AFP Coffee with State Representative Tom Brinkman
When: Monday, October 16th at 11am
Where: Main Street Café, 6903 Main Street (Rte 32) Cincinnati 45244
AFP is hosting a legislative coffee with Rep. Tom Brinkman 11:00 a.m. on Monday, October 16 in Newtown at Main Street Café, 6903 Main Street (Rte 32) Cincinnati 45244. Enjoy coffee and pie or lunch while hearing Rep. Brinkman’s views on recent legislation in Columbus and the most recent budget.
Symmes-Loveland Republican Club Meeting
When: Monday, October 16th 6:30 p.m. - Networking; 7:00 p.m. - Meeting
Where; Symmes Safety Center (8871 Weekly Lane - 45249)
Come hear one of Hamilton County's newest common pleas judges The Honorable Curt Hartman. In March 2017, Ohio Governor John Kasich appointed Judge Hartman to his present position as a judge on the Hamilton County Common Pleas Court. Additionally, we will have Brad Johnson, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Cincinnati's newest conservative media organization the Cincinnati Republic provide us an update of their new venture. Networking social begins at 6:30 pm, Meeting begins at 7 pm.
Contact: Andrew Ciafardini (513-578-8023 or email@example.com)
EmpowerU Lethal Force & the Law - 5 University Concepts Every Gun Owner Must Understand with Sean Maloney
When: Tuesday, October 17th 7-8:30 p.m.
Where; Frame USA (225 Northland Blvd. - 45246)
To Register: www.empoweruohio.org
Contact: Nita Thomas (513-478-6261 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Do you know that just touching a gun might be considered lethal force … that “stand your ground” means something different in every state. Attorney and gun law expert Sean Maloney from Second Call Defense will review the basic concepts of lethal force, how they are interpreted by the legal system, and what it all means for you as a gun owner.
West Chester Tea Party Candidate Forum
When: Tuesday, October 17th at 7pm
Where: Indiana Wesleyan University on Schulze Drive
Meet the Candidates on the ballot for our three Trustee seats and three school board seats. There are a lot of great people on the ballot, meet them at the West Chester Tea Party.
Ohio Women for Liberty - Join us for our 1st Precinct Executive Meeting for the 2018 Primary Election
Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2017- 6:30-7:00pm Meet and Greet Meeting: 7:00-8:30pm
Location: Village Church of Mariemont, 3920 Oak Street, Cincinnati, OH
Topic: Strategies and tips on campaigning
We have recently seen races where a lot of money flowed into states to influence votes, but the people held to their beliefs and exerted their wishes at the ballot box. It happened to Karen Handel in the House of Representative race in Georgia. And then recently, it happened again in the hotly contested race to be the Republican Senate candidate in Alabama. Judge Roy Moore was outspent, but voters gave him a resounding victory. The grassroots community was active. The power of local government cannot be denied, and we encourage you to investigate being a Precinct Executive and provide counsel to the Republican Party on candidates and issues. Come and learn how to become a Precinct Executive and truly be a representative of the people. All meetings are Private Events. Please RSVP by sending us an email to info@OhioWomenForLiberty.com
Greater Cincinnati Women's Republican Club Meeting
When: Tuesday, October 17th at 6:30 p.m. - Social; 6:50 p.m. - Program
Where: Robert L. Schuler Sports Complex (11532 Deerfield Road - 45242)
Contact: Karen Diehl (513-965-0230 or email@example.com)
Guest Speaker Rep. Dorothy Pelanda - 2018 Republican Candidate for Ohio Secretary of State. Dinner - Chicken Parmesan, Roasted Red Potatoes, Asparagus, rolls and assorted Cheesecake - $14.
Hamilton County Republican Party GOParty
When: Tuesday, October 17th 5:30-7 p.m.
Where: West Side Brewing (3044 Harrison Ave. - 45211)
Cost: $20/person; $100/sponsor
Contact: Maggie Wuellner (Maggie@HamiltonCountyRepublicanParty.org or 513-225-7296)
Join the Hamilton County Republican Party for an evening with local elected officials, candidates, and grassroots activists!
Grant County Tea Party Meeting
When: Thursday, October 19th 7:00 PM
Where: Toyota Dealership in Dry Ridge, 9 Taft Hwy
Speaker is Stacie Rockaway, Western Field Representative for Congressman Thomas Massie.
Cincinnati East Tea Party Community Forum
When: Thursday, October 19, 6:30pm Meet and Greet; 7:00 Program Begins
Where: Oakley Community Center
Make plans now to attend the Cincinnati School Board Candidate Night on Thursday October 19 at the Oakley Community Center. We have invited two current Board members and two promising new candidates. Details of the event are shown below.
