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(See the general list of county committee meetings for those not mentioned below.)

November 2017

December 2017

January 2018

February 2018

March 2018

April 2018

May 2018

June 2018

July 2018

August 2018

September 2018

October 2018

November 2018


Around the 9th

People with an interest in being Democratic candidates for 2018 in parts of the 9th District:
U.S. House of Representatives:
Georgia Senate:
Georgia House of Representatives:
County or Municipal offices:
See who has registered to run for Georgia state and local offices.
UPDATE! See below for a list of Democrats running for statewide offices.

From the 9th District Messaging Committee:

How to create messages that will persuade people to vote for Democratic values

Indivisible groups in the 9th:

Indivisible Guide

Contact our U.S. House and U.S. Senate representatives effectively!

Download the Guide! (It may be updated, typos fixed, etc. from time to time.) (Also MS Word and Spanish versions)

Contact information for

  • Rep. Doug Collins (9th District)
  • Sen. Johnny Isakson
  • Sen. David Perdue

Contact Federal elected officials on these issues!

University of North Georgia (UNG) College Democrats (Facebook)

9th District Democratic Women's Network
Updated 6/12/2017

The Georgia Politician Dashboard provides easy access to Open Public Record information on selected Georgia Politicians. (The site is maintained by Frank Gilkeson, Lumpkin County.)

Beyond the 9th

Democrats Running for State Offices in 2018 (as of 10/24/2017):
Lieutenant Governor:
  • Sarah Riggs Amico (917-771-5938)
Attorney General:
(No candidates either party)
Commissioner of Agriculture:
(No candidates either party)
Commissioner of Insurance:
Commissioner of Labor:
(No candidates either party)
Public Service Commissioner: (Voted on statewide)
Secretary of State:
State School Superintendent:
The information and "take-action" website from the Georgia House Democratic Caucus

A practical guide for finding local and timely social justice actions in Georgia

Helping in Other Districts

For Democrats in "safe" districts (Democratic or Republican) who want to help in other districts where they can make a difference

Concentrating on the States

Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution is a book, web toolbox and international network of artist-activist trainers whose mission is to make grassroots movements more creative and more effective.

The Organizing Institute. The Organizing Institute’s (OI’s) mission is to develop and promote the craft of organizing. Founded in 1989, the program highlights the importance of organizing within the labor movement. OI recruits and trains new organizers; collaborate across the labor movement with community allies; and share successful approaches to support organizing and strategic campaigns. Three-Day Training for New Organizers has graduated thousands of alumni who are organizing, advocating and leading the fight for social change in unions and allied organizations. Union and nonunion folks welcome. Check out the current training schedule here.