Tim Denson is a father, husband, and community organizer who believes that, by uniting the people, we can make an Athens that works for everyone.
Tim Denson was integral in the campaigns for Sunday Bus Service, Living Wages for Athens-Clarke County Workers, an Athens Civil Rights Committee, and Athens Transit’s move toward hybrid-engine buses. Tim has helped organize and facilitate massive marches, protests, community meetings, and issue discussions, including the What Now? Organize gathering that engaged over 500 attendees from across the state in a proactive discussion following the 2016 election; the Day of Resistance march where nearly 5,000 people took to the streets of Athens; and the Northeast Georgia Healthcare Summit. Tim has worked to influence legislation, as well, successfully advocating against potentially damaging laws and policies like the Athens public curfew law and Georgia’s campus rape bill.
You can view Tim's campaign website here: www.timdensonforathens.com