A not-quite unit­ed Geor­gia Repub­li­can Par­ty ral­lies behind Trump

A not-quite united Georgia Republican Party rallies behind Trump

COLUMBUS, Geor­gia — Speak­ers at the Geor­gia state GOP con­ven­tion all agreed that they’re ready to send for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump back to the White House.
They did not always agree on every­thing else.
Thou­sands of del­e­gates packed into the Colum­bus Iron­works for speech­es and fan­fare Fri­day and Sat­ur­day, cheer­ing for speak­ers includ­ing for­mer Sen. Kel­ly Loef­fler, Geor­gia Lt. Gov Burt Jones, and fire­brand Rep. Mar­jorie Tay­lor Greene (R‑GA) as they hope to get the Peach State back into the red col­umn.
But accord­ing to some atten­dees, the del­e­gates them­selves broke down into two groups with dif­fer­ent visions for the GOP.
“This is a bat­tle between the estab­lish­ment and the grass­roots patri­ots,” said James Abely, a del­e­gate from Glenn Coun­ty, near Savan­nah. “My argu­ment is: You can­not simul­ta­ne­ous­ly back Gov. [Bri­an] Kemp (R‑GA) and Don­ald Trump. Because they hate each oth­er.”
Kemp was absent from the pro­ceed­ings, though …