YOU Can Strengthen America
We are organized for fellowship, learning, community service, and promoting conservative values through deeds, elections, & legislation.
There are many ways to participate and serve, from research to hostessing, or planning an event to campaigning. And we always welcome volunteers to staff the office!
Whatever your interests and talents, there are fulfilling ways to express yourself through the FCRP.
Whatever your level of participation, we encourage you to join, become involved to help make a difference in our county, Georgia, and the United States.
The officers and other members of the Fayette County Republican Party wish to express their sincere sorrow for the loss of Commissioner Pota Coston.
Pota brought a broad, deep, and always sincere love of community to all her endeavors, and sought the best for its many members. Our thoughts and prayers go out for Pota and her family. Thank you so much for your life of service, Pota Coston.
Read more about Commissioner Pota Coston here.
Special Election for Fayette County Commissioner
May 15-16, FCRP delegates attend the GA State GOP convention in Athens.
There, U.S. Senator & Presidential candidate Ted Cruz solicits input from FCRP Chairman Tyrone Jones.
3rd District Convention Adjourns;
FCRP member Denise Ognio elected Secretary
Your New 2015 - 2017 FCRP Executive BoardMarch 14; Newly elected Executive Board members of the FCRP. Left to Right are Randy Hough, Jane Gallo, Denise Ognio, Jim Richter, Claudia Eisenburg, Robin Caudelle, Varner Holmes, Angela Bean, Aaron Wright (kneeling), Beth Caudle, Joe Bowler, Jane Owens, Chairman Tyrone Jones (standing at podium), James Clifton, and Former Chairman Scott Fabricius
Mar 14; U.S. Representative Lynn Westmoreland speaks with delegates (a portion of whom are shown) during the county convention
March 14; The FCRP thanks outgoing Chairman Scott Fabricius and wife Cynthia for their outstanding support over the past two years.
The first Saturday of each month at the Event Center, 174 Glynn St. North in Fayetteville.
Starr's Mill senior Erica Lantz sings the national anthem at a Saturday breakfast
8:30 - 9:00 Breakfast buffet, mingle
9:00 - 10:30 Speaker
Our July speaker was Camilla Moore, a policy advisor, commenattor, and analyst. Camilla has appeared on CNN, NBC, US News Report, radio, and local television networks. She is the author of Black Conservatism and Its' Relevancy.
U.S. Army (Retired) Ben Malcom discusses his operations behind enemy lines during the Korean War, as presented in his book.
A long time resident of Fayette County, Ben still serves as a guest speaker at the Army's Special Warfare Center, Ft. Bragg, NC. Last year, he was inducted into the GA Military Veteran's Hall of Fame.
Feb 6, USAF BG (Ret.) Larry Wright delivers remarks at the FCGOP's Ronald Reagan Birthday Dinner.
BG Wright was pilot in command of Air Force One during both the Carter and Reagan presidencies
Jan 19, "Let Freedom Sing"A musical celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., featured local talented artists.
FCRP 1st Vice Chairman Tyrone Jones handles the ivories as Beverly S. Wilson wows the audience.
FCRP Chairman comments on County Commissioner's Nov 13th remarks.
Dec 6 speaker Dr. Tom Brown, Chief Operating Officer, Georgians for Fair Taxation
Nov 1 speaker, U.S. Army MSgt (Ret) and 2013 Ranger Hall of Fame inductee Max Mullen discusses the positive role of the GOP in advancing America.
Hosting an event? Use the the Fayette Event Center!
<-- A spaghetti dinner fund raiser,oOne of many successful events held at the Fayette Event Center.
Dec 5, Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb draws the winning raffle ticket for a Glock 17 Gen 3. Jim Richter holds the jar as Scott Fabricius moderates. Susan Cobb was the lucky winner this year!
Nov 20; FCRP Executive Board members discuss upcoming legislative matters with Fayette County's GA state GOP Representatives; left to right, David Stover, Scott Fabricius, Angela Bean, John Yates, Bob Ross, & Matt Ramsey
Fayette GOP Follows Election ReturnsA large crowd at the county HQ talked politics and watched election returns pour in Tuesday night. We were especially pleased with taking control of the U.S. Senate, building on our majority in the U.S. House, and victories by Gov. Deal and U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue
Oct 11; FCRP 1st Vice Chair Tyrone Jones introduces moderator Kathy Lohr at the final forum for local candidates
Oct 7; Supporters met at the Fayette County HQ to attend the Perdue-Nunn debate. Read AJC coverage here.
Oct 7; FCGOP supports Perdue-Deal rally in Perry GA
Oct 7; Perdue & Deal supporters vastly outnumber & out cheer Nunn-Carter supporters as conservative candidates win debates
Fayette County GOP supports Perdue & Deal
Sep 16; Fayette County Republicans confirm Denise Ognio as their new Vice Chair of Operations at their County Committee meeting.
Sep 9; GA State GOP member Brad Mock trains precinct chairs
Sep 6; Volunteers prepare to canvass for conservative candidates.
Aug 2; Fayette County Commission incumbent Allen McCarty (right) and Michael McNeely, GA GOP 1st V/C, the Saturday breakfast, hosted by McCarty.
Right on Target
Jul 27, Fayette County Republicans and other participants enjoyed Sunday's family fundraising event at Autrey's Armory in Fayetteville.
Jul 10, U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue visits FCRP supporters
Recent Speakers include:
Field Searcy, metro expert on regionalism
Aug. 2: GA GOP 1st V/C Michael McNeely:
May 3, U.S. Senate candidate Jack Kingston
Mar 28, GA Governor Nathan Deal, with member Holly Bowler
We have an online monthly Newsletter- send an email to the Membership Chair Claudia Eisenberg to have your name added to the ever growing list of addressees.
Claudia can also answer questions you may have about joining or sustaining your membership.
Incumbent county commission candidate Allen McCarty hosted our August breakfast, with speaker Michael McNeely, GA State GOP 1st Vice Chairman.