Thank you for your interest in the Constitution Party of Georgia (CP-Ga).  Here you'll find events that the CP-Ga and its local party organizations are hosting or co-hosting, as well as events where we will have an active presence such as a booth.  CP-Ga representatives are available to speak at your event, school, class, etc.  Presentations include The American View of Law and Government, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, and the CP-Ga's vision, platform and goals. Please contact us via email or call (404) 994-3586 today!

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  • Friday, January 21, 2022 at 11:45 AM
    Liberty Plaza in Atlanta, GA

    2022 Georgia March for Life

    The Constitution Party of Georgia encourages all supporters to join with thousands of pro-life Georgians at the 2022 Georgia March for Life as we come together for the annual memorial service and silent march at Liberty Plaza in Atlanta on Friday, January 21, 2022. (Liberty Plaza is located across the street from the State Capitol on Capitol Avenue.)

    Pro-personhood advocates gather from across Georgia to mourn, pray and express sorrow for the loss of 63 million children who have been denied the chance at life, as well as for the women and men whose lives have been damaged by abortion. Families, friends, whole communities have been hurt by abortion – join us as we gather to mourn and pray for an end to the terrible scourge of abortion.


    “The blood-stained statistics on abortion remain horrific,” said Georgia Right to Life (GRTL) President Ricardo Davis. “But we need to look past the numbers and see the humanity of each person affected by this tragedy. They are our family members, co-workers, fellow students and church members. Whether abortion is forced on a helpless victim as we see in human trafficking, or occurs for another reason, abortion is an evil that has this nation in a death grip that must be broken.”

    “The blood of these innocent precious children cries out for justice,” Davis said. “I ask all pro-life supporters to join GRTL at the 2022 Georgia March for Life, in recommitting to the cause of Personhood–protecting those who can’t protect themselves. Together we can advance Personhood in Georgia through more prayer and teaching on the sanctity of life in our churches; more education in our communities; and more discernment in selecting our representatives in the legislature, law enforcement, and courts. We must be united in our message to lawmakers and jurists that we will no longer tolerate abortion on demand in Georgia.”

    The Annual Memorial Service

    Each year hundreds of pro-life supporters gather at Liberty Plaza for a memorial service that includes a pro-life prayer service; praise and song; and a pro-life testimony, followed by the keynote address.

    The Georgia March For Life

    After the memorial service, thousands of pro-life Georgians will then join in a one-mile silent march against the tragic loss of life since Roe v. Wade at the 2022 Georgia March for Life.

    Please make plans to join us at the 2022 Georgia March for Life. Be counted and REGISTER as one of the dedicated who cares enough to join others to silently pray and walk through the streets of Atlanta as we remember the millions of pre-born babies lost to abortion.

    The Georgia March For Life is a rain or shine event, there will be no cancellation due to inclement weather.

  • Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 09:00 AM · 10 rsvps
    CP-Ga Video Conference

    Election Integrity Update - 1/22/2022

    Ballot Scanning with No WitnessesDuring this video conference update Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia (VOTER GA) Executive Director Garland Favorito will provide an update on the lawsuit filed against certain Fulton County officials for constitutional violations and take questions. VOTER GA organized group of voters from around the state to file an emergency lawsuit against the Fulton County Elections Director and Election Board members. 

    The Plaintiffs legal petition was accompanied by a Notice to Inspect all mail-in ballots. The notice seeks to visually inspect all mail-in ballots, rescan them for a forensic exam and to obtain electronic copies of the Dominion ballot images and standard election reports.

    Garland will provide details on the status of the lawsuit, as well as answer your election integrity questions. The Constitution Party of Georgia supports the efforts of non-partisan groups like VOTER GA in advancing elections integrity efforts in our state.  To learn more about this lawsuit and how you can help VOTER GA in this critical election integrity effort RSVP today!  Once you register you will be emailed the conference call information.

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