Republicans have had almost unchallenged success in state races in Georgia for more than a decade, but the party has enough internal issues that the four men running to lead the state party said the task is protecting those office holders during a candidate forum Monday.

The event, hosted by Gwinnett Republican Women, featured the four candidates for the Chairman of the Republican Party pointing out what they see as a path to continued dominance for the party that has had almost 15 years of one victory after another at the state’s ballot boxes.

Issues like a dwindling active membership, financial woes and a push by Democrats in places that only a few years ago were considered safe for GOP candidates drew warnings that Georgia’s status as a red state is not safe. 

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