House District Committees

The DeKalb County Democratic Party organizes itself around statehouse legislative districts.  Each House District fully within the County has six Post Holders who are elected  to four year terms on the Primary Election ballot  by  fellow Democrats with half being elected every two years. Districts which are shared with other counties have a proportioned number of Post Holders. The District Committee elects a Chair and the Chairs serves on the Party’s Steering Committee. The committee is empowered to fill vacancies and appoint additional non-voting members called “alternates”.

The District Committees purpose is to support their constituency before the  County Committee and to be the Democratic “eyes and ears”  to the State Representative regardless of the legislator’s  political affiliation. The relationship with the legislator is informal, but also vital to letting our voice be heard. In addition to being the Democratic voice in the House District, the committee is charged with organizing the District’s Democrats into a powerful political organization on Election Day and year round.



House District 79  
1- Chair – Amy Swygert
2- Emily Ritzler
3- Andrea Oki
4- Eric Warshal
5- Patricia Payne
6- Sheila Levy
Alternate 1- Patricia Payne
Alternate 2- Cheryl Kim Lindsay
Alternate 3- Anthony Decinque
Alternate 4- Sabrina Rahim

House District 80
1- Alisa Hamilton
2- Chair – L. Don Richard
3- Lillian Wolf
4- Edith Fusillo
5- Liz Ernst
6- Amanda Lee
Alternate 1 – Matthew Wilson
Alternate 2 – Trisha Harp

House District 81
1- Debra Mines
2- Karen Mixon
3- Jay Harrell
4- Chair – Jeff Corkill
5- Corregan Brown
6- Pervez Iqbal
Alternate 2- Tracy Prescott

House District 82
1- Ann Abramowitz
2- Elizabeth Shackleford
3- Jeremy Anderson
4- Ron McCauley
5- Susannah Scott
6- Chair – Andrew Heaton
At-Large – Mohan Timilsina
Alternate 1- Laura Wingfield
Alternate 2- Nancy Porter

House District 83 
1- Chair – Daniel Walker
2- Diamond Champagne
3- Jodi Cobb
4- Heather Smith
5- Sara Hawker
6- Leslie Evers
Alternate 1 – Leigh Swanson
Alternate 2 – Paula Chance
Alternate 3 – Lynn Pratt

House District 84
1- Harmel Deann Codi
2- Amanda Collier-Rittenhouse
3- Susan McWethy
4- Chair – Amber Willett
5- Karen Davenport
At-Large – Gerald Griggs
Alternate 3 – Ferrell Stallings

House District 85
1- Melva Hicks
2- Anne Clarke
3- Kim Jones
4- Samuel Tillman
5- Chair – Candice Campen
6- Kenny Austin
Alternate 2- Emily Halevy
Alternate 3- Ebony Jones

House District 86
1- John Sawyer
2- Susan Motter
3- Chair – Janel Green
4- Co-Chair – Erin Parks
5- Jana Miles
6- Judith Polacek
At-Large – Zepora Roberts
Alternate 1 – Marjorie Snook
Alternate 2 – Jacqueline Adams
Alternate 3 – Will Steele

House District 87
1- Chair – Bridgemon Bolger
2- Anna Kelly-Leary
3- George Chidi
4- Christopher Mattos-Reyes
5- Mary Poellnitz
6- Sara Amis
Alternate 1 – Diijon DaCosta
Alternate 2 – Larry Lowe

House District 88
1- Chair – Jennifer Young
2- Gil Freeman
3- Paul Grant
4- Mostafa Zahid
5- Beverly Jones
6- Edward Patton
At Large – Vonzetta Goff Evans
Alternate 1 – Maya Mitchell

House District 89
1- Co-Chair – Sandra Daniels
2- Chair – Jon Gerson
3- Jr Williford
4- Tedra Eberhart-Lee
5- Karli Swift
6- Van Jensen
At Large – Tommy Travis
Alternate 3 – Shawn Wildermuth

House District 90
1- Barbara Campbell
2- Chair – Teresa Hardy
3- Vaughn Irons
4- Opal Ware
5- Jeffrey Meeks
6- Stacey Thibodeaux

House District 91
1- Chair – Dee Dawkins-Haigler
2- Douglas Hines
3- Chris Moser
4- Chrystin Haigler
6- Faye Coffield

House District 92
1- Rita Robinzine
2- Chair – Beverly Barnes
3- Roland Carter, II
4- Beatrice Williams
5- Eleasea Allen
6- Donna Dees
Alternate 1- Den-Rey Allen
Alternate 2 – Sheila Mason
Alternate 3 – Tracy Smith

House District 93
1- Raymond Christie
2- John Jackson
3- Helen Riley Royal
5- Jewel Anderson
6- Chair- Kenneth Royal

House District 94 
1- Chair – Dorothy Wiley
2- Deborah Dulin
3- Joyce Reid
4- Josephine Handy-Sewell
5- Leona Perry
6- Leroy Bennett
Alternate 1 – Lance Hammonds