Thousands of Georgia Republicans gather today in hundreds of Mass Meetings across the state with the purpose of electing delegates and alternates to their county conventions to be held in March.
County conventions will elect delegates and alternates to the GOP state convention (held in May) and congressional district conventions (April)–each of which elect delegates and alternates to the Republican national convention. The national convention, of course, selects and nominates the Republican candidate for President.
There are more than 50 here in Wendell Willard’s House district alone. Reports are that 400 have shown in Gwinnett, 300 in Forsyth, 150 in Hall, 250 in Cherokee and 110 in Douglas County.
Any reports or updates in your areas? Strength of any particular campaign?
UPDATE: there were apparently more than 500 attendees in Forsyth County, much larger than the initial report.