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New conservative political group forms in Hall
Lanier Republican Assembly covers 9 counties, much of 9th District
A new conservative group has formed in North Georgia, the Lanier Republican Assembly, and it shares some of the same leadership as the Hall County Republican Party. The new group created at the end of July is separate from the GOP and covers nine counties generally matching the area of Georgia’s 9th Congressional District: Hall, Banks, Barrow, Dawson, Habersham, Jackson, Forsyth Lumpkin, Madison and White counties. It’s led by President Kimberly Pils, who also fills the first vice chair position of the Hall County GOP. Other leaders include Vice President Stephanie Elder, who is a precinct chair of the Hall County GOP; Treasurer Noreen Cantor, also the events chairwoman of both the Hall County GOP and the Republican Women Hall County; and Secretary Ana Adams-Wiley, also the secretary for the Hall GOP and the campaign activities chairwoman for the Republican Women of Hall County.