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Georgia Republican grassroots are now more prepared for the upcoming election.

The 2nd Congressional District volunteers held training for grassroots today.

They prepared and equipped Republican grassroots efforts by focusing on technology training.

They learned new ways to interact with voters through Facebook and Twitter.

And how to fund raise in order to be in compliance with laws.

"The training we are doing affects voters because we are spending our time working on the new technology, understanding a better way to connect with our voters to make sure they understand the republican agenda as we go into 2012, and our goal is obviously to defeat President Obama, to put a republican in the white house," says Brad Hughes, 2nd District GOP Chairman.

The reapportion of district lines was also discussed.

It changed the organizational structure of the Republican Party within District 2.

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