The Josephine County Republicans will be sponsoring a float in the Boatnik parade again this year. Please join us Saturday morning at 8:00 to help set up the float and ride or walk with us in the parade to show your Republican pride!
We’ll be gathering at the Republican Headquarters, 513 NE 6th St (across from the Courthouse) at 8:00 AM. See you there!
Measure 17-66, the Public Safety Levy, failed 54% to 46%.
This was the fourth failed levy attempt in four years. Despite being the most heavily backed and funded of any previous levy attempt, it failed by a significantly larger margin than the last two levies.
Last month, the Josephine County Republican Central Committee passed a resolution officially opposing the levy.
Please join us at the Josephine County Republican Headquarters for an Election Night Party on Tuesday, May 19, from 7:00-9:00 PM. Snacks and drinks will be provided, as we listen to the election returns.
If you’d like to bring some food, it would be greatly appreciated (but not required). We’re short on chairs so, if you can bring some folding chairs, that would be great, too!
Please come and enjoy the evening with us! The Josephine County Headquarters is at 513 NE 6th St, across from the Courthouse.
“STANDING FOR YOUR RIGHTS”
Saturday, May 30th, 2015
Check-in: 9:00 a.m. Meeting: 10:00 a.m.
Douglas County Fairgrounds
Don’t be left out! Plans for the 2016 RNC Convention are already in the works. Will you be a Delegate to the 2016 RNC Convention? Make your voice heard by attending the CD4 Convention May 30, 2015. Get involved, learn what you need to do to get ready for 2016, time is wasting!
Did you know BLM is taking over private property in Oregon? Find out what YOU can do about it. Presentations on specific issues pertinent to CD4 (i.e. Federal Lands, Sugar Pine Mine, Gun Rights, Religious Freedom, etc.) will also be given.
(Payment may be made online now or at check-in by cash or check)
JOIN THE ORGANIZATION TEAM
Committees are the engines of the Republican Party. People on a committee analyze things, make decisions, make recommendations, and make meetings go more smoothly.
People who participate in committees have a much greater influence on the ultimate results than people who just show up at a meeting.
At a special Central Committee meeting on April 14, the Josephine County Republican Central Committee voted to pass a resolution opposing Measure 17-66, the public safety levy.
A motion was made to take an official party position opposing the levy. 36 PCPs voted in favor of the motion to oppose the levy. 10 PCPs voted against the motion, and 9 PCPs abstained.
Prior to the vote, Harry Mackin and Roy Lindsay gave a presentation in favor of Measure 17-66, and Sheriff Dave Daniel answered questions about the Sherriff’s Office. Grants Pass Chief of Police, Bill Landis, also took questions.
The Stand United Dinner that was scheduled for May 9 has been postponed to sometime in June. We will keep you posted when the date is finalized.