Georgia Democrats’ LGBT Caucus Welcomes the Obama Campaign

February 20, 2012

Georgia – The LGBT Caucus of the Democratic Party of Georgia will welcome key members of the national party and the Obama campaign to discuss the crucial role that the gay community will have in the 2012 elections.

Brian Bond, DNC Director of Constituency Outreach, and Jamie Citron, Obama For America LGBT Vote Coordinator and LGBT Finance Director, will speak at a workshop designed to educate and activate voters for what promises to be a competitive campaign.

“Brian and Jamie will discuss the way forward for Georgia’s gay community,” said LGBT Caucus Chair Jim Taflinger. “Our party is inclusive, and we want to make sure that people of all types can find their place within the campaign to help President Obama’s re-election.”

The event is scheduled for 11 am, Saturday March 3 at the Democratic Party of Georgia Headquarters at 763 Trabert Avenue, NW in Atlanta. Prior to the event, the LGBT Caucus will hold an informative workshop on how to run as a delegate for the Democratic National Convention at 10 am. All are welcome to attend.


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