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Ellijay, Georgia
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Located in north Georgia  
about 80 miles north of
Atlanta, in the 9th District    
of Georgia -- one of the
most conservative
Districts in the country.

Population:  28,500
Registered Voters:  14,131
Elected County Officials
who are Republican:  100%
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2012 ELECTION
Voter turnout:  74.72%
(11,008 voters)

Voted for Romney:  
81.03%  
(8,920 votes)



















The next GOP EVENT is Tuesday,
October 7, at 6:30 pm
at Harrison
Hall, Dalton Street, Ellijay, when the
program will focus on voting and the
importance of turning out voters for
the November election.         
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On
October 4, 2014 the Gilmer
GOP opens a campaign
headquarters at 96 Main Street,
Ellijay, GA, thanks to the generous
help of David Braun and Artisan
Silver and Gifts at same location.  
Open house will be held on
Saturday October 4th from noon to
3:00 pm.   

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                               ANNOUNCEMENTS
             SEPTEMBER 4, 2014

 September GOP Meeting

    It may have been a bit humid
    and very hot earlier in the day
    on Tuesday, September 2, but
    by 6:30 the weather had cooled
    a bit and the fans at the ETC
    pavilion were blowing strong.
We had two great speakers talking to attendees.  The first
was Will Kremer, State Chairman of the Association of
College Republicans, who talked about Millennials and
how they viewed issues.  Most were socially liberal but
fiscally conservative, but polls could show that even those
attitudes might change depending on the questions
asked.  Key, however, was jobs at the top of the list.  

The most lasting impression, however, is that this young
man who represents the largest state organization of
college Republicans in the country, is such an
accomplished speaker and representative of not only his
peers but of the Republican Party, and  that the college
Republicans are not the future of our party --- they ARE
our party.  They get their news from social media and
clearly see things differently in many ways.  

    Our second speaker, Bruce
    Azevedo, is 1st Vice Chair of the
    9th District GOP, and presented
    an update and great information
    on what the State GOP is doing
    to organize and engage
volunteers to get out the vote in November.  New
applications and tools are being rolled out and regional
offices have been set up.  Key is getting the base out to
vote.  He answered so many questions!  We have a lot to
absorb.  

Pictures from the event have been posted to the
Gilmer County Republican Party Facebook page. Credit
for these great pictures goes to Susan Cauble and Don
Murray.  THANK YOU to all who participated.  
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    Our email list
         
      "I'm not getting your emails."   
      
Gilmer GOP subscribes to the global email outreach
service Mail Chimp. Emails don't go out very often
because we don't like to clutter your IN box.  However, for
the emails that are sent out, there is a very low Open rate.
Part of this could be due to the fact that the emails are
going to your Junk or Spam folders.  Please check those
folders every once in a while, and add Gilmer County
Republican Party to your address list and it should fix that
problem.

   
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OCTOBER 7 at  
Harrison Hall for
next GOP event  
MONDAY,
OCTOBER 6, 2014

LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO
VOTE TO BE ABLE TO VOTE IN
THE GENERAL ELECTION ON
NOVEMBER 4
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