Marjorie Greene is a GRA member who has worked tirelessly and boldly to promote small-government, constitutional, conservative values in line with GRA principles in her campaign for the 14th Congressional District. Marjorie and her husband, Perry, have been married 23 years. They have three children, Lauren, Taylor and Derek. Marjorie believes the best part of her life is being a mother and spending time with her family. They have worked together to build Taylor Commercial, a commercial construction and renovation company. The company has since managed a quarter of a billion dollars of construction projects. Marjorie successfully started, grew, and sold a thriving CrossFit gym here in Georgia which has become one of the top CrossFit gyms in the country. Marjorie has a unique perspective on how to succeed from the ground up, through true hard work and financial responsibility. Marjorie graduated from the University of Georgia and received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Heritage Action Congressional Score: “A” —
Former Congressman Paul Broun previously served with fearless distinction in the U.S. Congress for four terms from 2007 to 2014, and earned the top voting record in Congress. He was endorsed by Congressman Ron Paul(R-Texas) when he ran for U.S. Senate in 2014 because of his consistent integrity for small, constitutional federal government. Prior to politics, he earned a Bachelor’s in Chemistry, worked as a medical doctor for 40 years, and rose to the rank of Commander in the U.S. Navy. Over the last few years he has worked as the President of our GRA-PAC. He brings a great deal of seasoned experience to the race for Congress, and has proven that he cannot be bought by the Swamp in Washginton, D.C.
Among the challengers to Paul Broun in the race for the 9th Congressional race is State Representative Kevin Tanner, who earned a disappointing “F” on his legislative scorecard.
You can learn more and contribute to Paul’s campaign a https://www.paulbroun.com/.
Jack Staver is a small business owner and involved citizen. Jack is the Chairman of the Northwest GA 9/12 project and has served in an advisory capacity for other grassroots conservative Republican organizations.
He helped lead the tea party movement in Georgia at its inception and has worked as an activist attempting to reign in an out of control government at all levels since 2009. He has planned or spoke at various statewide and national events and appeared on TV and radio. Most recently, he offered himself for public service in Cherokee County, barely missing election by less than 100 votes.
Jack is a lifelong Republican who has always believed the government is “We the People” and diligently works at reminding our government of that at all levels. He has served as an officer in both the Cherokee County GOP and the 11th Congressional District GOP as well as a State Committeeman with the GAGOP.
Kay Godwin has been a grassroots activist for more than 27 years, serving on more than 100 local, state, and federal campaigns including as state grassroots co-chair for the George W. Bush campaign. Kay has been a Delegate/Alternate to four national conventions, served as chairman of the Pierce County Republican Party, and as Chairwoman of Georgia Under 80 Thousand Counties in the Georgia GOP.
In 2003, Kay received the A. A. Richardson Georgia Republican Volunteer of the Year award. She is the co-founder of Georgia Conservatives In Action, Capital Coalition of Conservative Leaders, and Calling All Moms, and also serves on the Georgia Baptist Ethics and Public Policy committee.
Kay has been a critical part of ensuring Republican dominance in Georgia and is committed to ensuring the principles of the Republican Party stay strong.
After attending Indiana University as an opera major, Debra earned her B.S. in
Business Management in 1989 from Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C. She
has been a professional musician and entertainer for over 35 years.
Ms. Lieb has been in the political arena since 2009 holding several offices in the
Cobb County Republican Party: Precinct Chair for Blackwell 01 and House
District Chair for districts 43 and 44. Currently she is Precinct Chair for Blackwell
01 and District Chair for HD44. Debra has been active in County, District and
State Conventions as a delegate and has worked in numerous campaigns in local,
state and national elections. She was so inspired by the candidacy of Donald
Trump, that she wrote and produced a song entitled “Get on Board”. This was
her first song to be copyrighted during her music career of 35 + years.
Ms. Lieb believes it is vital to be involved in the Republican party to help turn it
back into the conservative principles it once held. She has been a member of the
GRA since 2016 and was elected Assistant Secretary in August of 2017. She
produces our quarterly newsletter.
Norine attended UNG and received her AA in Business Administration. Also, attended the Leadership Institute to learn how to effectively run a grassroots campaign.
Norine is actively involved in her local GOP as the Events Chair, and other local political organizations. She has been involved in politics for many years and has had active roles in running campaigns including being an Intern for Congressman Paul Broun.
Norine volunteered for Candidate Trump and passionately supported and voted for him. If you have more questions, please call or email.
Pat Tippett has been a grassroots activist for more than 25 years serving on numerous local, state, and federal campaigns, including as state grassroots co-chair for the George W. Bush campaign.
She has been a Delegate/Alternate to four national conventions and served as Chair of the First Congressional District Republican Party in 2009-2011. In 2002, she received the A. A. Richardson Georgia Republican Volunteer of the Year award and in 2001 received the State of Georgia Republican Party Outstanding Service Award. She is the Co-founder of Georgia Conservatives in Action, Co-founder of the Capital Coalition of Conservative Leaders, and Co-founder of Calling All Moms.
Pat was instrumental in seeing Georgia become a Republican state, and is committed to ensuring elected officials serve the people that elected them.
Frank Molesky served as the 3rd Vice President of the GRA until he was elected as the new Southeastern NFRA Director in the autumn of 2019. Retired now as a successful financial advisor for many years, Frank has been active in the Republican Party and in the Republican Assembly all the way back since the 1964 Republican National Convention from California. He loves to travel.
Mike Scupin has an A.E. degree in Architecture from Southern Technical Institute, a BBA degree in Economics from North Georgia College, a MS degree in Management of Technology from Southern Polytechnic and State University. He has been an adjunct professor at North Georgia College teaching various management courses.
Mike has various business experiences. He has worked in planning and engineering, owned and operated a gift shop, as a Registered Land Surveyor owned and operated a land surveying business, and has been involved in the building and development business.
For years Mike had realized there was something terribly wrong in our political system but like many was unsure how he could help change things. When the tea party movement began Mike was looking for a tea party group close to his home to join but could not find one. He started Lanier Tea Party Patriots and during its early inception he was unable to find people willing to step out and get involved so he operated as a one-man tea party for over a year. During this time he assisted others in pushing the Georgia Legislature to adopt a Healthcare Compact Agreement and Georgia become the first state in the union to actually have an agreement approved and signed by the Governor. Since its early inception the Lanier Tea Party has grown significantly to become a very active group that continues today to put pressure on elected officials to stand by their oaths and support and defend the Constitutions of the USA and Georgia.
Mike became a member of the Republican Party shortly after forming the Lanier Tea Party and continues to be a member. Mike was a candidate for Congress in 2016.
Mike is involved with a large number of other groups in Georgia that are working for better government.
Mike is a co-host on Thursday mornings on WDUN radio in Gainesville where he tries to bring attention to things the people need to know to bring appropriate change to politics in both Georgia and the nation.