PCO's Recommend Defeat of Charter
The REFLECTOR Newspaper is conducting a poll on the proposed county charter. We encourage a vote against it. You can find the survey here.
Republican Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs) Urge Defeat of the County Charter
At Thursday night's meeting of the Clark County Republican Central Committee, the PCOs passed a "Resolution to Defeat the Freeholders' Charter". The resolution highlights four principles of good governance and then demonstrates how the proposed charter fails to serve on those points and therefore deserves to be soundly defeated in November. The four areas are:
1. The Republican Party believes that transparency is essential to good governance.
2. The Republican Party is deeply committed to the principle that government must be accountable and responsive to the citizens it serves.
3. The Republican Party believes in the importance of checks and balances on power.
4. The Republican Party is an advocate for limited and cost-effective government.
The PCOs did not stop there. They also supported to a “Resolution Urging a NO Vote on Washington Initiative 594”, and UNANIMOUS passage of a “Resolution Opposing National Common Core Education Standards”. You’ll soon be able to find all of these at the Press Release tab of the website.Read more
At the Thursday, August 22nd meeting of the Clark County Republican Central Committee, the Precinct Committee Officers passed a "Resolution to Defeat the Freeholders' Charter". The resolution highlights four principles of good governance and then demonstrates how the proposed charter fails to serve on those points and therefore deserves to be defeated in November. The four areas are:
The Republican Party believes that transparency is essential to good governance.
The Republican Party is deeply committed to the principle that government must be accountable and responsive to the citizens it serves.
The Republican Party believes in the importance of checks and balances on power.
The Republican Party is an advocate for limited and cost-effective government.
The resolution then closes with "Whereas, the Freeholders’ Charter unnecessarily changes this long established form of County government.
Now therefore, be it resolved, we the Clark County Republican Party urge the defeat of the Freeholders’ Charter when it appears on the November 2014 ballot."
To see the resolution, please click on the link below.
At Thursday night's meeting (8/21/14) of the Clark County Republican Party Central Committee, the Precinct Committee Officers passed a Resolution urging a NO vote on Washington Initiative 594.
The resolution highlights numerous critical flaws in the initiative and demonstrates how it is actually an assault on free people with no hope of reducing the number of firearms in the hands of criminals.
The Clark County Republican Party urges a NO vote on Initiative 594.
Click on link below to read the complete resolution.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jeanne Stewart and her family after hearing of the loss of David Stewart, her husband of 40 years.
Press Release Below.
An important announcement from Jeanne.
It is with regret and deep sorrow that The Jeanne E. Stewart for County Commissioner Campaign announces the passing of Jeanne’s husband of 40 years, David Stewart. David passed this Tuesday (August 19, 2014) due to complications from heart surgery.
Jeanne remains committed to run for County Commissioner and is grateful to the team of volunteers who will carry on her campaign during her brief absence.
We ask that all would respect Jeanne and her family’s privacy at this difficult time.
Margaritas, the Last Parade & a Video Contest!
Our office is open for you! Stop by any weekday from 9-5 and pick up yard signs and literature. We’re at 9401 NE Covington Rd, Vancouver. If you would like to help us stay open on weekends, contact Brenda Poletti, 503-380-6918 email@example.com and volunteer for a weekend shift. If you would like to help us keep this terrific office location on a permanent basis, please set up a recurring monthly donation here.
See a campaign sign in trouble? We can help the candidates look sharp by stopping to fix small signs that are falling over and making the candidates aware when one of their large signs are in distress. Just go to our candidates page to get their contact info. They will appreciate the call.
Thank you to all the terrific volunteers that acted as election observers, Clark County fair booth workers, parade marchers and those who help regularly at the office! What a great group of supporters! As you know, it takes all of us. All are needed. All are welcome. Thank you so much for your efforts on behalf of this party!
This is my favorite video of Colorado's I Vote Republican Contest. Washington State’s contest is ending this week. We’d love to see a Clark County winner have the starring role in a professionally produced video. Could that be you?Read more
Clark County Republican Central Committee Bylaws
As Adopted on December 13, 2012
Amended March 27, 2014
Republicans Advance to the November Ballot!
Clark County Election Week Update
A hearty thank you to the voters in Clark County! Republicans are the only party to have a candidate in every position on the November ballot. Go to our candidates page to connect with terrific people! Thank you for bringing them through the primary with strong support. Now they need your help to win the general election in November. Please come by our office any weekday from 9-5 and pick up yard signs and literature. We’re at 9401 NE Covington Rd, Vancouver. If you would like to help us stay open on weekends, contact Brenda Poletti, firstname.lastname@example.org and volunteer for a weekend shift.
Also on Tuesday, Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs) were elected. If you did not see this on your ballot it was because either no one ran for this rather obscure position, or it was uncontested, with only one candidate. We would like the position to come out of obscurity. If you have ever wanted to have a voice in the Party, the Precinct Committee Officer should be one of your first contacts. You can find them here. The PCOs choose the leaders and direction of the party. Let them know what is important to you and volunteer to help them serve the voters in the precinct.Read more
You Are the 20%
Clark County Election Week Update
Four out of five of your neighbors have not voted—which gives you a real opportunity! Just look through your contact list, make a few calls and you will boost our numbers. When voter turn-out is low, each new voter has even more influence. They will vote if you ask them. This is a super-easy task to do during the next two days. Please make that list now and start calling. They will thank you (I’m totally serious).
To learn about Republican candidates look for their contact information here. Also check out CVTV for forums and interviews. Click on both the “Files” & “Folder” links (you don’t have to buy a copy). Couv.com has Sheriff interviewshere and a summary video of the NAMI forum here.
One of the things your Clark County Republican Party is doing to Get Out The Vote is a Radio spot on 970AM. Have you have heard it? Check it out here. We have another ad that will run only on election day.Read more
The Clark County Republican Party is running the following radio ad for the 2014 Primary GOTV effort. The ad will be running on Freedom 970 AM during the Mark Levin show (3pm - 6pm) Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday, July 31st through 5th. Enjoy --- and please share on your social media feeds!
8 Days to Victory
This week it was the Camas Days Parade ending with our very BIG TRUCK in a very narrow street with children and adults everywhere! Nerve wracking for our driver, I think. Thanks again to Joel Olson Trucking for a beautiful truck and a great driver! Thanks to the candidates and many volunteers who have made our parade entries a success! You will find pictures of all the other candidate floats here. You’ll have to click on the left arrow to get to the newest pages which are not yet up tonight.Read more