If you're unsure about where to vote - or if you're even still registered to vote - call the Board of Registrars Office year-round at 912-576-3245 for fast and friendly information and assistance.
Remember, you'll need a state approved identification card with your photograph in order to vote in person. Also, in Georgia, a voter may request an Absentee Ballot without having to provide a reason. Many voters find the convenience and ease of voting from home the best and safest method to ensure they are able to vote.
A big thanks to local and out of town Democrats who came out and supported the DoCC in the City of Saint Mary's Independence Day Celebration by marching in the morning parade and manning an information booth throughout the day. If you were not able to make it this year, plan on joining us next year! Thanks!
The John W. King memorial tree planting ceremony on Saturday, March 4, 2017 was well attended and held under sunny skies. John passed away in 2014 after eight years of residing in St. Marys. He had been instrumental in numerous community projects over the years, a staunch Democrat and a mentor to many.
The memorial tree and accompanying plaque can be seen at the St. Marys Peace Garden in downtown St. Marys next to the historic Oak Grove Cemetery.
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DoCC at Women's March in Fernandina, Atlanta & Washington, D.C.
The Young Democrats of Camden County Georgia (YDCCG) held their first official meeting Mach 9, 2017. They elected six executive officers, as well as approving and adopting their charter and platform. While the YDCCG is a completely independent entity, the DoCC stands ready to provide support as request. Congrats YDCCG and good luck! We're very glad to have you on board working towards an even stronger Democratic Party for America!
Young Democrats of Camden County Georgia (YDCCG)
Democrats of Camden County, Georgia
Welcome to the Democrats of Camden County, Georgia, website. We're glad you've found us! Here you will find timely news related to activities of the organization, as well as how you can become involved with the Democratic Party of Camden County, GA. Regardless if you're a Liberal Democrat, Conservative Democrat, or somewhere in the middle, please consider joining us and sharing your input. Use the "Contact" link above to send an email with your concerns and we'll get back to you within a day. Additional information about the organization can be found using the links above.
DoCC Meeting June 2018
Meet and/or connect with us!
We normally meet the first Saturday of every month (next on November 3, 2018) at 10 AM in the Camden County Annex Branch Meeting Room located at 107 North Gross Road, Kingsland, GA 31558. The Annex is located immediately to the left of the Camden County Library and across the street from Lowes. If you prefer, you can also call or email us at (912) 227-9649 or email@example.com and someone will get back to you normally within 24 hours.
Many thanks to all the volunteers who canvassed throughout the county. We left voting material with roughly 800 residents and spoke to a huge number of citizens about the Democratic Party. We also phoned close to 2,000 county residents encouraging them to get out and vote. Shown below are a few of our dedicated phone-bankers taking a photo break.
July 4, 2017 Independence Day Celebration
Canvassing & Phone banking with the DoCC
The John W. King Memorial Tree Planting ceremony
Our June meeting was a Caucus to elect new Committee members. We also welcomed five new first-time attendees, and are looking forward to campaigning for a terrific set of Democratic candidates for Governor and other state offices as well for the Democratic candidate for Georgia’s 1st Congressional District.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 was a BIG day for women and our country as solidarity marches were held in more than 673 cities around the nation to reaffirm all Americans “stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.”
The Women's March was also intended to send an unmistakable message to the new administration on Day 1 that "women's rights are human rights" and to make no mistake about it. Considering more than 500-thousand marchers were on hand in Washington D.C. alone - nearly doubling those present at the prior day's inauguration event - that message should have been heard loud and clear.
DoCC members participated in the Women's March in Fernandina Beach, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. A photo from the march in Fernandina Beach is shown below.