Federal Task Force – Monday June 24, 2019 – Jason Thomson, National GOP Committeman

Jason Thompson was elected in August 2018 to serve as Georgia’s National Committeeman following the departure of Randy Evans, who was appointed by President Trump as Ambassador to Luxembourg.

Jason has worked his way up through the Republican Party starting at the local level. He has been Chairman of the 7th Congressional District for multiple terms, and is a member of the Georgia Republican Party State and Executive Committees.

Jason serves on the State Rules Committee and the Georgia Republican Party Election Law and Ballot Security Team. He has served as a Delegate to the Republican National Convention. He is a member of the Republican National Lawyers Association and The Federalist Society.

Jason has been involved in politics since high school, and credits his start to a conversation he had with the late Jack Kemp, when Kemp left the parade he was in and made his way over to Jason and his football team watching from the steps of a five-and-dime store. After talking football, Kemp talked to the team about the importance of political involvement and that inspired Jason to become active. Two years later he went on to become Chairman of the Minnesota State University College Republicans. Jason believes in the difference one conversation can have in a young person’s life, as it did for him, and he and his wife mentor young people wanting to become involved in politics.

Jason is an attorney practicing in metro-Atlanta. He loves football and is a lifelong Vikings fan. He and his wife, Julianne live in Suwanee, Georgia with their two children, Victoria and Hayden. They attend First Baptist Church of Atlanta and are very involved in their community.

Date/Time: Monday June 24, 2019 | 7 pm to 9 pm

Where: 799 Roswell Street, Marietta, Georgia (2 blocks west of the Big Chicken)

Attendance is by invitation only.  To be on the invitation list contact Jim Jess.

Please RSVP to Jim Jess