In discussion among our leadership team of the best way to educate our children, we became interested in finding candidates who believe that parents and locally elected school boards should have primary responsibility for setting priorities, selecting curriculum, evaluating teacher/administrator performance and fiscal management. Unfortunately, trends in our country reflect school boards with strong influence by national and state authorities who all too often adopt one size fits all approaches designed by bureaucrats far removed from local school rooms. Testing scores nationally show that this influence is yielding downward trending test scores. However, it can also be shown that in some ways Cincinnati Public Schools are moving forward. Please join us for a robust discussion under the theme "The Way Forward".
EmpowerU Meeting Latest Cyber Security Threats with Dave Hatter
When: Thursday, October 19th at 7-8:30 p.m.
Where: Frame USA (225 Northland Blvd. - 45246)
Register - Here
Learn about Cyber Security with Dave Hatter. It's hard to miss the headlines about the increasing frequency and severity of Cybercrime and it seems that no organization or individual is safe. In this seminar, we'll bring you up to speed on the latest cyber security threats and what you can do to mitigate your risk, including: Physical Security, Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Email / Phishing, Malware, Updates / Patches, Social Media, Mobile Security, Website Security, Data Security / PCI, and Cloud / loT
AFP Coffee with Rep. Louis Blessing
When: Monday, October 23rd at 9:30am
Where: Price Hill Chili
On Monday, October 23, AFP hosts Rep. Louis Blessing at Price Hill Chili for a legislative coffee at 9:30 a.m. AFP provides breakfast and constituents can have their questions answered on legislation of interest at the Statehouse.
Northeast Hamilton County Republican Club Meet and Greet - Josh Mandel and Chris Monzel
When: Monday, October 23rd at 7:30-9 p.m.
Where: Trio Bistro (7565 Kenwood Road - 45236)
Cost: Free to existing NEHCRC members - $25 for non-members - 2018 NEHCRC membership included
Purchase tickets at the door or online at www.NEHCRC.com
Contact: Caren Laverty (firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-519-2225)
Special Guest: Brian Thomas, 55KRC Talk Show Host
The Northeast Hamilton County Republican Club is also hosting a Meet & Greet for State Treasurer and Senate candidate Josh Mandel. Treasure Mandel will be joined by Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel.
Americans for Prosperity presents ‘An Inconvenient Tax”
When: Tuesday, October 24th at 6pm
Where: Indiana Wesleyan University in West Chester - 9286 Schulze Drive, Room 121, 45069
Americans for Prosperity Foundation invites you to attend “An Inconvenient Tax,” Tuesday, October 24, 6:00 p.m. at Indiana Wesleyan West Chester. This is a documentary and discussion event with free supper included. A link to the trailer is at this link. The federal income tax has been a source of controversy since its inception and its evolution continues to drive the American political narrative to this day. This program will uncover the history of the federal income tax and learn how it is shaping the lives of ordinary Americans.
West Chester Tea Party – Special Meeting * Wireless Radiation and Adverse Health Effects *
When: Wednesday, October 25th, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Indiana Wesleyan University, Union Centre Campus. 9286 Schulze Drive, West Chester, OH 45069
Wireless Radiation and Adverse Health Effects. Research proves radiation from Smart Meters, Wi-Fi, Cell Towers, Small Cells etc. is making us sick. Join us and get answers to such questions as: Why are brain tumors and Leukemia on the rise, especially in our children? Can they put a cell tower in my front yard, even if I object? What is 5G? How will it impact your health? Your property value? Is Wi-Fi safe? Where is the research? Can we have safe wired technology? Join us Wednesday, Oct. 25th to hear an internationally renowned expert expose the truth about the levels of radiation in our communities and in our schools.
Clermont County Republican Party Presents - Ohio Republican Gubernatorial Forum
When: November 18, 2017, 8:30 – noon
Where: Oasis Golf Club & Conference Center. 902 Loveland-Miamiville Road Loveland, OH 45140
Tickets: $25 in advance, breakfast included. Day of $30.
Clermont County GOP presents a forum for our Governor Candidates. Ohio currently has four Republican governor candidates each seeking our endorsement in the 2018 Primary Election on May 8th. Who should you vote for? Do you know each of their individual positions on the topics important to Ohio voters? After this Forum on November 18th you will have the answers.
Each candidate will be given time to present their personal history, experience, strengths and their vision for Ohio. They will also be asked a series of questions on particular issues and challenges for Ohio and how they would handle these if they were to become governor. Any additional time will be given to questions from the attendees.
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