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  • Hosted by one of our favored advocacy groups, We Are MarchOn Georgia, community leaders and candidates came together for a virtual town hall session to discuss the impact Covid-19 and Georgia’s response to handling the pandemic has impacted People of Color, Native Americans, and the......

  •   Fayette Democratic Women seek to stay connected with our members and community during this time of social distancing and sheltering at home using Zoom for web meetings. Our eboard and committee chairs have been using zoom to continue to conduct business. Our first virtual......

  • Fayette Democratic Women executed on part of their 2020 plan and pledge to engage our community to ensure that as we ‘get out the vote’ every vote will count.  With the introduction of new voting systems, we knew that we had a responsibility to extend......

  • Over 50 Fayette Democratic Women and their guests attended the December 7th Annual Retreat that was held at the Historic Courthouse on the Square in Downtown Fayetteville! The retreat’s theme was “Women Will Stand Up, Speak Up, Show Up – The Urgency of Now: Our......

  • FDW held its November meeting on Saturday the 16th, 1:00-3:00 pm at the Heritage Bank at 440 N Jeff Davis Ave. in Fayetteville. The topic for the meeting was “Why the “Count” Matters: The 2020 Census and how it Impacts Us”. Mr. Antonio Valadez, a......

  • Well before the glass ceiling, women run into obstacles to advancement. Evening the odds early in their careers would have a huge impact. Read in The Wall Street Journal: https://apple.news/AgNRgohzbTHiSBBXc-dprtw Shared from Apple News...

  • Fayette County’s Draft Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) Available for Review and Comment The draft CTP is available for public review and comment from August 27 through September 23, 2019. Comments should be submitted in writing to publicworks@fayettecountyga.gov. The document is available for review and download at......

  • A Voter Education Forum to Ensure Every Vote Counts… Read More When: September 5, 2019 Time: 5:00pm to 8:30pm...

  • State Judge Jason Thompson enlightened the FDW members and guests on the accountability courts and the judicial system.  Additionally, several FDW members were recognized for leading the way in August 27, 2019 Brunch ticket sales; and Connie James won the gift certificate for inviting guests......

  • Ready or not, the Democratic primary for the 2020 presidential election is upon us. And if the current 20-plus candidate field is any indication, it’s sure to be one thing: unpredictable. Who are these contenders anyway? We’re glad you asked. Here is a primer for each candidate who’s qualified for the first debate — from familiar stalwarts to fresh-faced insurgents — so you can be informed on debate night and beyond. Read in Apple News Spotlight: https://apple.news/AXVaMQQz_TZqIGyFmciRShA...