Sheriff Barry H. Babb is a fifth generation Fayette County resident. Barry resides today on the remaining portion of his Grandfather’s farm that was purchased by his Great Grandfather in 1920. Barry has been married to his high school sweetheart, Jill, for 32 years and has three sons; Jared (married to Maggie Wade), Jacob (married to Kristen Pritchett), and Josh, and grandchildren Luke and Molly Kate.
Sheriff Babb has 32 years in law enforcement ranging from:
Fatality crash investigator
Several disciplines of instructor certifications
Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team
Sheriff Babb has 29 years of service with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office and 3 years of service with the City of Atlanta Police Department before being elected Sheriff and beginning his first term on January 1, 2013.
Is there a need to hire more officers in Fayette County? How are we keeping officers on staff compared to other counties? How severe is the Opioid crisis in FC?
Come and hear what Sheriff Barry Babb has to say about the current trends in law enforcement today.
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. It's $25.00 per person to become a member of an active group of women.
Contact: President Katherine Anders email@example.com.
For further information on monthly meetings by phone, please contact Lana Jones 678-598-2246 txt/call.
FCTR meeting is Monday, May 6, 2017 at the Fayette County Event Center (174 N Glynn St, Fayetteville, Ga) at 6:30 PM.
Please contact Spencer Kuhn 678-519-8872 txt
Who are TARS?
Teen Age Republicans have a great opportunity to serve their community and country while learning about the political process. As a TAR, you become aware of national and international issues and how current events impact your life. With effective club programming, TARS grow into leaders and sway elections. This can make a huge difference in how elected candidates enact laws that affect you!
National Teen Age Republicans is one of the three official auxiliaries of the Republican Party. After graduating high school, you can move on to become a College Republican or a Young Republican (ages 18 – 40). Many TARS run for local elections and get to network with influential leaders across the country.
TAR Clubs can be found in every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, as well as overseas. Clubs serve the community while expressing core Republican values. You can start a club with your high school, home school students, county, city or region.
Our paid memberships are for a calendar year (Jan - Dec).
To become a dues paying member download the membership form below and mail along with your check to:
Attention - Faith Hanley
PO Box 1059
Fayetteville, Ga 30214
Or bring with you family members and friends to the next "First Saturday" monthly breakfast meeting. Click here for more information on our breakfasts.
Or pay online click here for more information for PAYPAL.
Third District Chairman
State 3rd Vice Chair &
State Committee Member-
State Vice Chair E -
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