We received two emails today about various candidatures for top offices in state political parties.
Diane Evans said she is running against Nikema Williams for the first vice-chair of the DPG. In her announcement, Evans said:
Simply put, we can’t continue to do the same things each election cycle and expect different results.
As a former candidate for public office, I know that our Party can better support our brave Democratic candidates.
As the secretary of the GADCC and a county chair, I know that we must better develop our county parties.
As a former educator, I know that we can build better relationships with teachers throughout our state.
As a pastor, I know that we can make compelling, faith-based arguments that are inclusive for believers and non-believers alike.
Ron Johnson said he will not run for reelection as second vice-chair for the GAGOP. He did not say why but did say he hopes to be reappointed as the chair of the Veterans Committee with the GAGOP.