This morning I attended a breakfast hosted by the Georgia Tech College Republicans. The meeting was held in Room 216 of the Capitol where Georgia Tech CR Chairwoman Kristen Greig introduced me to the rest of the GATech CRs and gave me the latest issue of The Conservative Buzz (their newspaper). The crowd was about 30 and many legislators stopped by to pay the CRs a visit including room sponser Rep. Austin Scott, State Rep. Jay Neal, State Rep. Tom Graves, State Rep. Mike Coan, State Rep. Melvin Everson, State Rep. Tom Knox, State Sen. Ralph Hudgens, State Sen. Lee Hawkins, and many more.One of the purposes of the meeting was to help the Georgia Tech College Republicans fundraise and go to CPAC this year. The Georgia Tech College Republicans are a group of energetic and passionate Republicans who will play a significant role in the upcoming General Elections. The Georgia Tech CRs are fortunate to have a leader in Chairwoman Greig, who has a drive and vision for success for the Republican Party.
One of a candidate’s greatest assets is a group of fired-up individuals who will work hard for them. Georgia’s Republican candidates should do their best to harness the fire within the younger generations in the GOP. The Georgia Association of College Republicans is the place to start and the Georgia Tech college Republicans are more than willing to help. I encourage everyone to talk with this group of CRs and visit their website, as well as other CR groups around the state in order to spread the message of the Republican Party.