Congratulations to the Hart County GRA Members who met tonight to charter the newest chapter! Much appreciation for Chapter Relations Committee Chairman Silas Roberts who organized this launch.
The participants broke bread at a local Mexican restaurant, and the meeting included an appearance from a potential candidate for State House looking to challenge a low-voter-scorecard Republican in the primary.
Now you can see our co-sponsored Panel Discussion “How Shall We Then Live?: The Intersection Between Politics, Medicine, and Theology” recently presented at the 2022 Faith and Medicine Conference in Forsyth County.
NWGRA President Eddie Caldwell and GRA Secretary Joanna Hildreth led a good chapter meeting last weekend, adding Walker County to the NWGRA chapter and voting on their local platform! If you live in northwest Georgia, be sure to reach out to Eddie or Joanna to get involved in the NWGRA!
The WGRA chapter is also scheduled to add Douglas and Harlson counties to regional chapter this week. In order to start a county chapter, according to the GRA state bylaws, a county has to have at least ten GRA members.
Eddie Caldwell serves as the President of the NWGRA chapter, which includes Whitfield, Catoosa, Murray, Gordon, and now Walker counties. Working together, their membership has successfully defeated several proposed SPLOSTs and Tax Allocation Districts (“TADs”) that were introduced by low-voter scorecard Republicans from the Georgia General Assembly.