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FEATURED CANDIDATE

Robbin Shipp

for Labor Commissioner

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Valarie Wilson

for State School Sup.

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Connie Stokes

for Lt. Governor

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kimberly_alexanderRepresentative Kimberly Alexander was elected in the 2012 General Election for the newly-created House District 66 which consists of parts of Douglas and Paulding Counties. She is the first female Douglas County resident elected to the State House and she is the first African-American female elected in Paulding County. A native of Paulding County, Georgia, she now lives in Douglasville.

During 2013, Representative Alexander was appointed by the Democratic Minority Leadership to serve as the Ranking Member of the House of Representatives Code Revision Committee. She also sits on committees for Intragovernmental Coordination and Legislative and Congressional Reapportionment.

Representative Alexander has spent over 16 years as a community volunteer.   She played a key role in the establishment of the first school to be named after an African-American female educator in Paulding County.  In addition, she  has received numerous awards for her community services.  One of her most memorable achievements is serving as the key coordinator for local efforts to change the child molestation law to include the “Romeo and Juliet” provision.
Kimberly earned a  Master’s Degree from Central Michigan University in General Administration while working  full-time and raising her son as a single mom. She  has in-depth corporate experience in Internal Controls and Auditing, and a diverse back-ground which includes; Social Change, Education, Insurance, Business and Finance. She is a member of several professional organizations.

 

Cynthia Bennett OfficialGeorgia’s WIN List is proud to endorse Cynthia Bennett for Senate District 28, which includes Coweta and Heard counties, as well as part of Troup county.  Cynthia is a lifelong educator who has demonstrated a continued commitment to her community as a leader and volunteer in civic and philanthropic organizations in her district.  As Senator,  her focus will be on economic growth that balances environmental protection,  on much needed educational improvements  for the district and state, and on protecting Georgia’s growing elder population.  Georgia’s WIN List and Cynthia are concerned that the current senate leadership in District 28 does not share these priorities

Cynthia’s experience in education and economics is extensive.  As a teacher for over 25 years  in Coweta County Schools, she has taught both middle school mathematics and high school economics.  Her  background also includes an M.A. in Education and Human Development specializing in Educational Technology Leadership.

Cynthia and Ken, her husband of 28 years, relocated to Georgia after their marriage and shortly after, she  became a teacher for Coweta County Schools. She has won or been nominated for Teacher of the Year awards throughout her career, while raising two daughters, both now grown with children of their own.

Over the years, Cynthia has served her community in many ways including leadership roles in the United Way, as a Board member of the Chattahoochee Council of Girl Scouts and as a participant in Model Approach to Partnership Parenting (MAPP), a program that encourages foster and adoptive families to adopt older children. Cynthia is currently a member of the Board of Directors for Meals on Wheels of Coweta County. She is also a member of the Distinguished Young Woman Scholarship Committee.

Georgia’s WIN List is proud to endorse this outstanding and committed leader.  For more information about Cynthia, and to donate to her campaign, click on CYNTHIA BENNETT

 

 

Adrienne White and First Lady CarterThis just in… Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter will join us at the Go-Blue Bash on August 26, which is also Women’s Equality Day. She’ll be speaking about the importance of women in politics as we all commemorate the day and the future of a true-blue Georgia! And celebrate by dressing blue and dancing to our live blues band, The Breeze Kings. It’s gonna be awesome.

GET TICKETS (starting at just $35).


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