As the Vice Chair of Congressional District Chairs and County Committees, it’s quite helpful that Sarah Todd has been both. Sarah chaired the Newton County Democratic Committee for 10 years and is a former Chair of the 4th Congressional District.
A lifelong Democrat, her involvement with the party spans decades. She has won numerous awards for her commitment to the party and her volunteer work in her community, including the Democratic Party of Georgia’s Chairman Award from Chairman Dubose Porter, the DPG’s Speaker Tom Murphy Lifetime Achievement Award and the Newton County NAACP Achievement of Excellence for Political Representation Award.
Although born in Jefferson City, MO, Sarah’s family moved to Georgia when she was six years old. She is a graduate of Newton County High School in Covington, GA and Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. Sarah currently resides in Covington with her husband, Brian, and their son, Carter. Outside of politics, Sarah’s two greatest passions are volunteering at Carter’s school, where she is a substitute teacher and a very active board member of the PTO, and advocating for and raising autism awareness.