Liberty Monday

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The Southwest Ohio Republican Party Chairmen Challenge


How to get involved!

Contact your county's Ohio Republican Party Field Organizer (see below). Your Field Organizer will give you a login to our Advantage System and a bit of training on how to use it. This is a computer, tablet or cell phone app system. Any device will work. It is 100% private and computer-based. No one will ever see your phone number.

Make Contacts from home or from one of the GOP Offices: With this login, you can make phone calls at one of our phone banks or make calls from home. The login is also used to go door to door. You can meet up at one of our door to door organizing locations or you can go door to door on your own time in your neighborhood.

For the challenge, each door is equivalent to 6 phone calls. Knocking on a door is more time consuming and makes more of an impact. So we are weighting phones to door - 6 to 1 in the scoring.

Get involved. Make a difference and elect our Republican candidates. Share this challenge on Facebook or anywhere online with your friends. https://www.facebook.com/GOPChairmenChallenge

Persistence over Resistance.

Warren County

Contact to get a login

Andrew Komornik ORP Regional Field Director

Contact Information - 757-945-1296 | akomornik@ohiogop.org

Phone Banks - Warren County GOP Office

When: Wednesday and Thursday Nights 6-8pm

Where: 101 Dave Ave suite A-1, Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Door to door Organizing Location for Warren County - Warren County GOP Headquarters

When: Saturdays. 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Where: 101 Dave Ave suite A-1, Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Clermont County

Contact to get a login 

David Kieffer, Clermont County ORP Field Organizer

Phone - 937-581-0064 | dkieffer@ohiogop.org

Phone Banks for Clermont County - Clermont County GOP Office

When: Monday-Friday, noon - 8 pm. Saturday 10-5.

Where: 197 E Main Street Batavia, Ohio 45103 | 513-732-1611

Door to Door Organizing Location for Clermont County – Clermont GOP Headquarters

When: Saturdays, 9:00 AM – 6 PM

Where: 197 E Main Street Batavia, Ohio 45103

Butler County

Contact to get a login

Chris Rezac, Butler County ORP Field Organizer

513-889-8785 | crezac@ohiogop.org

Butler County Phone Bank - Butler County GOP Office

When: Thursdays 6-8pm

Where: 3431 Princeton Rd, Hamilton, OH 45011. In Bridgewater Falls Mall, behind Party City.

Door to door Organizing Location for Butler County – Butler County GOP Headquarters

When: Saturdays. 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Where: Butler County Republican Party Headquarters. 3431 Princeton Road Hamilton, OH 45011 | In Bridgewater Falls, behind Party City.

Hamilton County

Contact to get a login

West Side Hamilton County - Alan MacKinder, Hamilton County ORP Field Organizer

513-417-7774 | amackinder@ohiogop.org

East Side Hamilton County - Henry Morris, Hamilton County ORP Field Organizer

937-684-7067 | hmorris@ohiogop.org

Door to door Organizing Location for East Side Hamilton County – Blue Ash RNC Victory Center

When: Saturdays, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Where: 10901 Reed Hartman Hwy Suite 116, Blue Ash, OH 45242.

In office complex right after Wendy’s. Building on the left in the back.

Door to door Organizing Location for West Side Hamilton County – Steve Cabot Campaign Office

When: Saturdays 9:00 AM – 6 PM

Where: 6613 Glenway Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45211

Phone Bank East Side Hamilton County - Wenstrup Skytop Campaign office

When: Wednesdays 5-8pm

Where: Skytop Pavillion - 5268 Beechmont Cincinnati, Ohio 45230

Phone Bank West Side Hamilton County - Chabot Montana Office

When: Thursdays 6-8pm

Where: 6613 Glenway Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45211

Phone Bank East Side Hamilton County - Blue Ash RNC Victory Center

When: Monday – Saturdays from 10-9pm. Sunday Noon-5pm

Where: 10901 Reed Hartman Hwy Suite 116, Blue Ash, OH 45242 | In office complex right after Wendy’s. Building on the left in the back.

MIAMI VALLEY CITIZENS INFORMED

When: MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2018. 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Where: Washington Heights Baptist Church. 5650 Far Hills Avenue, Dayton, OH 45429

Why has the left been so successful in demonizing and often defeating conservative, constitutionally minded citizens in the political arena and in the mindset of much of the general public?  You will be immersed in a lively discussion as DAN REGENOLD gives his presentation on Saul Alinsky's 1971 book, RULES FOR RADICALS.

