Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Snellville residents Dexter Dawston and Glen Williams face defeat.
As three Democrats faced off in the July 31st primary for House District 93, only one came out smiling. Dar'Shun Kendrick, formerly District 94 Rep., won the race with 60.39% of the vote. Glen Williams, a first time candidate, came in second with 29.36% while Dexter Dawston came in with 10.25%. "I guess it wasn't meant to be," said Williams on his Facebook page. "I am truly indebted to everyone who supported my campaign as we ran what we thought was as good a race to win as anyone........thanks!" Dawston was upbeat today, although he came in third in the race for District 93 "My plan for moving forward is to continue to promote entrepreneurship, work with veterans in our community, and churches in our community," he said. "Veterans…
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Glen Williams, a husband and father of two children, has spent years making a difference in the community, and now he's hoping to do even more with a bid for a newly drawn district.
Glen Williams, a Snellville resident since 2000, is campaigning to represent the newly formed District 93. This past Friday he received the endorsement of the Gwinnett County Association of Educators. Williams, 44, is a community leader who is new to politics but "not new to being involved," he said. A Snellville resident for 12 years, he is an information technology consultant by trade, but volunteers for a host of other activities. He is the former co-executive director of the South Gwinnett Cluster Foundation, has served on the school counsel for Rosebud and Norton Elementary schools and also served as community liaison for zoning issues the Centerville area faced over the past few years. He is also a 2011 graduate of Leadership …
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Snellville residents Glen Williams is campaigning for a chance to be state representative of a newly formed district.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
PRESS RELEASE/ Citizens to Elect Glen B. Williams On May 23rd local resident Glen Williams qualified to represent the newly created Georgia House District 93 serving Lithonia, Loganville, Snellville and Stone Mountain. As a 16-year resident of Gwinnett, his wife of 16 years and their two children, 15 and 12, have supported him 100 percent as he has become intensely focused on community involvement as he has developed a purposeful passion for getting things done. As an advocate for all communities he has helped bring about positive and effective changes that have enhanced the quality of life through increasing awareness to community based issues and concerns. His civic responsibility has been forged through affiliations with organizations …