Miss Georgia United States
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Mission Statement: 
    The primary goal of the Miss United States Organization is to provide a life changing experience for young, vibrant women across the country. The organization strives to empower all delegates to become active participants in her community while nurturing and promoting a cause meaningful to her.

     The Miss Georgia United States Organization is based on a solid commitment to uphold the standards of fairness and integrity. It prides itself in providing an avenue for each young woman to give a voice to those needing to be heard, lend a hand to those less fortunate, and be a compass for those daring to dream. At the local, state, and national level the Miss United States Organization gives women the opportunity to promote a platform of community service.
     The pageant system allows young women all over the country to interact and discuss their achievements in service and volunteerism. It promotes the intellect, moral character and personal engagement of its outstanding participants as they pursue success in achievement.

Official Rules & Conditions:
1. Ages 20 and 28 for the Miss, 16 and 19 Teen or ages of 13 and 15 Junior Teen.
2. Is single, not married, has never been married, and has never had children.  [***Ms. Division (25-39) single, divorced, widowed, with children ok.***]
3. Has never posed nude in film or print media.
4. Is a natural born Female.
5. Has never given birth.
6. Is a resident, attends school or is of a military family in the State of Georgia.
7. Is a citizen of the United States, by proof of a birth certificate or naturalization document. 


Contestants are judged on the following phases of competition:
Personal Interview ~ In the Personal Interview phase of competition, each contestant will speak with five (5) judges for three (3) minutes each in a "Round Robin" format for a total of fifteen (15) minutes per contestant. Questions may range from general inquiries to specific interrogations about a contestant's platform. However, in this pageant system political questions from the judges are highly discouraged during interview. This phase of competition, unlike the others, is conducted privately among contestants and judges and will not be viewed by the general public on stage. The Personal Interview counts for 25% of the contestant's overall score.

Swimsuit & Fitness ~ In the Swimsuit phase of competition, contestants are required to walk across the stage in a swimsuit and high-heeled shoes of their choice. In recent years, two-piece swimsuits have become a popular choice among contestants but one-piece swimsuits are also allowed. Per policy of this organization, thongs, string bikinis, and/or Brazilian bikinis are not allowed. All swimwear must be appropriate for a family environment. The Swimsuit competition counts for 25% of the contestant's overall score.

Evening Wear ~ In the Evening Wear phase of competition, contestants are required to walk across the state in an evening gown of their choice. Judges will score based on poise and grace of each contestant. The Evening Wear portion of the competition counts for 25% of the contestant's overall score.

Onstage Question ~ During this phase, contestants are asked a random question from a predetermined list that they must then answer onstage with no preparation. Questions normally allow the contestant to talk about herself or give her opinion of general issues. Current events are not normally discussed during this phase of competition in the Miss United States system. The Onstage Question counts for 25% of the contestant's total score.

Miss Jr. Teen United States, Miss Teen United States, Miss United States, and Ms United States are proprietary service-marks claimed by Mrs. United States National Pageant ®, Inc. and is the Official Affiliate of the Mrs. United States National Pageant ®


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