Agreement includes over $23 million in direct investments to state parties and grassroots infrastructure during 2022 election cycle
Today, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and state parties, including the Democratic Party of Georgia (DPG), announced a historic four-year agreement that will guarantee more investment in the state party than ever before.
At a minimum, this investment will provide $23 million to state parties as part of Democrats’ 2022 midterm strategy. The contract includes a data sharing agreement that increases investment in down-ballot races, solidifies another four years of historic investment in Democratic data, and anchors the DNC and state parties as the central hub of the Democratic data ecosystem.
“Georgia is the premier battleground state in the country, and this investment from the DNC shows just how important our state will be in keeping and winning Democratic majorities at all levels of government,” said Congresswoman Nikema Williams, Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Georgia. “We know we have to organize year-round in every part of the state in order to win elections. This partnership will help DPG continue doing just that as we build off our historic successes of the last election cycle.”
Additional investments in the agreement include: