Make Your 2020 Vote Count!

Get all the facts to be a voter for the 2020 election.  Where to register?  When is the primary?  What is my precinct?  How do I get more information?  We answer all of these questions in the 2020 voting cycle

  • MORE ELECTION DATES
  • December 1, 2020 - State & Local Runoffs
  • December 7, 2020 - Federal Runoff Registration deadline
  • December 14, 2020 - Federal Early voting begins
  • January 5, 2021 - Federal Runoff Votiing

Newly Elected Officers for NAACP DeKalb

These are your newly elected officers for the branch from the 2020 Elections. 

 

Candidates

Elec Buddy

Tally

Total

 

President

 

 

 

 

Teresa Hardy

90

7

97

 

1st Vice President

 

 

 

 

Lance Hammonds

94

7

101

 

2nd Vice President

 

 

 

 

Edwina Clanton

91

7

98

 

3rd Vice President

 

 

 

 

Troy Vincent

89

7

96

 

Secretary

 

 

 

 

Sandy G. Johnson

92

5

97

 

Assistant Secretary

 

 

 

 

Denise M Brown

94

9

103

 

Treasurer

 

 

 

 

Marcus Dorsey

89

7

96

 

Assistant Treasurer

 

 

 

 

Stella Jones

89

7

96

 

At-Large Members

 

 

 

 

Bambi Hayes Brown

48

3

51

 

Rev Steven Dial

60

6

66

 

Gil Garland

39

6

45

 

Demetrious McCoy

44

 

44

 

Cherry Willis

36

8

44

 

Here are the rules to vote for the branch officers and at-large members of the executive committee

 

  1. Members voted to have VIRTUAL ELECTIONS for the 2020 branch elections due to safety concerns from the pandemic.
  2. Each member with an email address on file will receive a link to register to vote beginning November 13. 2020. Members that vote must register to validate membership.
  3. In order to vote in an NAACP DeKalb Branch election, one must be  a  member  in  good  standing  of  the  NAACP DeKalb Branch  30  days  prior to the election.
  4. If you do not receive an email to register by November 14, 2020 please contact VOTERINFO@naacpDekalb.org
  5. After verification of membership, you will receive a link to vote on the scheduled day.
  6. Members without access to internet service or email may call the office to make arrangements to vote in-person during this election. Please call 404-241-8006.
  7. In-person voting will be November 20, 2020, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the branch office, 3011 Rainbow Drive, 30034. You will need to bring proof of identification.
  8. If you are in line for in-person voting before the close of voting, you will be allowed to vote after the 7 p.m. close if necessary.
  9. Contact VOTERINFO@naacpDekalb.org for more information or report concerns.

Informed Georgians for Justice

Get updated information on political races at this site. 
 www.InformedGeorgiansForJustice.com

Informed Georgians for Justice is a non-partisan volunteer organization of concerned citizens. The organization aims to educate the voting public about the 2020 candidates for sheriff, district attorney and solicitor in all 159 counties in the state.  Many voters do not realize the impact these elected officials have on criminal justice issues.  IGJ informs citizens about the importance of voting in these elections. 

Currently, IGJ is conducting a voter education project sponsored by the Georgia NAACP.  IGJ is gathering information through a candidate questionnaire containing approximately 35 yes/no questions regarding specific criminal justice issues. The questions presented were determined with input from numerous organizations with diverse perspectives.  The responses will be utilized by the Georgia NAACP, IGJ and many other organizations to educate voters about the policy positions of the Sheriff, District Attorney and Solicitor candidates on their ballot. 

DISCLAIMER:  The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and does not endorse candidates or political parties, or engage in direct campaigning.
As the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization, the NAACP actively works with our more than 2,000 branches to inform and encourage civic engagement through voter registration activities and public forums, and actively opposes voter discrimination and other policies that make it more difficult for citizens to cast their ballot.