Our endorsed State Senator Colton Moore (R-53) has launched a weekly podcast on Mondays, reporting on what’s happening in the State Capitol and what he’s up to! See the first episode here:
Colton earned an “A” rating on his GRA vote scorecard in both 2019 and 2020 as a State Representative from Dade County. We were pleased to endorse him and support his victorious campaign last year for State Senate with canvassing and financial contributions through our GRA-PAC. We look forward to seeing what he will accomplish this legislative session and what stands he will take.
The podcast will explore topics relevant to our state such as education, immigration, our Constitutionally-protected individual liberties, and much, much Moore!
Tune in every Monday! Watch these weekly updates from Sen. Colton Moore on the issues that matter most to Georgia!
The Georgia Republican Assembly was pleased to participate in the BLEXIT Christmas Party this past weekend, and show our support for the work of this movement of Black Americans who are Exiting the Democrat Party with its Big Government woke nonesense!
Originally founded by Candace Owens, the BLEXIT organization in Georgia is run by a fantastic group of dedicated leaders, including Jay Andrews. We would encourage you to learn more about them!
The GRA has been leading Prayer Vigils for the Runoff Campaign of Herschel Walker over the last week, and there are two more left—if you would like to participate! These Prayer Vigils are being organized and hosted by our GRA leader Sheryl Sellaway.
We believe there is power in the name of Jesus Christ—and God’s people joining together in humble submission to the Lord to ask, seek, and knock.
We welcome our fellow GRA members from across the state to join us for the two remaining 30 minute prayer meetings scheduled on Thursday, Dec. 1 and Monday, Dec. 5 at 7pm.
To participate in the Prayer Vigils, you can call in at 425-436-6313 and use access code 2820704.
YouTube cancels one of our videos — AGAIN! Earlier this year at a medical conference held near Ronald Reagan Boulevard, we co-hosted a panel discussion “How Shall We Then Live? A Panel Discussion on the Intersection of Politics, Medicine, & Theology.” The video of the panel was one of our most watched recorded events, but this morning YouTube notified us that they had taken it down because “it violates [their] medical misinformation policy.” Thankfully, the video is still available for viewing on our Rumble account! Watch it here:
In case you missed it: We have postponed our GRA President’s Dinner until next year after Democrat U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock accepted Republican nominee Herschel Walker‘s challenge to a debate the same evening of Friday, October 14th at 7:00pm. The debate will take place in Savannah, the city where Warnock was born. Walker was born not far from there in Wrightsville, Georgia.
We want you to be able to watch this political debate live so you can be informed about which of the candidates running best represents the principles of the Republican Party. Libertarian Party nominee Chase Oliver has also qualified for the Nov. 8 general election, and we would recommend learning about his platform as well. We also realize that many of our members are activist volunteers in many campaign efforts, and we don’t want to distract from their important work.
Tune into the debate between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock this coming Friday evening at any of the following television networks:
In any campaign for U.S. Senate, a Republican candidate needs to appeal to strong conservatives—including fiscal conservatives! When Republicans are in control of the White House and Congress, the National Debt should be going DOWN—not up slower! When Republicans in the U.S. Senate vote to expand the size and spending of the federal government, they disenchant many conservatives who then vote third-party. If we want to win, remember the lesson of 2020 and don’t make this mistake again, Republicans!
This news chart suggests that many who would normally vote for the Republican voted third-party after seeing how the Republican U.S. Senator voted repeatedly for increased deficit spending and other fiscally irresponsible policies:
Our new North Metro Republican Assembly chapter is co-hosting a “Georgia Unite” Conference on October 8th, and they would like to invite you to come! Unite with fellow American Patriots to learn from conservative leaders on what threatens our Constitutional Republic and how to inspire change for tomorrow. Register here!
In case you missed the Cobb County Republican Assembly’s recent special event, you can now watch the video recording of attorney Ben DuPré’s report Life, Liberty, & Pistols: The Impact of SCOTUS’s Recent Term! In addition to serving as a lawyer who has worked on many cases over the years dealing with the subject matter involved in the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent rulings, Ben also serves as the Chief of Staff for the Chief Justice of the Alabama State Supreme Court.
