FAQ about vote counting

FAQ about vote counting

The state of Georgia is presently recounting all the Presidential election votes for 2020. Many of you have had questions concerning the recount. Here are some FAQs that may clear up your concerns. Q. How is it that Stacey Abrams was able to place a block of signature...
John Lewis

John Lewis

Last week, our country lost a great statesman when John Lewis passed away from cancer at the age of 80. Congressman Lewis had a long career fighting for voting rights, civil rights, equal justice, and for those whose voices were not heard. I first met Congressman John...
Absentee Voting

Absentee Voting

I have some good news on voting in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has ordered that all voters be mailed absentee ballot request forms for the June 9 primary. Absentee voting will allow you to vote from home.Keep in mind, this...
Presidential Primary delayed

Presidential Primary delayed

On March 14, 2020, the State of Georgia postponed the Presidential primary until May 19, 2020 because of the seriousness of  the Corona virus.This date will coincide with our own state primary. If you already voted in the Presidential primary, your vote will be...
Anti-Voting Bill Passes Georgia House

Anti-Voting Bill Passes Georgia House

Anti-Voting Bill Passes Georgia House The right to vote is a cornerstone of our democracy – but it’s been under attack across the country. On February 23, 2017, House Bill 268 passed in the Georgia House and is on its way to the Senate. This is a dangerous bill that...

After Super Tuesday

On the heels of Super Tuesday, I just had to post this picture of one of the most spectacular people that I know, Mrs. Cleo Orange, widow of the Reverend James Orange. He along with Dr. King, Rep. John Lewis, Rev. Joseph Lowery and so many others sacrificed greatly so...