Month: October 2018

Chairman’s Corner: 2018 Constitutional Amendments

15 days until Election Day. In addition to the candidates, there are five amendments to the Georgia Constitution on the ballot this year. While the Republican Party does not take an official position on these amendments, I hope we can answer some of the questions you may have. Amendment 1 – Land conservation, parks, trails:…

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Chairman’s Corner: 22 Days

22 days until Election Day. 2018 is a mid-term election year. Typically, in mid-term years, the party that has the White House will lose. That means, if history is any guide, Republicans are on the defensive this year. However, politics have been anything but typical these last few years. One thing that is certain though…

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Chairman’s Corner: Mr. Kavanaugh Goes to Washington

by Jason Shepherd 29 days until Election Day. In the 1939 Frank Capra classic movie Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, newly appointed Senator Jefferson Smith (Jimmy Stewart) is falsely accused by the political machine back home run by Boss Jim Taylor, of corruption, bribery, and everything but sexual assault when he was in high school. The…

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AJC: Ga. Republicans see Kavanaugh’s confirmation as rallying force

By Tamar Hallerman October 06, 2018 What took you so long? That was the sentiment broadcast by many metro Atlanta Republicans on Saturday as the Senate prepared to cast a final vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination. At a pair of county GOP meetings in Atlanta’s northern suburbs, the party faithful cheered the news that…

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