Stacey Abrams for Governor Campaign Opens Savannah Office

 
 
The Stacey Abrams for Governor campaign opened our Savannah office last Saturday. The office is located at 102 Oglethorpe Professional Ct. Suite 4, Savannah, GA

Dozens of members of the community attended to learn how they can get involved, talk to voters, and spread Leader Abrams’ vision for a Georgia where everyone can succeed and not just survive. The opening was standing-room only and several attendees drove over an hour to learn more about how to get involved in the campaign. Now, they’ll be ready to launch voter contact efforts in their areas.

Representative J. Craig Gordon (D-Savannah) and Mr. Jerome Irwin of the Savannah Regional Central Labor Council addressed the crowd.

More than 100 volunteers participated in the campaign’s Statewide Day of Action to contact voters in every part of Georgia, including dozens at the Savannah office opening.

7 thoughts on “Stacey Abrams for Governor Campaign Opens Savannah Office”

  1. I’d like to know how Stacey Abrams stands on these issues:
    1. Casino gambling in Georgia
    2. The Tax incentives for Film and TV production in Georgia.
    3. The Hope Scholarship
    4. the Religious Freedom Bill

  2. I am volunteering on Thurday can someone please call me did not write the address down left something off. 317 6 street. I signed up Saturday at the Pinpoint Seafood Festival. Thanks 9123234159

  3. I would love to see some interest in the retired state employees.
    Also, tax reform should include extension of the IRS “widow tax status” from 2 years to as long as that person does not remarry or live in a household with another adult.
    These two things would greatly improve the lives of the elderly and state retirees.

  4. I’m interested in volunteering to campaign for Stacy Adams. I live on east Anderson. I have not seen any yard signs. I’m willing to make phones calls or knocking on doors. can someone please call me 404-422-0912. can I just show up at the office I really want to help Mrs. Adams in office?

  5. I signed up to volunteer to help with Stacy Abrams’ at the Pinpoint Seafood festival on Sept. 15th, submitting e-mail and phone number, as well as days of availability (Wed., Sat.). I have yet to be contacted. You would think that in the climate of this gubernatorial race, any offer of help would be acknowledged and acted upon. I live in Pooler and have not seen any signs or evidence of her campaign in Pooler, which is a rapidly growing community. If you don’t take advantage of the help that’s offered, you have no one to blame but yourself. Time is of the essence.

  6. I signed up to volunteer to help with Stacy Abrams’ at the Pinpoint Seafood festival on Sept. 15th, submitting e-mail and phone number, as well as days of availability (Wed., Sat.). I have yet to be contacted. You would think that in the climate of this gubernatorial race, any offer of help would be acknowledged and acted upon. I live in Pooler and have not seen any signs or evidence of her campaign in Pooler, which is a rapidly growing community. Time is of the essence!

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