The 2016 election season is well under way with all the drama that comes with presidential politics. Likewise our Georgia General Assembly is quickly moving to finish this session as political leaders position and prepare for the May general primary election. In the world of politics we are indeed in the harvest season, and the Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-Ga) is hard at work in the field building a separate, unique, and distinct political party from the grassroots up!
Unlike reform groups like the Democratic Pro-Life Caucus and the Republican Assembly, or the TEA Parties (which are not political parties but instead activist coalitions), the CP-Ga is a real political party working to help build a multifaceted network of like-minded supporters and organizations to achieve specific political ends. The past three decades are littered with honest efforts of like-minded patriots who – either as elected officials or party officials – have attempted to change the GOP or the Democrat Party from within. Most party reform movements are focused only on changing stated policy or personnel of the two major parties. But lasting political change must include building a political infrastructure and culture that promotes the basic principles of Christian civil government. That change is best promoted through a distinct political party with a multi-generational vision to build at the local level. True spiritual revival in our communities provides the soil in which the CP-Ga can thrive. The party’s expansion will be paced with the growth of a constituency that will vote for representatives who have the courage to implement these principles of Christian civil government. This will not only ensure that efforts are focused toward credible, competitive campaigns but it helps the CP-Ga resist the political temptation to expand our voter base by compromising our principles.
Currently all of the party’s elected officials around the country are serving in local offices. By keeping the CP-Ga focused on local party building and political action where ballot access and incumbent recalls are achievable, we are concentrating on winning hearts and minds, building our base of support, and winning small battles over the next four years. Franklin Graham challenged Christians to walk away from compromised political parties and start working locally to raise up elected officials who will not be ashamed to honor God in their official capacity. My friend Rick Jore, former Constitution Party Montana State Representative who was term-limited out of office in 2008, is an example of the kind of leadership the CP-Ga is building. After watching the video below where I introduced Jore then he gave a presentation I think you’ll agree he’s the kind of representative we want serving in our municipal and state governments.
Like our founders are you willing to pledge your life, fortunes, and sacred honor to fight for your community? Then join us! Help us with ballot access, then support or take action to advance the CP-Ga today!
With a vision of victory,