There is excitement around the state of Georgia. Georgia will have a major role in picking the Republican nominee for President of the United States. In addition to now having her traditionally late primary date moved up to March 6, 2012 (also known as Super Tuesday), The Georgia Republican Party will also host a GOP Presidential Debate with CNN. Not bad for the “Big Red” state.
What makes Georgia such a big deal? Frankly, she packs a punch. Georgia has 76 delegates up for grabs, making it one of the largest numbers available for any state. If a candidate does well in Georgia, it would certainly be a jewel in his crown.
Now is the time when those delegates change from numbers to faces. The Georgia Republican Party will hold mass precinct meetings Saturday, February 18, 2012. The open meetings start at 10 a.m. and end at 2 p.m. This is the first step in the delegation process. A large turnout is expected at this event. Thousands are anticipated to pack Roswell St Baptist Church angry about the economy and failed policies. Each county will have their mass meeting at a designated location. Anyone interested in participating in becoming a delegate in Cobb County should attend the mass precinct meeting at Roswell St Baptist Church in Marietta Georgia. Online pre-registration for the event is also available.