Saturday, April 27 | 2 pm – 5 pm

The Fab Five

Clockwise from top left | Charlotte Sleczkowski, State House District 8 | Kim Floria, GA House District 30 |  Tambrei Cash, U.S. Congress District 9 | June Krise, Georgia Senate District 50 | Paulette Williams, State House District 10

Let‘s build our future together!

Here‘s the 1-2-3 to join this exclusive Midtown event:

1. Use the ActBlue forms below to make a contribution.

2. Donate $250 or more to your choice of candidate(s). All contributions of any amount are welcome, even if you can’t attend. 

3. We will send an invitation for you to RSVP.

Too much is at stake in 2024.

Let’s make a bold pitch to women, young people, and concerned citizens who care about our future. Help fund billboards, radio spots, marketing campaigns, and voter outreach in North Georgia.

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Click white boxes to read the candidate statements.

Tambrei Cash | U.S. Congress 9th District

I’m Tambrei Cash, running to unseat Andrew Clyde in Georgia’s 9th Congressional District. Andrew Clyde owns a gun business near our district where A.T.F. inspectors found more than 25 guns sold there had been traced to crimes within three years of their purchase.

Why is this important to me? Gun violence made me a widow at age 20.

I’m a mom of three, one biological, and two from love. One just graduated from college, one just started college, and one enlisted with the United States Marines.

I’m a former business owner in the flooring industry. As a new empty-nester, I have chosen public service instead of just being frustrated with the direction of our country.

Visit: Tambrei Cash for Congress

June Krise | Georgia Senate District 50

I was endorsed by the Georgia Win List to fight to protect your rights. I will protect Georgians against radicals on both sides who are preventing Republicans and Democrats from getting along.

As a registered nurse, I will protect the Affordable Care Act, expand Medicaid in Georgia, lower the cost of prescription drugs, and ensure equal access to healthcare for all Georgians.


Kim Floria | Georgia House District 30

I am a mom, a sign language interpreter, a disability advocate, and a small business owner. I’d be honored to use my tireless energy to help this community be an even better place for all our children and grandchildren to grow up. I am running to represent you because I believe this community deserves someone who strongly believes in:

Helping Others Succeed: I am a firm believer in the principle that if one of us succeeds, all of us succeed. My mother, a social worker, and my grandmother, a Catholic school teacher, taught me to meet each person where they are and to not only value them for who they are but to help them reach their full potential.

The Importance of Community: One of the things that I love most about living here is the strong sense of community. Our community is better when we all work together to strengthen each other.

Justice and Equality: I learned the value of justice and equality from my father, who practiced law and often provided pro-bono services to clients who didn’t have the means to pay. In our democratic quest to become “a more perfect union,” we must treat each other with respect and dignity. We should celebrate our differences while acknowledging what we have in common.

Visit: Kim Floria for Georgia

Paulette Williams | State House District 10

I am a long-time Rabun County resident who advocates for all my Northeast Georgia neighbors. As a US Army Veteran, I can see that our Democracy is at stake.

Small rural areas like Northeast Georiga can make a difference in the State Senate. State legislatures all over the country are restricting the right to vote, a woman’s right to privacy, and the right to the healthcare we paid for with our tax dollars. We need strong leadership to keep our schools open, Main Street thriving, hospitals from shutting down, and opportunities alive with full broadband.


Charlotte Sleczkowski, State House District 8

I am dedicated to Freedom, Opportunity, and Security for all our citizens. These values include:

  • A strong and diverse economy that prioritizes investment in infrastructure and job growth
  • Equal access to quality public education, including K-12 public education, career and technical education, community colleges and universities.
  • Protecting Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid
  • Ensuring vulnerable children and families have the resources they need
  • Removing obstacles to voting and supporting free and fair elections
  • Eliminating discrimination of any kind and promoting ethnic, racial, cultural, gender, age, religious, disability, family status, sexual orientation, and socio-economic diversity
  • Access to affordable health care for all people regardless of employment, age, or health condition
  • Protecting women’s rights to reproductive healthcare
  • A livable minimum wage and equal pay for equal work
  • Protecting our environment, water resources, and planet for future generations

.Visit: Visit The Chair’s Message for Towns County Dems

Piedmont House

Get ready for a wonderful opportunity to meet and mingle with District candidates and Democratic leaders and supporters.

Your Hosts: Stacy Kavanagh & Geoff Hobbs, Bill and Patricia Stueck, Charlie and Gail Buckner, and George and Cheryl Williams