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NewPower PAC’s Endorsed Candidates For The 2018 Election Cycle

November 6, 2018

NewPower PAC commends and congratulates all of its Endorsed Candidates for the 2018 Election Cycle for running such professional and effective campaigns. We thank each of you for stepping up to run for elected office. Georgia needs more good women like you in leadership. As more and more women enter the political arena in Georgia, NewPowerPAC…

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You’re Invited to NewPowerPAC’s Judicial Reception

October 3, 2018

Expand your NETWORK and CONNECT with Local Judges Featured panelists and moderator: Judge Carla McMillian, Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Paige Whitaker, Superior Court of Fulton County Judge Allison Salter, Cobb County State Court Judge-Elect Latisha Dear-Jackson, Superior Court of DeKalb County Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers, Municipal Court of City of South Fulton CLICK HERE…

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Winning Women in Georgia’s Primary

June 7, 2018

We have heard about the great number of women running for office this year. Women did well in Georgia’s May 22, 2018, primary, with many claiming positions on their party’s ballot or advancing into the July runoff. Stacey Abrams, former minority leader in Georgia’s House of Representatives, won the Democratic nomination for Governor, making history…

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NewPowerPAC Presents Georgia Campaign Informational Videos

April 10, 2018

What should women know to run for office in Georgia? Find out with NewPowerPAC’s new campaign informational video series:  The Nuts & Bolts of Running for Office in Georgia.  First Up: How to Structure an Effective Campaign. In addition to providing campaign mentoring, training, support, and endorsements to women running for office in Georgia, NewPowerPAC…

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with NewPowerPAC’s Herstory Tour

March 19, 2018

Join with NewPowerPAC on Sunday, March 25, 2018, for “Herstory Atlanta Bus Tour,” a guided tour focused on the stories of trailblazing women who contributed to the success of Atlanta and Georgia. During this 2-1/2 hour tour, you will learn about women from Sweet Auburn Avenue, Agnes Scott College, Oakland Cemetery, Spelman College, the Georgia…

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