Alinsky is generally considered the founder of modern community organizing and is often cited for the success of the Democratic Party under President Barack Obama.  Specifically we will take a look at Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals" which was written as a primer for how the so called "Have-Nots" could take away power from the so-called "Haves." 

West Chester Tea Party – Special Meeting

When: October 2, 2018. 6:30 pm snacks, 7 pm program

Where: Hamilton Elks Golf Club. 4444 Hamilton-Middletown Rd,  Liberty Township, OH 45011

Because this election is sooooo important, we have invited Tom Zawistowski (Tom Z.) to speak to our group. West Chester Tea Party has joined with the Miami Valley Informed Citizens, and Warren and Green County Tea Parties to sponsor Tom Z., president of "We the People Convention," and radio personality to give us the scoop about what's going on in Washington and Ohio politics. We know this election is up for grabs, and Tom will give us ideas on keeping it RED. Election Day is just a month away, and it's only a few days until early voting begins.

We invite everyone to share the evening with us at the Hamilton Elks Lodge. The program begins at 7:00, but we hope you can arrive around 6:30 to share snacks and dessert with us. Coffee and snacks are free, and there's a cash bar for other beverages.

 

EmpowerU presents How to be an Activist

When: Tuesday, October 2, 2018. 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: EmpowerU Studio at Frame USA. 225 Northland Blvd Cincinnati, Ohio 45246

Register: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=wy6u5xeab&oeidk=a07efmy2jhg269e4566

Have you ever wanted to get involved in your Community, School Board, or Politics but didn’t know where to start or how to go about it?   You’ll be amazed at what your efforts might produce.   Learn from four of our area’s most accomplished activists and build yourself a path to get involved know.

Ed Bell will focus on “How to Make seconds count in voter contact”.  Presenting the right approach on a phone call or door knock is essential to sparking interest in an issue or candidate and allowing a conversation to begin. Ed Bell will offer helpful tips to ensure more successful contacts with voters in your community.

Jeff Capell’s presentation will focus on crafting a winning message for your issue, working with the media to make sure your side of the issue is heard, and use of social media to help amplify your message.  One doesn’t have to be an industry expert to battle the lobbyists and experts on the other side. Jeff will share his experience in winning battles including how he literally saving the community millions of dollars in the FC Cincinnati Debate.

Kim Grant will talk about what it is like to be a Conservative and ask questions and get involved with a School Board.   Her experience of being a fiscal conservative and C.O.A.S.T. Board member and serving on a School Board will be a real eye-opener for you.   Nothing prepared Kim for the culture that exists within our school communities, when someone is questioning the status quo.

Matt Wahlert walks you through what it was like to lead a Petition Drive in the recent Sales Tax Petition Drive in Hamilton County.    4 weeks, 38,000 signatures, no real experience.   Matt has been a leader on speaking out on the pro’s and con’s of the many tax levy campaigns that seem to be placed on the ballot every day.   What tools do you need to be advocate for tax reform in your local area—city, county, state?

EmpowerU Presents – School Choice in Ohio

When: Tuesday, October 9, 2018. 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: EmpowerU Studio at Frame USA. 225 Northland Blvd Cincinnati, Ohio 45246

Register: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=wy6u5xeab&oeidk=a07efnx25o46170487d

The School Choice movement in Ohio seeks to allow parents to locate the best  environment for a child to learn, grow and succeed.  A growing coalition of families, educators, legislators and experts are banding together in Ohio intending to unleash each child’s potential from a “one size fits all” educational system where a zip code is the only factor determining where and how a student is educated. Ohio needs to have high quality options for parents to choose from: whether that’s public, private, charter, online, or home education, Ohio should be a state that provides educational opportunities that are as diverse as our population.

Aaron Baer is currently president of Citizens for Community Values.  Aaron has a background working in startup technology and for one of the nation’s premier family policy councils, Center for Arizona Policy (CAP). Following his tenure at CAP, Aaron served as policy advisor in the Executive Office of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Among other outlets, Aaron has appeared on CNN and NBC Nightly News, and his writings have been published in the Cincinnati Enquirer, USA Today, and the Arizona Republic.

Constitution Boot Camp XLIX (49)

When : Saturday October 13, 2018. 8:45 AM – 3:00 PM

Where : Xenia Community Center. 1265 W Second Street. Xenia, OH, 45385

Cost : $25 with books / $5 without

RSVP: jim@buildingblocksforliberty.orgwith your name, email, # of book sets  

Brian Thomas

Brian Thomas

Based in Cincinnati, OH, the Brian Thomas Morning Show covers news and politics, both local and national, from a conservative point of view. Read more

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