GOP “Bluegrass & BBQ” This Saturday.

Republicans in north Georgia are getting together this weekend to encourage folks to vote. Below are the details, sent to me via email.

You’re invited to an old fashioned
“Get Out The Vote” Bluegrass & Barbecue honoring
Governor Nathan Deal
And
Georgia’s Constitutional Officers
Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle
Secretary of State Brian Kemp
Attorney General Sam Olens
Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black
Commissioner of Insurance Ralph Hudgens
Commissioner of Labor Mark Butler
State School Superintendent Candidate Richard Woods

Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014
4:00 to 7:30
Stacy Britt Angus Farm
724 E & M Dairy Road,
Hartwell, GA 30643

Host Committee
Rep. Alan Powell, Rep. Regina Ouick, Sen. Bill Jackson, Rep. Tom McCall, Rep. Tommy Benton, Sen. Butch Miller, Rep. Mickey Channell, Rep. Stephen Allison, Sen. Bill Cowsert, Rep. Terry Rogers, Rep. Dan Gasaway, Sen. Frank Ginn, Rep. Emory Dunahoo, Rep. Tim Barr, Sen. Steve Gooch, Rep. Chuck Williams, Sen. John Wilkinson, Rep. Lee Hawkins, Rep. Carl Rogers, Sen. Charlie Bethel, Rep. Kevin Tanner, Rep Rick Jasperse

Special Host: Speaker David Ralston
*Special Thanks to the Stacy Britt Family and other Sponsors!

14 comments

  1. View from Brookhaven says:

    Who exactly are they encouraging to vote? I assume the bunch of GOP loyalists that would show up to such an event are already all in.

  2. Cowabunga says:

    Can we bring cameras? This ought to be the event of the year. Will they have that crew cut, redneck cop on hand as the bouncer? Any ghetto grandmothers on hand so the old coot Deal can insult some elderly folks? It’s quite humorous that Deal had his sweetheart deal with the state that helped him become a millionaire but has so much disdain for working people. Come to think about it, seems to be happening quite a lot to the fat cats under the gold dome.

  3. FTSmithers says:

    meanwhile in Glennville Rick Allan thinks bringing in Kevin McCarthy is tge best way to kick off his “Rural Roundup”

    (Kevin McCarthy is not from rural Georgia

  4. This event is being held on a Bull Farm.

    ….seems legit.

    Edit: I’ve got to stop relying on one liners and Will Rogeresque glib and provide something of more substance.

    um…know what would make me believe in God? For the earth to swallow up that group. Just them, not the bulls. That is when I could believe in a god of love.

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