It’s Been a Ride… Well, the election is over. If you haven’t seen the results yet, results for the COUNTY are available here on the county elections page, for the whole state here on the Sec of State web-page. Winning (or losing) an election in the county doesn’t mean the candidate actually won (or lost), so the Secretary of State is the place to go. Turnout was about 10% higher than 4 years ago at the same time (i.e. in the middle of the last presidential term). Republicans did very well for a midterm party that controls the presidency. But there’s no doubt… Click Here to Read More
It’s time to Vote, Election Day is Nov 6th. If you are registered to vote, you should have received your ballot by 10/25 (Thursday). If you did not receive it please contact the San Juan County Elections Office. Phone: 360-378-3357. Talk to Carlys or Camolyn. Voter’s Guide (PDF) Voter’s Guide (online version) Sample Ballot Looking for rules about political signs? Try MRSC “Regulating Non-Commercial Temporary Signs During Election Season” Contact your PCO or a party leader if you have questions: http://sjcrp.org/about/your-pcos/ Election Observers Needed November 1, November 6, at 9 a.m. and November 7 at 11 a.m. email me: firstname.lastname@example.org … Click Here to Read More
From one of our Members. Please consider taking the survey — “We are asking you to participate in this survey. The survey asks about your views on youth substance use in the community. We will use this information to help us understand your thoughts and feelings, in order to better serve youth in our community. This survey is anonymous. We will not know who you are or which responses are yours. Your responses will be kept confidential and will be reported only in the aggregate (combined with other responses). This survey is voluntary. That means you can skip any question… Click Here to Read More
Join the SJCRP on Orcas as they hear from fellow islander (Lopez) Ed Kilduff, Hydrologist, who will be speaking about the WA State Supreme Court Hirst Decision, which basically halts drilling of wells on undeveloped property, and why it is important to everyone in our state….so important that the Republican leadership is holding out on the budget until the Hirst “Fix” gets passed and signed. This is important on our island and to our future. All are welcome to attend the meeting 12:30 pm, Saturday, October 7th at the Eastsound Fire Station. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Silly Protestors Bring Attention to the Awesome Republican Fair Booth. What a hoot!The fair provided a great way for us to connect with other conservatives in our county. We also met conservatives from Canada, Virginia and the Midwest US. Our booth provided a Make America Great Theme as we provided patriotic conversation and take home items.Much attention was given to the cotton candy Trump Hair that we passed out to kids and adults. I estimate over 100 pocket US Constitutions are now in the hands of young and old who came to our booth. As we delivered our message of… Click Here to Read More