The purpose of NewPowerPAC is to empower, endorse, and elect qualified women to office – at the municipal, county, and state level.


Achieve women’s political parity and advance the public discourse in Georgia by electing diverse women into local office.


NewPowerPAC recruits, trains, mentors, and funds women who will strengthen all women’s voices in the state.



Women are diverse in political party, background, and beliefs. Strong women candidates are effective collaborators who care about many of the same issues regardless of party affiliation. That is why NewPowerPAC does not use a single issue or a litmus test as a basis for support.

NewPowerPAC uses a thorough vetting process to determine a candidate’s suitability for the office she seeks, with emphasis on the candidate’s motivation, campaign organization, familiarity with issues, communication skills, and commitment to her community.

"Women are more collaborative and they can be better at identifying a variety of issues that affect real people, and that’s true of both Democratic and Republican women."

Mary Margaret Oliver

State Senator


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Congressman Hank Johnson

Rep. Hank Johnson

Georgia's 4th Congressional District

"Women are still sorely underrepresented in local councils and under the Georgia Dome. NewPower PAC […] provides the platform and the mechanism for creating effective connections among women in policy making and politics."

Kathy Cloninger CEO Emeritus, Girl Scouts of the USA

Kathy Cloninger

CEO Emeritus, Girl Scouts of the USA

"Our world is out of balance and needs the leadership of women and men together, to solve our nation’s problems. Thank you, NewPower, for taking action!"

Elizabeth Ossoff, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Ossoff, Ph. D.

CNN Commentator

"Women need to know they can make significant differences in the political realm. Armed with the information, confidence, and resources you can provide, women will […] make their voices heard."

NewPower PAC Celebrates: Electing Women to Office

Georgia’s NewPower PAC celebrated another great year empowering, endorsing and electing women to office with its annual holiday party on December 4, 2017. The conversations were lively as more than fifty elected officials, community leaders, and candidates met with NewPower PAC directors and supporters. President Carole Angel welcomed the group with a few words about…

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Update: Georgia Women in the 2017 Election

In this update from Georgia Women in the 2017 Election, here are results from the December 5 runoff. Keisha Lance Bottoms was elected Mayor of Atlanta. Jen Jordan will serve in Senate District 6. Nikema Williams will represent Senate District 39. Kim Schofield won House District 60. Bee Nguyen became the first Vietnamese-American in the…

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Spotlight: Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers

In 2016, the voters of the unincorporated southern portion of Fulton County voted to form the City of South Fulton. With its nearly 100,000 residents, elected officials for the new city have been busy establishing the governmental infrastructure to meet the needs of its citizens. One example of such happenings is the formation of the…

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