Author: CobbGOP2017

Chairman’s Corner: Scapegoating the Tragedy

Last week I said I wasn’t going to discuss the massacres in El Paso and Dayton, because we should not be giving these domestic terrorists the publicity they craved from their horrific actions.Sadly, our friends on the left apparently don’t see it that way, as I spent most of the week fielding questions from the…

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RSVP for the May CCRWC Luncheon

Reserve Your Spot Now!Pay online now or RSVP and pay at the door. Meet the new Georgia GOP Chair!All four candidates for the Georgia GOP Chair position have been invited to the May luncheon. Come find out who will lead the Georgia GOP and speak at the luncheon. Don’t forget to invite a friend!Cost is only…

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April Cobb Republican Breakfast: Diversity is more than one word.

The Cobb County Republican Party invites you to a very special and important April Cobb County Republican Breakfast: Diversity is More than One Word: an open and frank discussion on the GOP and African-American voters. Panelists: Shelley Wynter – Host of the Shelley Wynter Show on 106.7 FM Click here to find out more about Shelley Wynter Kaaryn…

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Chairman’s Corner: Look ma! No Hands!

By Jason ShepherdAfter a brief newsletter hiatus as we switched administration, we are back with our regular weekly news of Cobb County Republican and conservative events and news. Plus, thanks to the Mueller Report, we no longer have to worry about the left’s claims of “Russian Collusion” in our monthly breakfast programs. This past week Vice-President Mike…

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Chairman Shepherd on NBC’s Meet the Press

Marietta Daily Journal Around Town: MEET THE PRESS: Cobb County was the subject of a national news story over the weekend on NBC’s “Meet the Press” show. The political changes unfolding in the county were used to illustrate how Georgia could be in play once again for Democrats in the 2020 election. Among those who were…

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Chairman’s Corner: Demand to know where Cobb Democrats stand on gangs.

BY JASON SHEPHERD They go by street names like “Baby Active,” “No Good,” “Ant Loc”, “Active,” “Gooch,” Baby Vo,” and “Crash.”  One defendant resisted arrest at Osborne High School, striking two officers. His bookbag contained marijuana packaged for distribution. As he ran from officers on campus, fellow gang members picked him up in a vehicle. Two…

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Chairman’s Corner: Our 83rd Governor

By JASON SHEPHERD Yesterday, our elected officials took their Oaths of Office to begin their terms, the culmination of the hard work that began nearly two years ago. This is only the third inauguration in the history of our state where all Constitutional officers who were sworn in were Republican. The trust placed in the…

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Chairman’s Corner: The will to prepare to win

by JASON SHEPHERD 2018 was a tough year for metro area Republicans. No statewide candidate won Gwinnett, north Fulton, Henry, or Cobb County for the first time in decades. We lost two legislative seats and two school board seats (one because no Republican candidate could be found to challenge for that seat). That’s not to…

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Chairman’s Corner: That’s why they call it the blues?

By JASON SHEPHERD Before I begin the analysis of Tuesday’s election, let me first say we have an extremely important runoff on Tuesday, December 4 for Secretary of State and Public Service Commissioner. Brad Raffensperger is still a State Representative and is about to go into special session where he cannot raise money and then…

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