Walton County GOP

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Walton County GOP

   Meeting on the 2nd Monday
      of each month at 7:00 PM
Monroe Community Center
602 E. Church Street
 Downtown Monroe, GA 30655


Our last monthly meeting before the Primary is Monday, May 14th at 7 PM. Speakers include Joe Hunt, candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives (GA10), and David Belle Isle, candidate for secretary of state. We'll also discuss the other election races and our upcoming BBQ!


Yes, it's that time again! The "political event of the year" will be on Saturday, May 26th from 5 pm - 8 pm. We will meet at Roy's farm (54 Nunnally Farm Road, Monroe, GA 30655) to enjoy some great food, hear from national, state, and local candidates, and have a good time!

Individual ticket prices are $20.00, and a VIP table can be purchased for $250.00 (candidates wishing to hang a banner and/or set up a tent have an additional fee of $100.00 each).
Payment in advance is required for VIP tables, banners, and tents. A change from previous years is that on-line purchasers must print their receipt as proof of purchase and bring to the ticket booth on the day of the event.

If you don't have a PayPal account, look below the Pay Pal logo to pay with your personal credit card.
Please print a copy of your payment and present at the ticket boot as PROOF of advance payment.


 Here is a current lineup of speakers:

U.S. Senator
David Perdue

U.S. Representative
Dr. Jody Hice

Governor Candidate(s)
Primary Winner (or Top Two if Runoff)

Lt. Governor Candidate(s)
Primary Winner (or Top Two if Runoff)

Secretary of State Candidate(s)
Primary Winner (or Top Two if Runoff)

Insurance Commissioner Candidate(s)
Primary Winner (or Top Two if Runoff)

Attorney General
Chris Carr

Insurance Commissioner
Ralph Hudgens

Agriculture Commissioner
Gary Black

Many other candidates for state and local offices will also be in attendance.


State Senator Bill Cowsert (R-46)
Majority Leader

State Senator Burt Jones (R-25)

State Rep. Bruce Williamson (R-115)
Majority Caucus Secretary/Treasurer

State Rep. Tom Kirby (R-114)

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

U.S. Senator David Perdue
(202) 224-3521 
Atlanta (770) 763-9090

U.S. Representative Dr. Jody Hice
10th District
Washington (202) 225-4101
Walton County (
77o) 554-1894


On the Green in downtown Loganville on May 26th from 10 am to 3 pm.

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“Our rich and abundant soil provides for more than just sustenance—it provides a beautiful and bountiful way of life for millions of Americans.”

President Donald J. Trump’s 2018 National Agriculture Day Proclamation

One in 12 jobs in the United States is dependent on agriculture, according to the Agriculture Council of America (ACA). From farmers to processors to consumers, the fruits—pun intended—of U.S. agriculture find their way into the home of every American.

National Agriculture Day, or “Ag Day,” is a moment to reflect on the essential role agriculture plays in our society. This year’s celebration on March 20 marks the 45th anniversary of Ag Day and carries the theme of “Agriculture: Food for Life.” The ACA started the Ag Day program in 1973 to teach more Americans about how food and fiber products are produced, how they contribute to the economy, and what career opportunities they afford.

President Donald J. Trump’s Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Purdue, has been active in traveling the country and hearing firsthand about how government decisions affect our farmers. The Administration is in the process of considering legislative, regulatory, and other policy changes stemming from the Interagency Task Force on Agriculture and Rural Prosperity, which Secretary Purdue chairs.


President Trump Hosts NRA At White House, Reaffirms Commitment To Second Amendment

By 1600 Daily Staff

President Trump spoke to a gathering of activists last week at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he reaffirmed his commitment to the Second Amendment, and hardening schools against violent situations. Second Amendment advocates have watched the President closely in recent days to see what reforms would be pursued by the administration. President Trump hosted representatives at the National Rifle Association (NRA) on Thursday night, and had a positive meeting with them on the matter.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders expounded upon the President’s remarks, which have been subject to misinterpretation in recent days. “On universal background checks, universal means something different to a lot of people. He certainly wants to focus and improve on the background check system.”

Sanders also said Trump’s position on raising the minimum age saying “conceptually, he still supports raising the age to 21. But he also knows there’s not a lot of broad support for that. But that’s something he would support. I think he thinks it would probably have more potential in the states than it would at the federal level”. The President remains committed to protecting the Second Amendment, and passing laws that make our schools safer.


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