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Endorsement: Amy Kremer for Georgia Republican National Committeewoman

The New York Young Republican Club is proud to endorse Amy Kremer for Georgia Republican National Committeewoman.

Amy Kremer got her start in Republican politics as a founding member of the Tea Party movement. Kremer co-founded Tea Party Patriots and only a few months later, joined Tea Party Express. Amy Kremer was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and studied at Auburn University. She is a former flight attendant and has traveled all over the world on the job. Before becoming a flight attendant, Kremer had a fruitful career in real estate in the Atlanta market.

In 2010, Tea Party Express played a pivotal role in retaking the United States House and firing Nancy Pelosi, and then in 2014, taking back the United States Senate. In 2013, television star and cultural icon Donald J. Trump reached out to Kremer after reading about her in Newsmax Magazine. Trump sent a personalized note, praising Kremer for her various achievements. In 2016, Kremer co-founded Great America PAC, the first and largest grassroots organization in support of Donald Trump. Kremer has consistently been a loud and supportive figure in the media fighting for President Trump since he came down the golden escalator on every national television network, local and national radio shows.

During Amy’s tenure as Chair of Tea Party Express, she raised $29.76 million from 2010-2014 to support and elect conservatives like Senators Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Ron Johnson, as well as Representatives Mark Meadows, Thomas Massie, and many other Republicans. Many of these conservatives still hold their seats today. 

Tea Party Express has hosted hundreds of rallies, held multiple nationwide tours, and changed the Republican grassroots landscape, laying the groundwork for the Make America Great Again movement. For the first time, conservative activists realized the role they could play in elections outside of their Congressional districts and states by leveraging donations, phone banking, and social media.

In the summer of 2016, Kremer co-founded Women for Trump to push back on the false narrative that Trump was not popular with women voters. She worked relentlessly across the country, organizing grassroots activists and helping women become involved in conservative politics. In 2019, Kremer co-founded Women for America First to support the empowerment of the America First agenda among women voters. One of the most important things Kremer did, as Chairwoman, was to give the Angel families a voice in policy and legislative discussions. In the Winter of 2019, Kremer took the Angel families to the White House to meet with President Trump and Vice President Pence.

As Chairwoman of Women for America First, Kremer started the Stop The Steal / March for Trump movement that went viral on social media, garnering millions of supporters of free and fair elections and of President Donald Trump. The night of the 2020 election, Kremer realized the election was being stolen by the Deep State in the dead of night. The next day, when no one was doing anything to stop the fraudulent theft of the election, Kremer did the only thing she knew to do at the time: bring people together and give them a voice. The night after the election, Kremer gathered team members and met other patriots at State Farm Arena in Atlanta. Kremer organized other like-minded America First Republicans to rally and protest at CNN Center and the Georgia Capitol Building.

Under Amy’s leadership of Women for America First, they hosted the massive rallies in DC after the 2020 election on November 14th and December 12th at Freedom Plaza and January 6th at the White House Ellipse with President Trump. They also had the “March for Trump: To Demand Transparency and Protect Election Integrity” bus tour going coast to coast from November 2020 – January 6, 2021. She has been the target of the federal government from her work regarding election integrity but has not let that stop her from remaining in the fight for free and fair elections. 

Alongside the NYYRC, Amy Kremer has also been endorsed by MAGA Firebrand Rep. Matt Gaetz, an America First fighter in the United States House of Representatives. She was also endorsed by General Flynn and Mike Lindell. With her decades of experience helping win races, it is clear that Kremer is the best candidate to become the next Republican National Committee Representative from Georgia. 

The New York Young Republican Club believes Amy Kremer will be an efficient Committeewoman as a member of the Republican National Committee. The vote will take place on May 18th at the Georgia Republican State Convention. The state of Georgia has had an abysmal recent political record and we need Amy Kremer to get Georgia winning again!