This past year has been full of many successes and equal amounts of challenges. The Georgia Young Republicans proudly helped contribute to successes such as electing Governor Brian Kemp, defeating Socialist Stacey Abrams, re-electing Congressman Rob Woodall, and maintaining a majority in the Georgia General Assembly. As the nation watched the tight races taking place in Georgia, the best group of Young Republicans in the country demonstrated exactly why we have been recognized by our peers as such.

In 2018, the Georgia Young Republicans once again went on the road to help elect Republicans up and down the ballot. From metro-Atlanta to Savannah to Rome and beyond, we spent many hours knocking doors and making phone calls which resulted in many victories.

Success, though, is not permanent. Yesterday is a cashed check. Our opposition on the left know they must work hard, and after a string of defeats across this State they are itching for a signature win. The Georgia Young Republicans refuse to let them take that opportunity and will once again challenge them in the coming year.

That said, Georgia will become a battleground state for the first time in many years in 2020. This coming year is extremely important to Republicans and the entire nation will be looking to Georgia to continue to deliver victories. We must continue building our infrastructure as an organization. While the last few years has seen tremendous growth in terms of our media presence, we now have to continue taking steps to create a permanent professional operation. We must develop a strategy to make more voter contacts and reach more young voters than our organization has ever one before.

We cannot rest on the laurels of our past success. We hope you’ll continue to join us in the hard work it takes to make the Georgia Young Republicans and Georgia Republican Party the best in the nation.

Read the 2015-16 Strategic Plan
Read the 2016-17 Strategic Plan

2019-2020-Strategic-Plan






Unable to display Facebook posts.
Show error

Error: Error validating access token: The session has been invalidated because the user changed their password or Facebook has changed the session for security reasons.
Type: OAuthException
Code: 190
Subcode: 460
Please refer to our Error Message Reference.