San Juan County Central Committee Meeting Sat May 12th

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SJCRP PCO’S, After very successful Caucus and Convention let’s energize for our next successful 7 months Central Committee Meeting Saturday May 12th 11:30-2:00 At the San Juan Island American Legion Lower Level (next to the Grange) Topics of Discussion: State/National Convention How can we get our message out most effectively? Local Events, Fundraisers, Candidate Forums

Thank you to our local business support!

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Please let our local businesses know how we appreciate their support. These businesses recognize the importance of our mission. Small government and lower tax and regulation burdens are business friendly Republican goals. Please support the following: San Juan Coffee Roasting Co.- Go see Irene, enjoy a coffee drink, some truffles or ice cream. She is on the Cannery Landing.  Her coffee is roasted locally and tastes delicious. You have enjoyed it at our Red Barn Events, San Juan Caucus and County Convention. So while you are downtown go see Irene and thank her for her generosity. Her coffee keeps you… Click Here to Read More

Obamacare’s Assault on Religious Liberty

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Register Now for the Upcoming First Principles on First Fridays Webcast   “Obamacare’s Assault on Religious Liberty”  Paul A. Rahe,Professor of History, Hillsdale College  Tuesday, April 10, 2012          12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. EST Register to Watch This Live Webcast www.hillsdalefirstfridays.com Paul A. Rahe holds the Charles O. Lee and Louise K. Lee Chair in Western Heritage and is Professor of History at Hillsdale College. He earned his Ph.D. from Yale University and has taught at Cornell University and the University of Tulsa. He blogs on Ricochet.com and has authored several books, including Soft Despotism, Democracy’s Drift and Republics Ancient and… Click Here to Read More

Rob McKenna’s opponent for Governor costs Washington $770,000

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Have you heard that because Jay Inslee quit his job in Congress it will cost you, the taxpayer, $770,000? The state has to run a special election for a new Congressman even though that person will only fill the seat for a month. This is outrageous and we think you should send Inslee the invoice! Ex-Congressman Inslee has enough money in both of his campaign accounts to send the State of Washington a check to cover the cost of the special election and we think he should do that instead of sticking his bill with the taxpayers.

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