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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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Peach Pundit’s mostly male editorial staff hit a new low in today’s newsletter by describing Elena Parent (a former Georgia House Representative and endorsed candidate of Georgia’s WIN list) as a “legislative Barbie.”

Really? Let’s compare your credentials with hers guys.  Where’s your Phi Beta Kappa key and law degree from one of America’s most prestigious schools, The University of Virginia Law School (where Elena graduated in the top ten)?

Oh, we get it, your comments are because Elena happens to be blonde. What is this, an episode of Madmen?  Is this 1963 or 2013? 

You should be ashamed of yourselves.  To call an accomplished and experienced woman like Elena Parent a “Barbie” is the worst kind of offensive stereotype.  This outrageous Neanderthal language has been used for years to put women in their “place.”  But  courageous, strong women like Elena Parent just ignore creepy comments like yours and keep on achieving.

We are thrilled that Elena Parent will run for Jason Carter’s senate seat, and look forward to an exciting race.

 

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Celebrate with an evening of Women, Politics and Film

Hosted by award-winning film critic
Eleanor Ringel Cater

Tuesday, October 29, 2013
3275 Valley Rd. NW., Atlanta, GA 30305
Curtain opens at 7:00pm
Executive & Producer sponsors
will be treated to a special screening
of “Miss Representation”.


with Women in Politics
Panel Discussion Featuring:

Cathy Cox

President of Young Harris College
(and former GA Secretary of State)


$100 admission/donation

Sponsor Levels:
Executive Producer – $2,500
Producer – $1,000
Director – $500
Cast Member – $250

Sponsor List (in formation) :
Executive Producer Sponsor:  Diane Durgin
Producer Sponsors:  Hala & Steve Moddelmog, Carol Jackson

RSVP to Melinda@gawinlist.com

Or Contribute online NOW!

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POTENTIAL CANDIDATES, CANDIDATES & STAFF  ARE WELCOME

Georgia’s WIN LIST invites women like you to learn how to make a difference in our state.

Political Opportunity Training Event
September 27, 2013
8am registration – 5pm
(presented in conjunction with Emily’s List)

Register Now!

If you are contemplating running for a political office, preparing for the next campaign or seeking the answers you need for your decision, we invite you to join us.

We’ll show you the ropes that have helped over 101 Democratic women members of Congress,19 senators, 10 governors and over 500 state and local women representatives get elected.

EMILY’s List’s Political Opportunity Program (POP) was created for women just like you – qualified, pro-choice Democratic women ready to wage and win campaigns for state and local offices.

If you’re still thinking about it, our program helps you ask yourself the right questions. And, if you’re ready to take the next step, we’ll help you get your campaign off to a solid start.

JOIN US! We need to hear the voices of more women like you in Georgia.

 

We’ve got exciting news to share! Georgia’s WIN List is pleased to announce that after conducting a nationwide search we have selected a new Executive Director – Melinda Ennis.

Melinda comes to us with an extensive background in the areas of strategic development, political policy, marketing and fundraising in both the private and non-profit arenas.

Most recently, Melinda was the Owner/Principal of MELWORKS, Inc. a marketing and fundraising consulting firm whose clients included Girls Scouts of Greater Atlanta and the Atlanta High Museum of Art. Prior to that, she was the Executive Director of Brand Atlanta, Inc. where she worked with a wide spectrum of civic and corporate stakeholders, and raised almost 1.5 million in support of a regional marketing campaign.

Melinda’s leadership skills were honed as career as a chief marketing officer and senior vice president of marketing for Atlanta-based corporations and ad agencies.

She has also been involved in significant political policy work as Co-Director of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, Atlanta Chapter, which helped block HB 101 in the Georgia Senate. Since the session, the organization has continued to lobby on national and state gun legislation. Melinda is also a founder and steering committee leader for the Georgia Gun Sense Coalition.

In addition to her work for common sense gun legislation, Melinda provides pro bono marketing services for Georgia Women for a Change and the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, as marketing co-chair.

Please join us in welcoming Melinda to Georgia’s WIN List!