Sunday, September 14, 2014

Contact CEO Lee May and Demand Sunday Voting in Dunwoody and Brookhaven

Once again DeKalb County officials find a way to irritate residents of Dunwoody.  Appointed CEO Lee May's decision to open Sunday voting only in areas where the majority of voters are Democrats is helpful to all democrats running statewide.  The race for governor and US Senate are close, and Lee May and Company will do their best to get Democrats to vote this year.

Of course we in Dunwoody can fight back and register more Republicans voters and show up to vote in November.  You can contact Lee May and members of the DeKalb Board of Registrations and Elections to let them know your thoughts on this matter.  Here is a link to the Board of Elections.  There are no emails listed so you may have to mail a letter to contact these people.  You can contact appointed and interim CEO May by email: ceoleemay@dekalbcountyga.gov



BOARD OF REGISTRATIONS AND ELECTIONS
BOARD MEMBERS - Terms End June 30, 2015
Michael P. Coveny (NP)
1716 Barkston Court
Atlanta, GA 30341

Catherine Gilliard (R)
4617 Wendover Drive
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Leona Perry (D)
1808 Cashmere Court
Lithonia, GA 30058

Samuel E. Tillman (D)
2283 Troutdale Drive
Decatur, GA 30032

Baoky N. Vu (R)
517 Sycamore Drive
Decatur, GA 30030

 



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1 comment:

SDOC Publishing Internet Solutions said...

I think a stronger point would be made if a fleet of buses and carpools carrying hordes of Dunwoody voters travelled down to S. DeKalb Mall in October...