Walton County GOP

      We hold these truths to be self evident, that ALL men are created equal and they are
       endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights that among those are
                                           LIFE, LIBERTY and the pursuit of Happiness
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   Roy Roberts

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May 26th

Ohio Governor John Kasich will appear at the Walton County Republican Party Barbecue on Tuesday May 26th from 5 to 8 PM at 54 Nunnally Farm Road, Monroe Ga. 30655, by far the best GOP event of the year. 

Tickets for this event can be purchased from the county party web site, simply click on the PayPal button and pay (remember to print your receipt and bring it with you). Individual tickets are $15.00 and a table of 9 $180.00, this is for VIP seating, up front and personal.

Get your tickets early, THE GO FAST!


The City of Loganville and the Loganville Rotary Club are parterning up to have the first annual
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for all the details
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770 466 2666




   Ga. Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-46)
   404 651 7738
   Ga. Sen. Burt Jones (R-25) 
   404 656 0082
    Ga. Rept. Bruce Williamson(R-111)
    404 656.7859

    Ga. Rept. Tom Kirby (R-107)
    404 656 0177

    U.S.Senator Johnny Isakson 
    Washington 202  224-3643 
    Atlanta (770) 661-0999

    U.S. Senator David Perdue
    Atlanta, 770-763-9090

    U.S. Congressman Dr. Jody Hice
   10th District Congressman

These are our collective voices that represent our wishes in Washington D.C.  and our State, make sure  they know how you feel, E-mail or call them today, they need to hear from you
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The Obama administration revealed Friday that it sent about 800,000 HealthCare.gov customers a tax form containing the wrong information, and asked them to hold off on filing their 2014 taxes. 

The self-inflicted bungle follows weeks of administration officials touting a successful enrollment season -- one that saw far fewer technical glitches than the rocky launch in late 2013. About 11.4 million people signed up this season. But the errors in tax information mean that nearly 1 million people may have to wait longer to get their tax refunds this year.






       Walton County  

                     Monthly Meeting 
          On the second Monday
            7:30 pm each month
      Monroe Community Center
              645 Church Street,
                    Monroe Ga.
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        Hillary! The gift that keeps on giving


The Internal Revenue Service let more than $5 billion in bogus education tax credits be claimed under an Obama administration 2012 stimulus effort, according to a report released Tuesday by the agency’s inspector general.
A whopping 3.8 million students were allowed to claim about $5.6 billion in tax credits that, in hindsight, appear to have been questionable or outright fraudulent, the report found. That’s hardly a small figure, as $5.6 billion amounts to more than 25 percent of all education credits given out by the government, an extraordinarily high level of inefficiency and waste. Not only that but the IRS still hasn’t found an effective way to stop more faulty credits from being claimed in the future.

“The IRS still does not have effective processes to identify erroneous claims for education credits,” says the report. “Although the IRS has taken steps to help address some of our recommendations, many of the deficiencies [the inspector general] previously identified still exist. As a result, taxpayers continue to receive billions of dollars in potentially erroneous education credits.”

Specifically, the report finds that about $3.2 billion in credits was granted to about 2 million taxpayers who didn’t file the proper form to claim it, and about $2.5 billion in credits was given to students who were attending academic institutions that do not qualify for them. Another $650 million was lost to about 400,000 taxpayers for claiming the American Opportunity Tax Credit for more than its maximum of four years


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