Watch the video on the Cobb RA YouTube channel here:
The North Metro RA chapter has just confirmed ICE Acting Director under the Trump Administration, Thomas Holman, as their keynote headliner for the 2022 Georgia Unite Conference scheduled for Oct. 8th. They are hosting it in Cherokee County at a 500 seat event facility at The Bluffs Governmental Complex in Canton. Our North Metro GRA Chapter is also planning a VIP Fundraising Dinner the evening before on Friday night.
They are also pleased to report that their newsletter is coming out this weekend to promote the event as they just confirmed our keynote headliner today.
The Georgia Unite theme centers around securing our Southern Border. Previous 6th District Congressional candidate Mallory Staples, soon to be the new Freedom Caucus Georgia Director, is serving as the MC. They are bringing multiple local conservative Patriot Groups together to rally together around securing the sovereignty of our country, otherwise have no country!
In addition, the North Metro RA created this announcement for the chapter to recruit volunteers because only four phone callers were logged into Hershel’s “Turn-out-the-Vote” phone system in all of NW Georgia last Saturday. They say “he needs our sacrificial help NOW!”
They have released this calendar of events for their chapter:
One of our county chapters is putting together a special event we think you may want to attend. The Cobb County Republican Assembly is pleased have a special guest speaker for their county convention on Thursday evening, August 18th at the Cobb County GOP Headquarters: Attorney Ben DuPré, Chief of Staff to the Republican Chief Justice Tom Parker of the Alabama State Supreme Court, will personally provide a message on what is being called “the U.S. Supreme Court’s best term in the history of America!” We will hear a summary and explanation on how the court has overturned major damaging precendent that egregiously deviated from the history and text of the U.S. Constitution to circumvent our elected representative system and imposed tyranny on Americans for decades. We will better understand how the series of court decisions were landmark for gun rights, the lives of the preborn, energy development, bureaucratic over-reach, freedom of religion, school choice, and more!
Ben DuPré is the husband of Jerusha DuPré and the father of seven children, who are educated at home through Ezekiel Academy. Ben is a constitutional law attorney licensed in Virginia and Alabama. Although born and raised in New York, Ben came south as soon as he could, attending Regent University Law School in Virginia, before moving to Montgomery in 2001 to work for Chief Justice Roy Moore at the Alabama Supreme Court on the same day the Ten Commandments monument was installed. In 2003 Ben left the Court to work with Chief Justice Moore at the Foundation for Moral Law for nine years, defending religious liberty and advocating for the pre-born in Georgia, Alabama, and across the country.
Since 2013, Ben served as Chief of Staff for both Chief Justice Moore and now Chief Justice Tom Parker. Ben serves as a deacon at Evangel Church in Montgomery, and is grateful to be saved by grace and to be a survivor of Roe v. Wade.
Registration for the event includes refreshments, dessert, and a time for Q&A with our guest speaker. Cobb RA season pass holders get $15 off this and future events we host this year!
Here is a summary of the location and times for the up-coming event: Cobb RA County Convention Held at the Cobb GOP Headquarters 799 Roswell Street NW, Marietta, GA 30060 $30 early-bird registration (refreshments & dessert included) $15 registration with season pass Thursday, August 18, 2022 7:00 PM EST (guest speaker)
We are pleased to report that we’ve formed a new regional chapter below the gnat line! The South-East Georgia Republican Assembly: SEGRA.
39 of Georgia’s 159 counties have now incorporated GRA local chapters either through individual county Republican Assembly organizations or by regional organizations.
SEGRA consists of six counties along the heart of Georgia’s small coastline: Chatham, Effingham, Bryan, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh, among the oldest counties in the state—dating back before the War for Independence in 1776. Organized originally by Dean Burnette, SEGRA is led by Brittany Brown and her local chapter’s executive committee with a vision on expanding GOP appeal and shaking up the Establishment to improve politics in the southeastern region. We invite you to learn more about them at their web site at https://segra.us/ or on their social media at their Facebook page..