FullSizeRender (1)"I have known Ginger Howard for years.  She has not become a rising star in the Republican Party because of her connection to other people, but because of her own tireless work to advance the principles of the party.  I can think of no finer person to serve as a National Committeewoman than my friend Ginger Howard.”
 “More particularly, as a conservative, I realize that if conservatives do not put in a solid conservative, someone who claims to share our values, but really does not share our values may take that seat.  I encourage everyone who believes in the values our party professes to support Ginger.  I know her and know she is what she claims to be and has gotten there in her own right.”
- Erick Erickson

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  Saturday afternoon, June 4, Georgia Republicans elected me their National Commiteewoman by a vote of 814 to 632 over...

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Election day has come and gone, and for many of us the question is “what now?”  Many fellow patriots across...

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