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ABOUT US

After the November 3, 2020 and January 5, 2021 elections, many patriots asked what they could do to make sure their voices were heard and their votes counted in future elections. Neighbors started talking to neighbors and word circulated that many precincts in Chatham County were lacking leadership and organization.  Independently, people went to the March 2021 Chatham County GOP meeting to meet other interested patriots, learn, become precinct chairs, and/or to help organize their precincts and districts.  The District 2 group gathered and found like-minded people.  At first the group met in just a social capacity but then as months passed discussion turned to what could be done to promote conservative values through candidate support.  This group with our District 2 Chairman, David Tootle, became the "Steering Committee" and our hope is to engage other like-minded people, achieve designated goals, and work alongside the Chatham County Republic Party.

 

Goals:

1.  Fill remaining precinct chair positions in Chatham County, District 2.  

2.  To recruit and engage precinct members in all precincts of District 2.

3.  To have representatives from our group attend all school board members.

4.  To have representatives from our group attend all city council meetings.

5.  To have representatives from our group attend all County Commission meetings.

6.  To educate voters on issues affecting our community

7.  Get members of the community registered to vote.

8.  Engage with Young Republicans

9.  Grow our base.

10.  Establish a social presence.

Chatham County

District 2 Leadership

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DAVID TOOTLE

District 2 Chair

David is a constitutional conservative who is an 8th generation Savannahian. He is graduate of Benedictine Military School and a 2010 graduate of West Virginia University.  David made the bold move and succeeded as a walk-on for the West Virginia University football team, a Division II program.

 

David has a background in cyber security and works for Oracle. He lives downtown with his wife Mary Katherine and their 5 children. David has made several Fox News appearances and done work with Project Veritas and appeared on an NRA Commercial all during the 2020 presidential election year.

 

David is here to serve this community and help the Republican leadership in Chatham County.  He served under Congressman Jack Kingston in his run for the Senate in 2014. He is now serving as the District 2 Chairman for Chatham County Republican Party and will continue to help grow the party and win Georgia back both locally and statewide.

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April Flojo

Precinct 2-02

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Tim Corley

Precinct 2-03

Tim Corley retired from a 36-year career with the United States Army Corps of Engineers in 2016.  Prior to retirement he served as Chief, Military Programs and Project Management Branch in the Savannah District.  Savannah’s military program encompassed seven Army and Air Force installations in two states and typically ranged from $350 Million to a high of $2.09B annually in contract awards.

 

He was responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of the design and acquisition activities necessary to ensure that projects are awarded within the goals of Savannah District’s customers.  Prior to becoming the Chief, Military Programs and Project Management Branch, Mr. Corley served as a Senior Project Manager for the Air Force and Army Programs as well as a Project Manager. 

 

Mr. Corley graduated from The Citadel in 1979 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and began his career in Savannah District in the Geotechnical Section as a Civil Engineer where he worked until 1985 when he transitioned to Project Management Branch.  Mr. Corley has managed projects and programs at the majority of the installations serviced by Savannah District.  In addition, Mr. Corley worked as Project Manager on a special assignment for the Foreign Buildings Office of the State Department and deployed as a civilian Project Manager to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.  Mr. Corley is a graduate of Army Management Staff College, US Army Corps of Engineers Leadership Development Program, and The Leadership Savannah. 

 

Tim was born in Florence, South Carolina and grew up in Charleston, South Carolina.  He is married to the former Jan S. Mitchum also of Charleston, South Carolina.  They live in downtown Savannah, Georgia.

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Precinct 2-04

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Open Seat

Precinct 2-05

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Open Seat

Precinct 2-06

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Open Seat

Precinct 2-07

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Open Chair

Precinct 2-09

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Open Seat

Precinct 2-12

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Open Chair

Precinct 2-12

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Francis Langley

Precinct 3-09

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Matt Davis

Precinct 3-10

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Open Chair

Precinct 5-02

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Open Chair

Precinct 5-03

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Open Chair

Precinct 8-02

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Open Chair

Precinct 8-05

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Open Chair

Precinct 8-06

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