Welcome to the Camden County Republican Party!

The purpose of the Camden County Republican Party is to promote Republican values to our members and throughout our community, and to support Republican candidates in their election campaigns. The organization consists of members who are registered voters in Camden County and who agree with the principles of the Republican Party.

We invite you to join us and welcome your ideas, your time and your experienceIf you’re ready to find out more and get involved, please send us an email at or visit our Events Calendar and join us at our next meeting.  Better yet, click the JOIN US button and become a Member.

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Georgia 1st District Republican Convention Election Results

Chairman - Clint Day

1st Vice Chair - Jacqueline Harn

2nd Vice Chair - Danny Bartlett

3rd Vice Chair - Noah Ring

Secretary - Cody Smith

Asst Sec - Bill Edgey

Treasurer- Lisa McWilliams

Asst Treas- Jim Riggins

State Committee

Post1 - Ruby Robinson

Post 2 - Annabelle Beasley

Post 3 - Debra Giddens

Post 4 - James Hall

Post 5 - Dean Burnett

Post 6 - Cari Johnson

Post 7 - Kay Godwin

Post 8 - Noah Ring

Post 9 - Holly Kessler

Post 10  - Sean Godwin

Post 11 - Whit Wright

Common sense is not a gift. It's a punishment because you have to deal with Socialist Democrats who don't have it.

If Democrats thought for one second that 'illegals' were voting Republican - You'd be able to see a 'border wall' from outer space!


A foundation of American political thought during the Revolutionary period was concerned about political corruption and governmental tyranny. Even the federalists, fending off their opponents who accused them of creating an oppressive regime, were careful to acknowledge the risks of tyranny. Against that backdrop, the framers saw the personal right to bear arms as a potential check against tyranny.

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  Upcoming events


Effective , Thursday, Sept 2nd, meetings will be from 6:30 to 7:30PM

Monthly meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at the Camden Chamber of Commerce, 531 N. Lee Street, Kingsland (one mile North of Route 40 on Route 17).

In Memory of

Ashli Babbitt

an unarmed 35 yr. old Trump supporter and Air Force Veteran murdered by U.S. Capitol Police Jan. 6th, 2021

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