn and working as a private tutor, Adam decided to move back South to be closer to family just up the road in Jesup.
Since moving to Brunswick, Adam worked on managing rental properties as well as dabbling in flipping houses but recently decided to get back into the field of education.

     Excited about turning Glynn County blue and getting more folks involved in our community concerns, in his off-time Adam can be found taking his dogs Moti and Maya to the beach or building furniture out of found materials.
Bonnie Hunter
District 2 Representative

     Bonnie moved to St. Simons at age 2 and has lived in Glynn County off and on since then. After moving back to the area in 2018 with her teenage son, Bonnie took her position with the Glynn Dems in the fall of 2019.
     Bonnie attended Louisiana State University and later graduated from George Mason University with a BFA in Creative Writing. She has had many jobs over the last two decades including dance teacher, hair stylist and restaurant manager. Presently, Bonnie works for a local marketing company as a writer and public relations coordinator.
     Bonnie is excited to be a part of the Glynn Dems community. She values equality above all else, and it was this passion that drew her to the cause.
Important 2020 registration, election dates
  • Now             Accepting applications for an absentee ballot for the Mar. 24 Presidential Preference Primary
  • Feb. 24        Last day to register for Presidential Preference Primary
  • Mar. 2          Early voting begins for the Presidential Preference Primary.
  • Mar. 14        Mandatory Saturday voting for the Presidential Preference Primary 
  • Mar. 20        Last day to request an absentee ballot.
  • Mar. 24       Presidential Preference Primary
  • Apr. 20        Last day to register to vote for the General Primary
  • Apr. 27        Early voting begins for the General Primary
  • May 9          Mandatory Saturday early voting for the General Primary
  • May 15        Last day to request absentee application for the General Primary
  • May 19        General Primary, nonpartisan general election and special election
  • July 21        Run-off for General Primary, General Election, and Special Election -- if necessary.  Early voting dates will be posted.
  • Oct. 5          Last day to register to vote in the General Election
  • Oct. 12        Early Voting begins for the General Election
  • Oct. 30        Last day to request an absentee ballot
  • Nov. 3         General Election and Special Election
  • Dec. 1          Local and state run-off, if necessary. Early voting dates will be posted.
  • Jan. 5, 2021 Federal run-off, if necessary.
Glynn County Board of Elections and Registration
Office Park Building
1815 Gloucester St., Brunswick GA 31520
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Phone: 912-554-7060
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