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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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Endorsed by NewPower PAC: 2017

February 28, 2018

During the 2017 special and municipal elections, NewPower PAC endorsed and supported eight women who ran for office in Georgia.  Congratulations to these six candidates who won their races and are now serving in the Georgia General Assembly or in municipal offices: Teri Anulewicz – Georgia House District 42 Deborah Gonzales – Georgia House District…

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NewPower PAC Leadership Grows

February 21, 2018

Deneta Sells, M.D., has stepped up to lead NewPower PAC’s governing Board of Directors as president. Sells previously served our nonpartisan organization as treasurer. Attorney Jennifer McNeely, who joined NewPower PAC as a volunteer in 2014, has assumed the treasurer’s seat. In addition, attorney Laura Denton, a NewPower PAC volunteer since 2016, has agreed to serve on…

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NewPower PAC Celebrates: Electing Women to Office

January 31, 2018

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

December 15, 2017

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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