ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE DEATH OF MICHAEL BROWN AND PROCESS FOR SUBSTITUTE NOMINATION FOR HOUSE DISTRICT 98
The Georgia Republican Party is saddened to report that Michael Brown, Republican nominee for State House District 98, died suddenly on Tuesday, August 19. Michael was a wonderful person, loving husband and father and would have been a great addition to the State House of Representatives. He will be terribly missed by his family and his many friends.
Michael had no opposition in the General Election in November. Under state law, the State Executive Committee has the option of making a substitute nomination. Yesterday, the Committee voted that it would fill the nomination and notified the Secretary of State of the same.
The Georgia GOP Community Service Committee is shining a light on the very important work of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and on the families who travel from all over the State in order for their child to receive treatment at this world-class facility. Please take a moment to read the message below and consider purchasing a gift card to help this worthy cause. We will have a donation box at the June breakfast Saturday to collect the cards and will ensure your donation is delivered to the committee.
The Gwinnett County Relay for Life is only 12 days away and we are getting ready to gear up to help Finish the Fight with the American Cancer Society and our Pete’s Patriots Team!
What you can do to help:
#1 – We are looking for survivors to join us for the Survivor Reception and Victory Lap. We have a great group put together so far, but if you are a survivor or know someone you think would enjoy participating, please sign up right away to join us. The survivor festivities begin Friday May 9th at 4:30, with a reception where you receive a free survivor t-shirt, eat yummy treats, have pictures taken with fellow survivors and then the celebration concludes at 7pm with the Survivor Victory Lap.
Greetings Fellow Republicans.
Festival season is upon us and we need YOU to make it a success!
Gwinnett’s community festival season kicks off with Grayson Day on April 26 and your Gwinnett GOP Executive Board is busy making plans to participate in as many of the annual events as possible – all the way through to the Lilburn Christmas Parade in December.
In the midst of the mid-term election cycle, these community events are important opportunities for us to present our positive, conservative message to the citizens of our great County.
I’m sure you know, these events don’t happen by themselves. It takes hard work, time and dedication by volunteers like you to help set up the tent, transport campaign materials and provide smiling faces to greet our visitors during festival hours.
It’s public opinion poll time again!
As you are all aware, the Georgia General Assembly is well on its way in what promises to be one of the shortest legislative sessions in recent memory. With qualifying for candidates and the primary elections being moved up, our current elected officials are hoping to end the 40 Day Legislative Session by March 20th so they may focus on spending time with you and asking for your vote in their re-election campaigns.
Your Gwinnett GOP Executive Board thought this would be a good time to ask you to weigh in on some of the issues being debated this Legislative Session and to gauge your support for candidates in the race for Governor, US Senate and State School Superintendent.