Voting in DeKalb County Ga

Georgia House District 90 Special Election Feb. 9

Election officials have scheduled a special election for the District 90 seat in the Georgia House of Representatives on Feb. 9, 2021. The seat became vacant after Pam Stephenson (D) resigned her seat on Sept. 4, 2020 Georgia House of Representatives District 90 Early Voting Starts January 19th, Special Election Date February 9th, 2021. House District 90, covers a portion of South DeKalb County , a portion of north Henry County and a portion of west Rockdale County.

Neighbors Against Greenhaven does not endorse candidates for political office, however, because some of the candidate running are pro Greenhaven, and one is specifically endorsed by Kathryn Rice and Greenhaven Now, we feel it is important for you to know the ones are that NOT Greenhaven supporters. The list shown below includes Ed Williams and Angele Moore, the two candidates that have stated their stance AGAINST GREENHAVEN. There are more candidates in the race which we did not include because they didn’t include contact information when filing for office, refused to state their position OR they have explicitly been endorsed by Kathryn Rice and Greenhaven Now proponents.

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House District 90 covers the following zips codes of DeKalb, Rockdale and Henry Counties:

30034 Decatur (DeKalb)

30035 Decatur (Dekalb)

30038 Stonecrest (DeKalb)

30094 Conyers (Rockdale)

30252 McDonough (Henry)

30281 Stockbridge (Henry)

The two candidates identified as being opponents of any legislation for the incorporation of 300,000 DeKalb citizens into a city called Greenhaven are, in alphabetical order, Angela Moore and Dr. Ed Williams.  See more about each candidate below: 

Angela Moore

A Democratic life:

“I have always been a vocal advocate for the bare-bone principles of Democracy.

I believe in working with you not against you. I pride myself on the ability to abandon my own will for the greater good regardless of party affiliation. “

  • Angela has served as the chair for Senate district 43 of the advisory committee while under the leadership of the honorable Steen Miles. In this, Angela was involved directly with the community and their concerns and assisted the senator in community involved programs throughout the senate district. 

  • Angela is a ‘Chairman’s’ award-winning member of the Democratic Party and has worked in local, statewide and national campaigns.

  • Angela has served as the chair for the 92nd (now the 90th) district of Georgia from DeKalb County

  • Angela has served as the Communications chair for her county party.

Angela gained an enormous wealth of campaign experience in her own constitutional statewide race. Angela says it was an honor to engage in the election to become Georgia’s Secretary of State where her faith in Georgians was heightened after meeting such wonderful people across the state.

Standing on the shoulders of so many honorable men and women who serve and have served the great state of Georgia, Angela considers it an honor to work beside the legislative body from the office which she seeks.

 Angela’s focus as the NEXT State Representative from the 90th district will be to continue “Delivering Excellence” to its constituents.


“Georgia’s on my mind”


Angela’s Affiliations, Past & Present

  • Senate Advisory Chair – 43rd District

  • DeKalb Democratic Party – 92nd (Now the 90th) House District Chair

  • DeKalb Democratic Party – Communications Chair

  • Democratic Party of Georgia- State Committee member

  • Betwixt N Between Foundation – Founder

  • Georgia Farm Bureau – Member

  • County Line United Methodist Church – Member

  • American Business Women’s Association – Educational Chair

  • National Assoc. of Notary Publics

  • National Assoc. of Female Executives

  • National Black Boaters Club of America

  • Georgia Black Chamber of Commerce

  • League of Black Women 

  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

  • South DeKalb Neighborhood Coalition

  • Communication Workers of America


  • DeKalb Democratic Party

  • YMCA Childcare Academy – Executive Board Member

  • DeKalb Regional Youth Detention Center – Board Member

  • Advance Career Institute – Advisory Board

  • Georgia Medical Institute – Advisory Board 

Political Training

  • The White House Project- Georgia Debate Boot Camp

  • The White House training project 

  • Kennesaw State Candidate Training Program 

  • Emily’s List Political Opportunity Training Program 

Awards & Recognitions

  • State of Georgia Goodwill Ambassador- Georgia Sec. of State

  • Democratic Chairmen’s Award – DeKalb Democratic Party 

  • Resolution – GA House of Representatives #HD92

  • Exemplary Recommendation – Georgia Lt. Governor

  • Atlanta’s Hottest Publicist 2016 & 17 & 18

  • The MAYAN Award- 2015

  • The Bavarlee Bernstein Award – 2013 &14


Dr. Ed Williams

Dr. Ed Williams is a professor of education, technology professional, writer, author, community activist, and the president of the Rainbow Creek Homeowner Association. .He is a former candidate for DeKalb County 7th District commissioner.  He also recently helped get a new ethics law passed in DeKalb County 

Dr. Ed Williams formerly served as an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at Clark Atlanta University. He received a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from Georgia Tech. He received an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Clark Atlanta University, a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Clark Atlanta University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Morehouse College. Dr. Williams has held numerous jobs, including Managing Director of a computer technology consultant company; and an Educator Researcher.

Dr. Ed Williams is a community activist and leader speaking out on issues including opposing cityhood, fixing the water bill problem, Flatshoals Bridge Construction Delay, Crime, Police Pay, Education, Economic Development, Leadership at the County level, and Social Justice Issues. He has spoken at the DeKalb BOC, State Capital, Community Forums, and Stone Mountain Park. He has appeared on several news stories including CBS News, and several local news stations, and radio programs including WABE and V-103. In addition, he has written several articles that have appeared in local newspapers including On Common Grounds, Crossroadsnews, Decaturish, DeKalb Free Press, and The Champion, Atlanta Daily World, Rolling Out, and AJC. Served as an expert witness for Rep. Viola Davis’ draft of the Ethics Legislation.  The Ethics Referendum was passed with 87% of the vote.

Dr. Williams Platform: My Pledge

• Leadership and Service

• Government Oversight

• Economic Development 

• Education Funding Equity and Reform

• Public Safety (Criminal Justice Reform)

• Transportation Funding Equity

• MARTA Sales Tax Referendum

• County Pension Liability Equity

• County Franchise Fees Equity

• Reform Cityhood Commercial Property Annexation and Education Funding

• Ethics Reform

• Advocating and Protecting Citizens’ Rights (Open Records and Open Meetings Acts Reform)

• Increase Community Communications

He has been endorsed by: 

Lorraine Cochran-Johnson, DeKalb County Commission District 7 Viola Davis, State Representative Georgia House District 87 John H. Evans, former DeKalb NAACP President

Involvement video

Why Greenhaven, GA Shouldn’t Become a City

Agnes Scott student against Greenhaven

Why N.A.G. Opposes Greenhaven

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