POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: GOP chili event called a success | Gwinnett Daily Post

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Nov

POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: GOP chili event called a success | Gwinnett Daily Post

The Gwinnett GOP’s “Republican Rumble” is likely to become an annual event after a successful first year last weekend.

Party Chairwoman Rachel Little said about 200 to 250 people came out to Thrasher Park in Norcross, including elected officials, candidates, conservative groups and interested voters. The chili was pretty good, too.

“(Last Saturday) was a busy day in Georgia with events scheduled all over the State. The candidates for U.S. Senate and Congressional District 10 made Gwinnett County a priority because they understand that the road to D.C. runs through Gwinnett,” Little said. “Everyone had a great time and experienced a unique opportunity to meet the candidates and talk to them about issues that are important to Gwinnett County.”

If the chili is any indication, Karen Handel could do well in the U.S. Senate race, as her team’s recipe won the “People Choice” honor in the contest. And while Eugene Yu may be one of the least known candidates, tasters named his team’s chili the best among his fellow candidates.

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