Walton County GOP

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   Walton County GOP
    Meeting on the 2nd Monday
            Each month at 7:30 PM
        Monroe Community Center
                265 Church Street
               Downtown Monroe
                County Chairman
OK GANG We're back!
Our Next Meeting is set for
April 10th
So mark you calendar and Let's kick off 2017 in a big way

the membership dues are now due
If you have not yet renewed please do so ASAP, we are preparing our 2017 membership list and need to have everyone on board.
Go to the Membership page here and sign up and pay , you can do so with your credit card or pay on line using the Pay Pal Account, Just follow the simple instructions on the Membership pag



Mark your calendar for May 23rd from 5 pm until 8 pm.
more details on our event page


County Republican Party will convene Mass Meeting to elect Delegates and

Alternates to the District and State Convention.

Registration will open at

9:00 a.m. on March 18, 2017, at the following location:

Monroe Community Center
265 Church Street
Monroe Ga.
for more information contact
Chairman Roy Roberts
770 2672706

Additional information on the
10th District Convention
State Convention at this meeting.


Let's hope that we get it right this time!


   Ga. Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-46)
   404 651 7738
   Ga. Sen. Burt Jones (R-25) 
   Ga. Senator Burt Jones (R-25th)
   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
   Walton County,

These are YOUR representatives
call them and let them know your concerns.


It's early but mark your calendar
MAY 27th
On the Green in Down Town Loganville
For the 3rd Annual

       Walton County  

     Dead End: Senate Intelligence
    Democrats Admit There May Be
 ZERO Evidence of Collusion between
     Russians and Trump Campaig

As Guy wrote last week, Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) has retreated from his claim that there’s solid evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence agencies. Now, his colleagues on the Senate Intelligent after a month into their investigation (via John Sexton/Buzzfeed) [emphasis mine:]

A month into its sweeping investigation into the Kremlin’s efforts to undermine the US election, the Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to answer all those questions — publicly, coherently, and fast. As the days tick by, they’re less and less sure they’ll be able to.

Even some Democrats on the Intelligence Committee now quietly admit, after several briefings and preliminary inquiries, they don’t expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Trump campaign and known Russian intelligence operatives, though investigators have only just begun reviewing raw intelligence. Among the Intelligence Committee’s rank and file, there’s a tangible frustration over what one official called “wildly inflated” expectations surrounding the panel’s fledgling investigation.


The battle has begun to cut spending and bring All Americans back to trusting our government started on January 3rd 2017

President Trump may be headed into a big fight with Republican lawmakers with his plans for dramatic cuts to federal spending.

Officials in the Trump administration are combing through conservative budgets to find ways to save money in an effort to get rid of the “tremendous waste, fraud and abuse” that Trump pledged to eliminate during the campaign.

Many of the proposals that the officials are reviewing would gain support from a majority of conservative House Republicans, who have sought to cut the federal deficit by scrapping government programs they view as unnecessary.

But some of Trump’s targets have fans in the GOP-controlled Congress, particularly in the Senate.

Trump's team is working with the Office of Management and Budget to lay the groundwork for the new administration’s initial budget proposal, which is expected to reach Congress in the next 45 days.



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