The Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club (GFRWC) is for the “21st Century Republican Woman”. We are a multi-generational, multicultural organization that provides the structure and support for political activists to learn, engage, and flourish.
The women of GFRWC are here to make an impactful contribution to the community through our servitude. We believe in preserving the ballot box, the constitution and electing those who want and will protect Republicanism.
The GFRWC's long-standing goals of education, training, participation in government, electing Republicans and encouraging Republican women to run for office has helped create a powerful organization.
Meetings are the 2nd Thursday every month at various locations and times.
***March 8, 2018 - The Fayette Event Center (174 North Glynn Street, Fayetteville) at 7pm.
$25.00 to become a member of an active group of women.
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The Southern Crescent Young Republicans are dedicated to empowering the younger generation of conservatives between the ages of 18 and 40. We are here to identify, encourage, and train young political enthusiasts in the South Atlanta area. We are also here to support candidates running for office and to have lots of fun with like-minded people. When all those aspects unite, it ensures that we keep Georgia and the Republican party strong for our generation. Feel free to visit our Facebook page or website to learn more!
The Fayette County Teen Republicans serve as a member organization of the Georgia Teen Republicans (GATRS) and National Teenage Republicans (TARS). Teen Republicans have a great opportunity to serve their community and country while learning about the political process. As a TR, you become aware of national and international issues and how current events impact your life. With effective club programming, TRs grow into leaders and sway elections. The FCTRs are made up of clubs within the high schools of Fayette County, the largest being at Starr's Mill and McIntosh.