Upcoming Meeting Feb 4th!!

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SJCRP is formally issuing the call for its first central committee meeting February 4, 2017 at 11:45 am. at Heritage Bank, Friday Harbor (next to Marketplace). You will need to enter at the back, as the bank is closed. Doors open at 11:30 am. PCOs and members of the executive board have the right to vote, but all are invited to attend. If you are interested in being appointed a PCO, there are some empty slots. Please come introduce yourself to me. There are also a number of events that we would love to see Republicans attend to provide our… Click Here to Read More

Donald J. Trump, our 45th President

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  To read the inaugural speech, click here (whitehouse.gov) To watch a recording of the speech and the oath of office, click here (cspan; speech begins at about 3 mins) President Trump shows class in victory, click here (USA Today) To learn more about President Trump, click here (Wikipedia) or here (nat’l GOP)   SJCRP Chairman Nathan Butler writes: Do you remember when Barack Obama was inaugurated as president of the United States? Celebrities competed to attend the inauguration, and shortly after he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Simply for being Barack Obama. He hadn’t even done anything yet. Fast forward to Donald Trump. The hysterical paranoia in the… Click Here to Read More

Legislative Report from Rep. John Koster

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It is wonderful to see how WA State Republicans have managed to pry power from the democrats in our state. It speaks to the remarkably capable Republicans in this state. Take a moment to read Rep. John Koster’s legislative update: http://houserepublicans.wa.gov/email-updates/koster-email-update-011817/

Susan Hutchison, WSRP Chairman on MLK Day

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In an email today to the Republican Party, Chairman Susan Hutchison said: “Today we honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his leadership in the fight for “liberty and justice for all.”  Our nation has made significant progress over the years, thanks to Dr. King’s central role in the civil rights movement in the 1960s which is still alive today. At the 1983 signing ceremony for the law honoring Dr. King’s birthday as a Federal holiday, President Ronald Reagan said: “In his own life’s example, he symbolized what was right about America, what was noblest and best,… Click Here to Read More

New Party leaders 1/7/2017

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GREETINGS REPUBLICANS!! At our biennial meeting on January 7, 2017, the San Juan County Republican Party held its elections to the new two-year term of its Executive Board of the San Juan County Republican Party. Those who were elected precinct committee officers were eligible to vote. As your new chairman I’d like to take a moment to introduce you to our new team: Chairman: Nathanael Butler, San Juan. I have been involved with the GOP for about four years. I hold a degree in Modern Middle East Studies/Arabic, speak fluent Thai, and have lived in Cairo and Bangkok. Vice Chair:… Click Here to Read More