Meet and Greet with Ohio Treasure Candidate Rep Robert Sprague
When: Monday at noon
Where: 22Three Firearms, 2053 South US Rt 42, Lebanon OH 45036 (between Mason & Leb)
Join Reps Candice Keller & Paul Zeltwanger for lunch this Monday & meet Rep. Robert Sprague, candidate for State Treasurer. FREE event. Light lunch. Invite a friend!
Mon, March 19 from 12:00 - 2:00 PM (open house style) 22Three Firearms, 2053 South US Rt 42, Lebanon OH 45036 (between Mason & Leb) RSVP appreciated so we have enough food.
Small gathering, no fancy speeches, just getting acquainted with Sprague. RSVP to zachary@SpragueForOhio.com
Cincinnati East Tea Party Community Forum
When: Tuesday, March 20 - Social 6:30pm; Program 7:00
Where: Oakley Community Center. Hyde Park Plaza
Why Right To Work Is Right For Ohio with Guest Speaker Ron Hood – Ohio State Legislator, District 78. We are delighted to have Ron Hood join us to share his expertise on the importance of Right To Work for the health of our state and nation from both a freedom and economic perspective. Ron’s insights on the political realities of Right to Work in Ohio are eye opening.
Senate District 7 Candidate - Brad Lamoreaux
Brad will share his background and qualifications for election to the Ohio State Senate. District 7 comprises parts of eastern Hamilton County including Columbia Tusculum, Mt. Lookout and a part of Hyde Park. There will be time for questions.
Rules for Radicals? Presented by EmpowerU
When: Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM EDT
Where: Holiday Inn 7905 Freedom Way Florence, KY 41042
This is a virtual class.
Join EmpowerU Managing Board Member Dan Regenold in a repeat of last semester's popular class with lively discussion of the much talked about Saul Alinsky. 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.
In the course of his lifetime Alinsky has received much praise and criticism for improving the living conditions of poor communities across America. William F. Buckley, Jr. said in 1966 that Alinsky was "very close to being an organizational genius."
Specifically we will look at Alinsky's 1971 book Rules for Radicals. Rules for Radicals was written as a primer for how the "Have-Nots" could take away power from the Haves.
Conservative Activist Training with American Majority
When: Sat, March 24, 2018, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
Where: Mason Municipal Center - Community Room, 6000 South Mason Montgomery Road,
Mason, OH 45040
Tools You Need to Win
At this training, we'll cover -
1. Messaging strategy on key Ohio and National issues
2. Social Media techniques
3. Neighborhood Organizing
4. Best use of technology and voter data
5. Overview of top electoral impact strategies
Training is March 24th from 10am-2pm. Lunch will be served. Free parking in lot.
Republican Day of Action
When: Saturday, March 24th at 9am
Where: Multiple Locations around Southwest Ohio
Register for March 24th. http://bit.ly/GOPMarch24
Join us this March 24th as we start our March towards November with some great Republican campaigns. Make calls from home or do door to door in your neighborhood - or join one of our teams this Saturday. Register for March 24th. http://bit.ly/GOPMarch24
Help out our Endorsed Republicans in SW Ohio:
US Senate Candidate, Congressman Jim Renacci
Congressman Steve Chabot 1st Congressional District
Congressman Brad Wenstrup 2nd Congressional District
State Senator Steve Wilson 7th State Senate District
State Representative Jonathan Dever 28th State House District
Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel
Hamilton County Auditor Nancy Aichholz
If you would like to work with a group join us at one of the following locations. More locations coming.
Volunteer House 1237 Greenery Ln Cincinnati 45233 9am-6pm
University of Cincinnati 2825 Campus Dr Cincinnati 45221 9am-6pm
Xavier University 3800 Victory Pkwy Cincinnati 45207 9am-6pm
Highland GOP Office 200 W Main St Hillsboro 45133 9am-6pm
Butler County GOP Office
Door to Door Groups
Warren County - 3187 Western Row Rd Maineville 45039 9am-6pm
Blue Ash Rec Center 4433 Cooper Rd Blue Ash 45242 9am-10am
Chabot Office Montana Ave Cincinnati 45223 9am-10am
Please Contact Andrew Komornik for further details 757-945-1296 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Levy and Net Neutrality with Empower U
When: Thursday, March 29, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM EDT
Where: EmpowerU Studio at Frame USA, 225 Northland Blvd. Cincinnati, OH 45246
This is a virtual class.
From 7:00-7:40 PM We will be having a discussion about the Hamilton County Library's Levy request which will be onthe ballot on May 8. Elaine Fay and Libby Stock from the Hamilton County-Cincinnati Library will be talking about the proposed Library Levy on the ballot. Cincinnati's library board is asking Hamilton County taxpayers in May to double what they contribute each year on this upcoming tax levy. At 7:15 PM Matt Wahlert, a City Councilman from North College Hill will discuss why he does not think the levy request should be voted for. We will make sure to leave some time for your questions about this important levy.
An interesting discussion will come up about how an unelected board (Library board) has the ability to add a levy to the ballot without going through the County Commissioner's normal levy process.
Net Neutrality will be discussed starting about 7:40 PM. Net Neutrality is the principle that governments should mandate Internet service providers to treat all data on the internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, or website. It has become one of the hot topics of 2018 with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the FCC voting 3-2 on a party-line vote to repeal Net Neutrality oversight regulations for internet service providers (ISP's). This decision allows ISP's to open up different speed and buffering options to large internet content companies like Netflix which could impact consumer's service speed and cost.
Springfield Township Republican Club
When: Tuesday, March 27th at 6pm for dinner
Where: Fosters at the Troubador, 46 Eswin Street in Green Hills Shopping Center.
The speaker will be Hamilton County Engineer Ted Hubbard who will speak on road and other projects in the Township and in Hamilton County in 2018. Come and eat on your own off the menu at 6:00 p.m. and the meeting is at 7:00 p.m.
West Chester Tea Party Special Event
When: Monday, April 9th and Tuesday April 10th - 6pm to 9pm
Where: Indiana Wesleyan University
The West Chester Tea Party is hosting a special event on a different night. Join them as they take a deep dive into Economic literacy with Loren Spivack. This multiday event will educate you on economics. Loren is an economist with a tremendous sense of humor- with a tremendous knowledge. You will feel like you have an economics degree when you leave.
Clermont County Lincoln Day
When: Friday, April 20th 5pm Social Hour
Where: Oasis Golf Club & Conference Center. 902 Loveland-Miamiville Road Loveland, OH 45140
Cost: $50 per person
Our Lincoln-Reagan Day keynote speaker is U.S. Representative Warren Davidson from Ohio's 8th congressional district. Following the resignation of John Boehner, Rep. Davidson ran in a special election and was sworn in on June 2016. A former Army Ranger and West Point graduate he is also a member of the House Freedom Caucus. Rep. Davidson has a great story to tell of patriotism, perseverance, determination, and success, which everyone will enjoy hearing.
The Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner is our primary fund raiser each year where we get most of our funding to run the Clermont County Republican Party. A separate letter with a return envelope will be going out in the mail this week for your reservation. Please RSVP by April 13th.
2018 Butler County Friends of NRA Banquet
When: Friday, April 27, 2018 Social Hour Begins At 5:30 p.m.
Where: Receptions of Fairfield 5975 Boymel Drive, Fairfield OH 45014
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Don’t miss this incredible evening featuring:
Table of Guns – Smith/Wesson M&P Shield 2.0
Special Gun Drawings
Wall of Guns