After a banner year for the GOP in a state where the party controls the House, Senate, and every major elected office, financial concerns are as dire as ever.  With only about $125,000 on hand and over $200,000 in depth, it’s trouble for a party that should be flush with cash in a wealthy red state.  A slew of candidates are lining up to run for Party Chairman in 2017, when John Padgett is set to retire, and expect the money issue to be the biggest topic of debate.  The GOP still has a firm hold on Georgia politics, but with such a worrying financial situation the state party’s ship is DRIFTING…

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