Georgia Young Republican Chairwoman Meagan Hanson announced over the weekend her bid to become Chairwoman of the Young Republican National Federation. Last year, she was unanimously elected Chairman of State Chair’s Association for the Young Republican National Federation. Meagan, a graduate of the University of Alabama, served as the Vice Chairwoman of the Alabama Federation of College Republicans. After her graduation, she moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked as Senator Jeff Sessions’ defense legislative correspondent. Meagan then moved back to Alabama to attend the University of Alabama School of Law.
Meagan is 2012 graduate of the Republican Leadership for Georgia and a 2013 graduate of the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute. She is currently a member of the Class of 2014 of the Regional Leadership Institute of the Atlanta Regional Commission.
Meagan has been endorsed by a number of Georgia’s party activists and elected officials, including Senate President Pro-Tempore David Shafer, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, Attorney General Sam Olens, and former 11th District Congressional candidate Tricia Pridemore. She boasts a number of endorsements from out-of-state politicians and activists, as well.