October 2015 CP-Ga Update - Local Elections and More

Fall has arrived, and activity has picked up significantly since our September update. The Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-Ga) is committed to recruiting, training, and supporting fellow citizens who share our principles to participate in all aspects of civil governance – from voters to elected officials, and everything in between. The CP-Ga is focused on building strong local party organizations; this Update provides a glimpse into our progress. You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to get updates. We covet your prayers as we work to build an explicitly Christian political movement here in Georgia. 

In This Update

Town Hall Event:  Monthly CP-Ga Statewide Conference Call
Party Building:  New Gwinnett and Cobb County Contacts
Party Building:  Website Upgrade Moneybomb
Activist Training:  FACL Political Leadership School – Kennesaw
Elections Update:  Jeff Rayno for Pooler City Council
Elections Update:  Ballot Access Lawsuit Update
Local Events Around the State
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September 2015 Update


It has been an exciting summer for the Constitution Party here in Georgia!  Interest is growing and the Lord is opening doors of opportunity.  Your State Leadership Team is working to take advantage of the current climate of political dissatisfaction and disgust and present a vision of victory by building a better political movement!  In today’s email I’ll share some party highlights and opportunities for you to get involved.  Party Founder Howard Phillips often remarked that this party is not a discussion club or a debate society but a political action movement; so let’s get started taking back America one community at a time!

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Political Science Professor: If You Want Choice In Politics, Turn To Third Parties

Professor J. David Gillespie

Dr. J. David Gillespie, a former professor and vice president of academic affairs at Presbyterian College, teaches political parties and third-party politics at the College of Charleston. He authored two books on third parties, more recently Challengers to Duopoly: Why Third Parties Matter in American Two-Party Politics. Though Gillespie's article focuses on ballot access inequity in South Carolina, this systemic problem is just as pervasive in Georgia.

From TheState.com - February 23, 2015 
Retrieved March 2, 2015

Choice lies right at the heart of democracy. Democracy empowers citizens to enter a free marketplace of ideas and choose from an array of candidates, parties, issue positions, policy alternatives and proposals for reform. It warms many Americans’ hearts to think that democracy is among this nation’s precious exports, its gift to the world.

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