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Spotlight: Chief Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers

November 25, 2017

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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Georgia Women in the 2017 Election

November 22, 2017

Update: December 5 runoff results Earlier this month, women won elections in many parts of the U.S.  When we at NewPower PAC heard the news, we were thrilled!  Specifically, here in Georgia, our women are making progress at the polls. In the Atlanta Mayor’s race, women received the top three places in a field of…

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Women on the Bench in Georgia: Learning from the Experts

November 8, 2017

On October 25, 2017, NewPower PAC hosted a Judicial Networking Reception at the law firm of Hall Booth Smith in Atlanta. Participants were able to meet several women who sit on the Georgia bench and listen as they discussed how they reached their judicial seats.  The Honorable Regina M.  Quick, who is the first woman to…

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Join NewPower PAC’s NETWORK for a Judicial Reception

October 17, 2017

Expand your NETWORK and CONNECT with Local Judges Featured speakers and guests include: Judge Sara Doyle, Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Paige Reese Whitaker, Superior Court of Fulton County Judge Shawn LaGrua, Superior Court of Fulton County Judge Tiffany Carter Sellers, Municipal Court of City of South Fulton (Additional speakers and honored guests may be…

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Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Carla Wong McMillian Shares Life Lessons with High School Students

October 1, 2017

Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Carla Wong McMillian, who in 2014 also became the first Asian American to be elected to statewide office in Georgia, visited the Advanced Placement Government class at Calvary Christian School in Columbus, Georgia. Read the full article here. By Alva James-Johnson

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