The Clay County REC wants to thank Javier Manjarres from the Shark-Tank.com and author of Brown People for sharing his messaging strategies to empower the Republican Party with us this past Monday evening at our May REC Meeting. It was great information and we appreciate his time!
REC Members can listen to the Program by logging into the Member Page of our website to catch up.
See story on The Times Union website: http://jacksonville.com/opinion/blog/403455/tia-mitchell/2015-01-17/rpof-chair-dougher-loses-re-election-bid-rep-ingoglia#gsc.tab=0
Thank you to those Members who made the effort to attend our Organizational / Elections Meeting last evening. After a successful 2014 election cycle all four prior Executive Board Members were re-elected without opposition to another 2-year term. We hope everyone joins us at our Christmas Party on December 12th at the Orange Park Kennel Club. Please RSVP on our website to attend.
We've been getting a lot of calls requesting information on the Judges running for retention in the First District Court of Appeals. RPOF has given us no direction on these judges and after doing a bit of research (there's not much out there!) I found an article from the Gainesville Sun that might help. It can be found at http://www.gainesville.com/article/20141014/ARTICLES/141019787?Title=Six-appellate-judges-are-up-for-retention. Remember that the Republican Party of Clay County is providing this for informational purposes only and should not be taken as an endorsement of advisement of who to vote for. If you have other resources that you've found helpful, please share them. Thank you.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Rod Swartz, Secretary
Republican Party of Clay County, Florida
WHAT: Candidate Forum
WHEN: Thursday, August 7, 2014
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
WHERE: Ridgeview High School Cafetorium
466 Madison Avenue,
Orange Park, FL 32065
The Republican Party of Clay County will host a Candidate Forum for all Republican and Non-Party candidates qualified for the 2014 August Primary.
Kent Justice, News Anchor and Political Reporter of WJXT, Channel 4 will moderate the event.
Each candidate will introduce themselves, answer questions submitted by prospective voters in a timed answer format with rebuttal opportunity and closing statement.
This will be the most attended candidate forum of this election cycle. We invite everyone to attend.
Snacks and beverages will be available for a small fee.
Susan Pitman came to our REC Meeting last night and did a terrific presentation of the fallacy of "medical marijuana" and its potential impact on our State should the proposed Constitutional Amendment pass this November. We appreciate her enlightening us! A copy of the presentation can be found on our website's home page. Those wishing to learn more can contact Mrs. Pitman at http://drugfreeduval.org/about/susan-pitman/. Thanks again, Susan!
REC Members can access the Minutes of the meeting on the Members Page.
Our monthly REC Meeting last night included a detailed explanation by Clay County Director of Careers and Technology, Chereese Stewart on the upcoming changes that involve the development of an Academy system within our County's schools.
Thank you for taking your time to share with us and for your service to our community, Chereese!
Join us this coming Monday night when our Clay County legislative delegation of Travis Cummings (pictured left) and Rob Bradley (below) update us on this year's legislative session.
As an extra bonus the Republican Men and Women will be honoring our volunteers with free dinner and desert starting at 6:30p at the outdoor gazebo of the Orange Park Town Hall.
The REC Meeting begins at 7:30p inside the Orange Park Town Hall and we look forward to having you join us and get involved in your local politics.
More details are available at our website www.clayrepublicans.com
Just a quick reminder.
Our upcoming REC Meeting will be this Monday 22 April at the Orange Park Town Hall.
Social gathering begins at 7pm with the meeting starting promptly at 7:30p.
Our speaker will be Blaise Ingolia, Vice Chairman of RPOF and founder of Government Gone Wild.
Hope to see you there and make sure to invite your friends!
A special thanks to our presenters, Dr. Steve Baker from Jacksonville Univ's Political Science Dept and Mr. John Libby from the American Public Dialogue as well as Congressman Ted Yoho all of which did a fantastic job at our 25 March REC Meeting in Orange Park educating and motivating those in attendance.
Invite your friends as they won't want to miss our 22 April REC Meeting when RPOF Vice Chairman Blaise Ingoglia (and founder of Government Gone Wild) will be headlining our program!
Truth will ultimately prevail where there are pains taken to bring it to light - George Washington