Governor

An American politician, lawyer, voting rights activist, and author who served in the Georgia House of Representative from 2007 to 2017.

Abrams founded the organization Fair Fight Action.

She was the first black woman in the U.S. to be a major party’s nominee for governor.

 

Let's Finish This

Candidate Endorsements

Brian Whiteside

Gwinnett Solicitor General

Austin Thompson

Lawrenceville City Council
Post 3

Representative Donna McLeod

House Seat 105

Derrick Jackson

Lieutenant Governor

Nakita Hemingway

Agriculture Commissioner

Sophie Gibson

Norcross City Council

William Boddie

Georgia Department of Labor

Nikki Strickland Merritt

Senator District 9

Jasmine Clark

House Seat 108

Kim Jackson

Senator District 41

Craig Newton

Norcross Mayor

Shenia Rivers-Devine

Loganville City Council

Derrick J Wilson

Georgia Insurance & Safety Fire Commission

Catherine Hardrick

Snellville City Council

Post 5

Shelly Hutchinson

House Seat 107

Gloria S. Butler

House Seat 55

Karen Bennett

House Seat 94

Marlene Taylor Crawford

Lawrenceville City Council
Post 4

Raphael Warnock

United States Senator

Dewey McClain

House Seat 100

Dar'shun Kendrick

House Seat 93

Rosa Steele

Loganville City Council

A Time For Change

Voting and democracy is very important in a nation because it provides people an opportunity to voice their opinion and vote for what they believe in, it holds elected officials accountable for their behavior while in office, and it prevents a minority from dictating the policies of a majority.

This website blogs about elected officials voting patterns, political parties positions and views and information that helps you vote based on information given.

Candidate Endorsements

We need to vote Black .  If no Black candidate is running our vote will be based on the best candidate for us.   We are the true vote in Gwinnett.  2020 we will decide who will lead Gwinnett.  Gwinnett we are here.

Why Register To Vote

We the Brown Community will decide who our next elected leaders will be. Your vote will decide the leaders who decide how your tax dollars are spent. Your vote will decide which leaders will provide the best service and give a return on your investment. Your vote will define who will be appointed to boards and committees such as: Board of Tax Assessor Community Outreach Advisory Board Development Advisory Committee Georgia's Innovation Corridor Joint Development Authority Planning Commission County Transit Advisory Board You control the power to decide on the quality of life you want for yourself and future generations. Voting is your chance to stand up for the issues you care about like public transportation, raising minimum wage, or funding local schools. Elections are decided by the people who go out and vote. If you don’t vote, someone else will make the decision for you. Support candidates and issues that can help your community, state, and even the nation for the greater good.

2020 Census

The results of the population count affect everything from congressional reapportionment to funding for services in Gwinnett. Residents will be given the opportunity to participate in the census online, by telephone and mail. An accurate Census account will mean that Georgia receives its fair share of critical federal funds and that the state is appropriately represented in the U.S. Congress. The population data from the census is used to determine how many seats each state gets in the U.S. House of Representatives for the next decade. Officials at the state and county levels also use the census data when drawing new boundary lines for congressional, state legislative, county commission and local school board district seats.