St. Tammany Republican Groups
                Connecting the Republican Community
                        in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana
National Teen Age Republicans
It's campaign season!!
Please volunteer at our local GOP Headquarters, 19317 10th Street, Suite C, Covington, Louisiana  70433

Jeff Stidham is the Northshore Regional Political Director for the LAGOP

Contact Jeff Stidham at:

National Teen Age Republicans (TARS)

10610-A Crestwood Professional Center | P.O. Box 2128, |

Manassas, VA 20108  | Telephone: 703-368-4220  |


Barby Wells, National TAR Director

United States Constitution


Charters of Freedom

In 1761, fifteen years before the United States of America burst onto the world stage with the Declaration of Independence, the American colonists were loyal British subjects who celebrated the coronation of their new King, George III. The colonies that stretched from present-day Maine to Georgia were distinctly English in character although they had been settled by Scots, Welsh, Irish, Dutch, Swedes, Finns, Africans, French, Germans, and Swiss, as well as English.

As English men and women, the American colonists were heirs to the thirteenth-century English document, the Magna Carta, which established the principles that no one is above the law (not even the King), and that no one can take away certain rights. So in 1763, when the King began to assert his authority over the colonies to make them share the cost of the Seven Years' War England had just fought and won, the English colonists protested by invoking their rights as free men and loyal subjects. It was only after a decade of repeated efforts on the part of the colonists to defend their rights that they resorted to armed conflict and, eventually, to the unthinkable–separation from the motherland.


St. Tammany Teen Age Republicans (STTARs)

STTARs Elephant Logo

STTARs 2014-2015 Chapters
Covington High School, Paul Revere Chapter
Fontainbleau High School, Freedom Chapter
Lake View High School, Liberty Chapter
Mandeville High School, Ronald Reagan Chapter
Northshore High School, Old Glory Chapter
Slidell High School, Stars & Stripes Chapter

If you are interested in starting a STTARs chapter in your high school, please contact us through Facebook Messenger at: "St. Tammany Teen Age Republicans STTARs"

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First Photo is STTAR Chelsey Garza from STTARs Paul Revere Chapter at CHS with Ted Cruz; Second Photo includes STTARs Chelsey Garza from STTARs Paul Revere Chapter at Covington High, Chad Carter and Alllison Miller from STTARS Old Glory Chapter at Northshore High, Tristan Assavedo from STTARS Ronald Regan Chapter at Mandeville High, Ryan Davies from STTARs Paul Revere Chapter at Fountainbleau High School and Ethan Palma from STTARs Paul Revere Chapter at Lakeshore High School with Senator Michelle Bachman.
STTARs Visit Mt. Vernon at Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.
GOP Fall Kick-off - STTARs Matt Senneff, MHS, Tomas Enclade, Tristan Assavado, MHS; Ryan Davies, FHS; Ali Miller and Chad Carter NHS and Chelsey Garza, CHS
STTARs phone banking for Bill Cassidy

There is a new dimension to the GOP in St. Tammany.  STTARs, St. Tammany Teen Age Republicans has chapters in six of our local high schools with hopes to add more this coming year.  At the end of our first year STTARs was 124 members strong.  STTARs is part of the National TARS organization.  The purpose of STTARs is:

  • To advance notions of citizen and civic responsibility in our youth;
  • To provide opportunities where young people can learn about government and the Constitution;
  • To share Republican beliefs and principals with young people and encourage each to compare them with his/her own beliefs;
  • To encourage young people to learn about issues that are important to them and to express their views constructively and respectfully; and
  • To inspire young people to get involved in the political process.

STTARs attend National TARS Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.
Six members of STTARs representing five schools attended the National TARS Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. from July 21-26, 2014, where they had an opportunity to meet Congressmen Scalise, Cogressmen Cassidy and Senator Vitter.  They benefitted from attending workshops on leadership skills met other Republican teens from across America. 


St. Tammany has opportunities for you as an Election Commissioner on Election Days!!!

17-year-old U.S. citizens enrolled in 12th grade as of August 2014 as well as 18-year-old
and older registered voters are eligible!!! 

Classes will be held in September.  Go online at
or call the Election Department at 985-809-8700 or see details in the How to Get Involved
Section of this website.