Walton County GOP

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    WCRP Chairman
   Roy Roberts
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We have a packed agenda for our Meeting in September, Be there!

Our Guest Speakers are

Mark Butler
Labor Commissioner


Ralph Hudgins
Georgia Insurance Commissioner


Richard Wood
Candidate for State School Superintendent


Todd Rehm
Georgia Pundit



   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 Saxby Chambliss, 
    Atlanta, 770-763-9090

    U.S. Congressman Paul Broun
   10th District Congressman

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         Leading from behind? SO! how's that working for you MR. President?

       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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Dominating the Senate race headlines this week was a leaked campaign memo from Democratic nominee in Georgia, whom their party establishment has touted as the vehicle to revival in the state for well over a year. What a memo it was, too, laced with language that’s going to dog her campaign from now through November.

 Some real whoppers could be found, including but not limited to – planning to raise more money out of state than in, admitting that a “Peach State Pledge” to reject outside groups pouring money into the race was a fundraising gimmick, and listing her message on Israel as “To Be Determined.” The caveat of said position, or lack thereof, ensuring a fundraising goal from the Jewish community gets met over the course of the campaign.

 It gets worse. A list prioritizing policy lists “rural issues” dead last – never mind the fact that agriculture is Georgia’s number one industry. Furthermore, Nunn’s campaign team worries that she’ll be perceived as “too liberal” and unable to connect with rural Georgians, given the reality that she grew up far away from the Middle Georgia stomping grounds of her family’s roots.

 What’s drawn the most headlines is the concern expressed regarding Nunn’s time at the helm of Points of Light. The group validated as a charity organization, in turn equaling a $33,000 grant, a group that has ties to Hamas and has been banned from being active in Israel.


Does any one really believe that Mrs. Lerners 
E- mails were simply lost?


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