Posted on February 27, 2014 Filed Under Meeting Info
The Meet & Greet for Governor Deal this weekend, March 1st, is sponsored by the Paulding County Republican Party and the City of Dallas as co-sponsor.
The Bumble Bee Bakery is catering the event and Dunkin Donuts is supplying the coffee. This event is free to the public from 10:30 to 11:30 local time (EST).
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Paulding County Republican Party Chair, Vernon Collett at vernon [dot] collett [at] reagan [dot] com.
Posted on February 21, 2014 Filed Under In the News
On Saturday, March 1st the Paulding County Republican Party and the City of Dallas will host Governor Nathan Deal at the Dallas Civic Center, Dallas, GA from 10:30 to 11:30. This event will be held at the Civic Center, which is located at 121 East Griffin Street (Dallas, GA) adjacent to the Dallas Theater.
This event is open to the public.
Posted on January 13, 2014 Filed Under Uncategorized
PROJECT VOTE SMART
State and County Congressional Candidates’ willingness to answer questions on the major issues facing the nation find themselves consistently performing worse than others, no matter when, how, or by whom they were asked.
As the 2014 Paulding County GOP meetings begin and as part of a collaboration with the 2014 Georgia Congressional candidates running for leadership positions for the Conservative Leadership Office of the Georgia Republican Party, Vote Smart’s Political Courage Test is open to pressure each candidate to answer a series of issue questions known to be at the top of the public’s mind and most likely to come up.
Since 2014 is an election year for public office, the mass media reminds us that elections are both highly-charged symbolic rituals of democracy and key procedural components of our political institutions. Both aspects of elections – symbolic and procedural – serve critical functions at all levels of our political system. Therefore, it is important to come to the Paulding County GOP monthly meetings to hear our guest speakers who are Congressional Candidates that are running for leadership positions within the Republican Party.
January 18, 2014 is the first Paulding County GOP meeting at Chicken World (4109 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway, Hiram, GA 30141) at 9:00 am. The scheduled guest speakers are Karen Handel running for U. S. Senate and John Barge running for GA Governor.
Karen Handel John D. Barge
Office: U. S. Senate Office: GA Governor
Husband: Steve Wife: Loraine
BA, Communication/Public Relations, Berry College 1988
MA, State University of West Georgia
PhD, University of GA
Political Experience: Political Experience:
Secretary, State of GA 2006-2010 Superintendent of Schools, State of GA 2010-present
Candidate GA State Governor 2010
Chair, Fulton County Board of
Professional Experience: Professional Experience:
Deputy Chief of Staff English Teacher, Armuchee High School
Governor Sonny Perdue 2002 Director, Secondary Curriculum, Bartow County
Deputy Chief of Staff School System
Bush-Quayle White House Adjunct Professor, Berry College
President, CEO English Teacher, Cass High School
North Fulton Chamber of Commerce Principal, Chestatee High School
Secretary Assistant Principal, Floyd County School System
Executive, CIBA Vision, KPMG State Director of Career, Technical and Agriculture Education
GA Department of Education
Assistant Principal, Haralson County High School
Assistant Principal, Rome High School
Chair, Bartow County Work Ready Committee
American Cancer Society Volunteer/Site Host,
Gainesville, Georgia Relay for Life
Volunteer, Elachee Nature Center
Volunteer, Rome Parent/Teacher Association
All of us realize that the mudslinging tactics once associated only with the crudest kinds of local politics now characterize virtually all campaigns and have stripped us of the most crucial component in our struggle to self-govern: access to abundant, in-depth, accurate and relevant information about those who govern us. Vote smart, Stay informed, come to our meetings to hear our guest speakers and dare to ask the candidate the questions that are at the top of the public’s mind – The voter’s self-defense.
Posted on January 12, 2014 Filed Under Uncategorized
But What Exactly Will Make The News in 2014?
As the challenges looming at the doors of 2014 have been postponed by the dysfunction and inertia of 2013, join us for our next monthly meeting on Saturday, January 18th at 9:00 am to help shape the future of American democracy. So please make plans to come to our monthly breakfast meeting at our first meeting of the New Year.
We plan to meet at Chicken World (4109 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway, Hiram, GA 30141) located in the Academy Sports Shopping Center. For the meeting, Chicken World will be serving Chicken biscuits with eggs, coffee, juice, and other drinks. This election year will shape the 2014 Georgia Congressional Agenda; therefore you do not want to miss our scheduled guest speakers.
So please become part of our meeting and hear of all the volunteer and community service activities we’ve planned for 2014 as well as learn of the future opportunities to be involved and prepare for the 2014 elections. The time to get involved is now so we can plan for a successful grassroots effort to Keep Paulding Red in 2014.