The lawn of the Lawrenceville Female Seminary/Adair House on South Perry Street in Lawrenceville is the place to be for the 2nd Annual Gwinnett GOP Chili Cookoff. We are hard at work securing competitors, sponsors, fun activities and a secret panel of judges for one of the last events before the November General Election!
Do you think you have what it takes to compete against your fellow Gwinnett Republicans and win one of the coveted awards for best chili?
Don’t be left out – Click Here to reserve your spot as a competitor, sponsor, or taster/connoisseur of the Gwinnett GOP Best chili today! Admission is $10 for adults or %5 for children. Admission includes chili samples, a bowl of chili, chips and a drink and a vote for the People’s Choice Chili.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, October 7 for the debates between David Perdue and Michelle Nunn AND between Governor Nathan Deal and Jason Carter.
The debates will be held in the huge exhibition building at the Georgia State Fairgrounds and Agricenter which holds about 5,000 people. Based on previous debates, we know the dems will be busing in very large numbers of union members from out of state to show support for their candidates in front of all the TV cameras.
The Perdue campaign is coordinating with the Gwinnett GOP and others to offer FREE transportation there and back, your ticket into the fair, and dinner. (The reason you need a ticket is that the Georgia State Fair is at the same time.)
Hello Fellow Republicans,
We’re another week closer to the November election and the polls are showing the race for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General and U.S. Senator are close. Granted, polls can always be skewed one way or another but we can’t assume that our great slate of candidates will be easily elected. There’s still time for you to get involved in many different ways and make a difference. This past week we had representatives at an International Festival in Lilburn, our annual booth at the Gwinnett County Fair, sign waving before the start of the North Gwinnett and Collins Hill football game and participating in the Suwanee Fest parade.
If you don’t think this election is important, think of it this way. We could be facing a run-off election in January of next year if Governor Deal or David Perdue, or their opponents, do not get over 50% of the vote! How do you really feel about getting political mailers and phone calls from candidates mixed in with your Christmas cards or Chanukah celebration? We can no longer think that we can just sit back and not worry about it.
On the first weekend in October, Victory Gwinnett was proud to have Sharon Day join us for our weekend walking push, but we’re even prouder of all our great volunteers who turned out and reached over 3,500 voters! Y’all are an amazing group of people.
But don’t think this is a once and done kind of year, with almost 400,000 registered voters here in Gwinnett alone, we’re still a long way from ensuring a conservative victory in our county for Perdue, Deal, and all our local candidates.
Sorry to interrupt your Labor Day Holiday weekend but…..
Mark your calendars now – the Gwinnett County Monthly Breakfast will be the place to be this Saturday, September 6th!
We have a stellar line-up scheduled including RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day, US Senator Johnny Isakson, Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and State House 81 candidate Jim Duffie.
With early voting beginning on October 13th, we don’t have a minute to waste. Representatives from the Victory Gwinnett Team will also be present to get you signed up to volunteer to make phone calls, walk neighborhoods and other exciting activities we have scheduled for the Fall.