We are the conscience of the Republican Party.
"The best symbol of the grassroots worker I can think of is the Republican Assembly." - Ronald Reagan
What do we believe?
We believe in the principles of the Republican Party platform and think our Republican elected officials should reflect those principles.
What are we accomplishing?
We are helping to shape the composition of our county government, our GA GOP, our state legislature, and our congressional delegation.
How do I become a GCRA Member?
Registration on the Georgia Republican Assembly’s web site (www.GeorgiaRA.com) is the easiest way to become a member of the State Republican Assembly. To become a member, a registrant must agree with the general principles of the Republican Assembly as stated on that web site and must pay appropriate membership fee. The best membership in the long-term in the “life-time” membership as it does not require renewal each year.
Once accepted into the State Republican Assembly, apply to the Gwinnett County Republican Assembly via the Contact Us link.
Are we trying to take over or replace the GOP?
No and no. We are a fully Republican organization that believes that many of those people who call themselves “Republicans” do not actually stand by, believe, or advocate Republican principles or values that Republican voters believe they are getting when they vote Republican. Our goal is to get actual Republicans, those people who, at a minimum, support basic, common sense principles that help society (link to our principles), elected into public office and into party office, and to hold them accountable once there. Far too often “my guy got elected” means that “my guy” won’t be held accountable if or when they start voting badly, or they will lead the Republican Party organization into only caring about donors, not about policies. If you believe in our principles and want to see politicians working for you, instead of betraying those principles, the GCRA is for you. Many of our members hold offices throughout the GOP, but we are constantly seeking to have even more involved.