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GBYR to Hold Meeting on January 16

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

The monthly meeting of the Greater Birmingham Young Republican (GBYR) will be held on Thursday, January 16 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the Wine Loft in downtown Birmingham.

This month’s guest speaker will be Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange (R). Attorney General Strange is serving his first term as Alabama’s Attorney General and is seeking reelection this year.

The cost of dues for the group are $25 for individuals and $35 for married couples.

Also on the agenda will be an election for the position of State Committeewoman. Only members who are current in their dues will be able to vote in officer elections.

The Wine Loft is at 2200 First Avenue North in Birmingham.

The new Chair of the GBYR is Jackie Curtiss. She was elected the group’s Chairman in their November meeting without any opposition. Ms. Curtiss was a delegate to the 2012 Republican Convention and served on the GOP’s platform committee. Curtiss is a past state committeewoman for the GBYR and has served on the group’s finance committee.

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Curtiss was Vice President of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty while a student at Montevallo and has been an active volunteer in numerous campaigns across the state.

Clayton Mark Turner is the Vice Chairman and the Chairman of the Alabama Young Republicans.

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Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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