Atlanta Transportation Issues + Nuclear Hauling?

Please express your concern about adding more nuclear waste hauling to Atlanta’s transportation nightmares! Atlanta is not capable of dealing with a nuclear accident related to our transportation infrastructure. But the scenario is becoming more and more likely. Waste Control Specialists’ (WCS), a company interested in “interim storage” of spent …

Congressional District 6 Candidate Meet-n-Greet Forum

Who will become the next U.S. Representative for GA’s 6th Congressional District? Join LWV of Marietta-Cobb and LWV of Atlanta-Fulton for a Meet-n-Greet forum to get to know the candidates and hear their positions. Georgia WAND has submitted the following question to the candidates: “Do you agree with President Trump, …

Upcoming Elections! Will You Vote on April 18th?

Several Special Elections and Runoff Elections will be held on April 18th.  Please make sure you vote for the voice that will represent you! Special Elections Early Voting for the April 18th Special Elections has started! Vote in the Special Election if you live in: U. S. Congressional District 6, Congressperson, U.S. …

Georgia Senator Nan Orrock Responds: Telephone Town Hall on U.S. / Korean Peninsula Foreign Relations

I was so pleased to join in the telephone town hall for a focused discussion by expert panelists, engaging an audience of more than 500 callers who posed questions in an interactive setting on the Korean Peninsula Foreign Relations issue.  The panelists were well informed, audience questions flourished, and a …

Mother’s Day for Peace 2017

On Sunday, May 21, 2017, Georgia WAND held our annual signature event, Mother’s Day for Peace, at Agnes Scott College. During the event, Georgia WAND introduced Shell Bluff Community organizers new to our team, Natalie Herrington and Janie Scott. With great honor, we bestowed our annual Mother’s Day for Peace …