Peter Pfeifer to headline Pachyderm Luncheon

Over lunch this Friday, June 8th, 2018, we’ll hear from Mr. Peter Pfeifer, candidate for US Senate. Peter has served as a real estate profession for nearly twenty years. Along the way he has met many people of all walks of life. Peter has also been a manufacturer’s rep and a TV reporter. Peter’s campaign theme is “career politicians and bureaucrats (The Swamp) have been able to dictate the United States’ foreign and domestic policies. It is time to bring the power back into the hands of the people and create an America First, Intelligent policy that benefits all Americans.” See more at https://www.peterpfeifer.com/

The St. Louis County Pachyderm Club meets each Friday at Sapore Italian Cafe in Woodbine Center main restaurant, upper level 451 S. Kirkwood Blvd. (just north of Big Bend) Kirkwood, Missouri 63122

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Networking starts at noon, lunch served at 12:15 PM
meeting starts at 12:30 PM and ends at 1:15 PM.

$20 per person for lunch, cash, charge, check

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AIRPORT, NORTHWEST AND MIDLAND TOWNSHIP ANNUAL PICNIC

AIRPORT, NORTHWEST AND MIDLAND TOWNSHIP

ANNUAL PICNIC

TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018

6 PM

TIEMEYER PARK

3311 ASHBY ROAD, ANN, MO

PAVILION 4

POT LUCK, EVERYONE NEEDS TO BRING SOMETHING TO SHARE.

WE WILL BRING SOME WATER AND ICE.

CANDIDATES WELCOME FOR SHORT PRESENTATIONS

THE PARK IS ACROSS FROM HOECH MIDDLE SCHOOL

BETWEEN ST CHARLES ROCK ROAD AND MIDLAND BLVD.

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.

Paid for by Airport Township Republican Club, Becky Buwalda, Treasurer.

Tim Fitch, Tim Lowery and Peter Pfeifer to attend North St. Louis County Republican Club dinner

The North St Louis County Republican Club will have their monthly meeting this Thursday, May 24th at 7:30 PM. They meet at Cannoli’s Restaurant at 462 US Hwy 67 (Lindbergh) at Washington/Charbonier in the Florissant Meadows Shopping Center next to Walgreens.

Speakers will be Tim Fitch, candidate for St Louis County Council district 3 and former St Louis County police chief.  Another speaker will be Tim Lowery, candidate for Florissant Mayor and currently Florissant Chief of Police.

Their last speaker will be Peter Pfeifer, a candidate for US Senate.

Cannoli’s has great food, please try it.

For additional information please contact their president, Lou Hannibal at 314-831-6442.

Their speaker chairman is Dave Blanke  314-837-0484 david.a.blanke@gmail.com.

 

REPUBLICANS FILE SUIT TO REMOVE DEMOCRAT FROM REPUBLICAN BALLOT

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Today, 34th Republican Senatorial District Committee filed a lawsuit in Cole County Court against Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and Scot Van Meter, the Democrat running as a Republican for Missouri Senate in the 34th District. The suit makes clear that the 34th District GOP does not want to be associated with Democrat Scot Van Meter. The 34th District GOP’s right to not be associated with Van Meter is protected by the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The U.S. Supreme Court has declared that such a right of non-association is protected by the U.S. Constitution.

Matt Vianello, the attorney representing the 34th District GOP, says, “As someone who has been involved in many election law cases, this case is one of the clearest examples I’ve seen where a political party’s constitutional rights are being threatened.”
Jim Rooney, Chairman of the 34th District GOP, says, “It’s clear Scot Van Meter is not a Republican. Even after filing as a Republican, Scot Van Meter filed paperwork with the Missouri Ethics Commission on April 10 stating he was a Democrat. We filed this lawsuit to protect our primary elections from medling for political gain.”

Scot Van Meter is currently elected as a Democrat County Assessor in Buchanan County. He has been elected five different times as a Democrat, most recently in November of 2016. Upon learning of Van Meter’s candidacy, the members of the 34th District GOP unanimously voted to reject Van Meter’s candidacy and pursue all available legal avenues to remove him from the ballot.

Tim Fitch to headline Pachyderm luncheon

Over lunch this Friday, Chief Tim Fitch joins the Pachyderms. He is a candidate for County Council, LDMO2018-28district 3.  Tim is a 34-year police veteran & former Chief of Police for St. Louis County. Tim is committeeman for Meramec Township. Tim is also manager of Emerson’s Global Security and owns The Fitch Group, LLC. The Fitch Group provides public safety, legal, media & corporate security consulting. He holds a master’s from Fontbonne Univ. and a bachelor’s in justice systems from Truman State. Tim is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the U.S. Secret Service Dignitary Protection program and the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government National Executive Institute. Tim is married and has two adult children. Learn more at https://timfitch.org/

The St. Louis County Pachyderm Club meets each Friday at
Sapore Italian Cafe in Woodbine Center
main restaurant, upper level
451 S. Kirkwood Blvd. (just north of Big Bend)
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122

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Networking starts at noon, lunch served at 12:15 PM
meeting starts at 12:30 PM and ends at 1:15 PM.

$20 per person for lunch, cash, charge, check

Information on the Clean Missouri initiative

Recently, petitions have been circling around touting an initiative called Clean Missouri. The name itself insinuates pure intentions, but don’t be fooled, Clean Missouri is an attempt at radical redistricting under the guise of ethics and lobbying reform.

Representative Hannah Kelly penned a MUST-READ editorial about the true intentions of Clean Missouri. Here’s an excerpt from the editorial:

“The initiative is advertised as ethics reform and includes changes to the state’s laws relating to lobbyists and campaign contribution limits. However, the main focus of the initiative is a radical change to the process of redistricting Missouri’s legislative districts. Clean Missouri would give the state auditor, the only statewide Democratic officeholder in Jefferson City, the power to appoint an unelected demographer to redraw Missouri’s Legislative Districts in the name of bipartisanship.

Make no mistake about itClean Missouris real purpose is to decrease or even eliminate the Republican majority in Jefferson City and put Democrat elites in charge.”

Read the full editorial by Rep. Kelly and be sure to share the editorial on Twitter and Facebook.

By sharing the truth about Clean Missouri, we can DEFEAT the initiative at the ballot box and PROTECT our Republican majority.

Listing now available for St. Louis County Republican candidates

Candidate registration in Missouri is closed and we have a list of theme avalable for you:

Republican Candidates for Missouri Senate

US Representative District 1

Camille Lombardi-Olive
Robert Vroman
Edward L Van Deventer Jr

Us Representative District 2

Contact Ted Engler (ted@worksafeproducts.com) with any missed candidates or website additions.