The National Federation of Republican Women, N.F.R.W., is an organization to promote the effectiveness of women in the cause of good government.
The Polk County chapter met Thursday in Cedartown to install the officers. Suzi Voyles, the state president of the Georgia Federated Republican women, was the guest speaker and she installed the officers.
President of Polk chapter Elaine Boring, first Vice President Katie Miller, second Vice President Suzanne Stewart. The Secretary is Laura Kelley and Treasurer is Susan Berry.
The ladies are concerned that many people do not register to vote because they don't want to be selected for jury duty. This is not totally correct according to a superior court clerk. Jurors are chosen by drivers licensing and voting records. An individual may sign an affidavit to be taken off any consideration for jury duty.
In the word of God, Hosea 4:6 it is written, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." The Polk County chapter and Haralson County chapter are uniting to help educate. Their purpose is to educate the public concerning governing issues that affect their freedoms and freedoms for their posterity.
Most Americans think of themselves as freedom loving individuals. They enjoy freedom to worship in a church of their choice, free to protect their homes and families, free to speak against tyranny, free to chose their children's rearing and education. But they vote in big government to control and dictate their freedoms.
The Republican platform indicates they believe in freedom even for the unborn. They support life, the right to own a gun to protect their homes and families, and freedom to secure the borders from illegal entry.
It is extremely important to know the issues and the philosophy of the legislators and those seeking election. It is important to maintain the precious freedoms we may still enjoy.
Individuals seeking more information on the organization are encouraged to call Elaine Boring 770-748-4922.