Grand Opening

The grand opening on April 2, 2022 was a success! We had multiple candidates come out including, Wade Herring for Congress District 1, Dr. Michelle Munroe for Congress District 1, Joyce Griggs for Congress District 1, Dr. John Eaves for Secretary of State, Janice Laws Robinson for Insurance Commissioner,  and Lester Jackson for Labor Commissioner. Also in attendance was Jay Jones the Democratic party lead for the First Congressional District. If you missed the event please make sure to come out to our next monthly meeting on May 7th starting at 10:30AM or donate to Democrats of Camden County (GA) — Donate via ActBlue.



Grand Opening

There will be a grand opening celebration at 500 West King Street Suite F on April 2nd, 2022. While we have had the office for a while, we wanted to make sure that we followed COVID precautions. There will be multiple candidates in attendance so be ready to mingle. Small refreshments will be served, and great conversations will be had. Make sure to mark your calendar you won’t be disappointed.

Meeting Announcement

The Camden County Democratic Committee will hold its next regular meeting on Saturday, February 5, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. at Committee Headquarters, 500-F West King Avenue (Dollar General Shopping Center), Kingsland, Georgia. Michelle Munroe, Democratic candidate for Georgia’s 1st Congressional District, and Lester Jackson, Democratic candidate for Labor Commissioner for the State of Georgia, will speak to the group and answer questions. Ms. Munroe is a retired US Army Colonel and the former commander of Winn Army Community Hospital at Ft. Stewart, Georgia. Mr. Jackson is a former Georgia State Senator. Both candidates will be present virtually. The public is invited to attend in person or virtually by Zoom Meeting at; Meeting ID: 996 1130 6068; Passcode: 422165.


New Number

I wanted everyone to know that we have a new number. If you have questions, comments or concerns please reach out, we’d love to hear from you!! Our number is 912-409-5874

Earth Day April 22nd

Make sure to mark your calendars for Earth Day April 22, 2021! The inaugural Earth Day was established on March 11th, 1970 in Ann Arbor Michigan by a biologist by the name of Barry Commoner¹. The premise of Earth Day was to put a voice to cutting back greenhouse gasses, plastic overload, and to start lobbying for our environment. With the development of solar panels, electric vehicles (EV), and wind energy it is a beginning to offset the damage done to the earth. Make sure to get out and do your part. Here are a few lists of organizations and cleanups near us. If you cannot attend these events, then create your own. Go outside with the kids and plan some flowers, clean up trash in the river, or collect water bottles at the ocean. Any activity no matter how big or small can make a difference. Also below is a link for the book “The Genius of Earth Day” if your interested in learning more.