Missouri Governor Parson’s statement on President Trump’s announcement on a second term

parsonsJefferson City, MO, June 18, 2019 – Supporters gathered at watch parties across the state of Missouri on Tuesday night to tune into President Trump’s announcement that he is running for reelection. Missouri Governor Parson released an official statement regarding the announcement: “In a little over two years, President Trump has accomplished more for everyday, hard-working families and businesses than any other president in recent history. As 2020 Democrat candidates argue over who is the most socialist, who can raise taxes higher, or who can increase government control of our lives sooner, President Trump has unleashed America’s potential, delivered historic tax cuts, put Americans and our businesses first, fulfilled his promise to secure our borders, prioritized fixing our broken health care system, and restored America’s military strength. President Trump has sparked an economic boom across our entire nation, including historic job growth, higher wages, and record-low unemployment right at home here in Missouri. The case for electing President Trump for a second term is simple: America needs more freedom and less government, more jobs and higher wages, stronger borders, and an improved health care system. I’m proud to support President Trump and will make sure that Missouri delivers another big victory for President Trump in November 2020.”

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Start gathering about 5:30 pm.




3311 Ashby Road

Across from Hoech Middle School, between Midland and St. Charles Rk. Rd.

Bring Something to Share

(main dish, sides, desserts)


Deann and I usually bring chicken, water, utensils and plates.

There are tables and benches but you can bring a chair if desired. If you like to drink anything other than water please feel free to bring it.

Paid and prepared by Becky Buwalda, Airport Township, Becky Buwalda, treasurer.

Councilman Fitch asks for Steve Stenger’s Resignation

County Executive Resign

This month’s North St. Louis County Republican Club

The North St Louis County Republican Club will have their monthly meeting  this Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 7:30 PM.  They meet at Cannoli’s Restaurant at 462 US 67 (Lindbergh) at Washington/ Elizabeth next to Walgreen’s in the Florissant Meadows Shopping Center.

There will be a candidate forum for candidates running for school board in the  Ferguson/Florissant and Hazelwood School Districts.

Also, they will be discussing “Proposition S”, Metropolitan Sewer District tax increase.  A speaker has been invited to speak on this issue.

Gary Wiegert will speak on April 25th about the city/county merger.

For information contact Lou Hannibal at 314-831-6442 or our speaker chairman, Dave Blanke at 314-837-0484 davidablanke@gmail.com.

Remember to vote on April 2nd.  We still need Republican election judges for this election.  If you can serve please contact John Minard at 314-615-1871.


St. Louis County Republicans Reject Better Together’s Plan

At this month’s regularly scheduled meeting, the Republican Central Committee of St. Louis County members voted unanimously on a resolution to oppose the organization Better Together and their plan to unite St. Louis City and County. The Committee joins many local St. Louis County municipalities that have passed similar resolutions.

The Better Together plan is to combine the City of St. Louis and the many St. Louis County municipalities into one large mega city. There would no longer be a county and most services would merge. The purpose would be to end duplication of services and make the government more efficient, therefore saving voters millions of dollars.

However, according to the “Riverfront Times,” the Better Together people could not come up with any evidence that their plan would work. Rene Artman, Chairman of the Republican Central Committee of St. Louis County recently commented, “this is just a transfer of wealth from the citizens of St. Louis County to the failed politicians of the City of St. Louis.” Mrs. Artman was referring to pension funds for City employees that are dramatically underfunded.

Further concerns voiced include the fact that savings may never materialize, and a combination of the City and County would permanently lock out one political party leaving many citizens unrepresented.

Republican Central Committee of St. Louis County is an organization of Republican Committeemen and Committeewomen elected in their respective Townships in St. Louis County.

Contact: Rene Artman  (314) 398-6667 for more information

For more information about the Republican Central Committee of St. Louis County go to: http://www.stlcorepublicans.org


See how you can help to stop Human Trafficking

In 2018, Missouri approved House Bill 1246 to combat the scourge of human trafficking by requiring the placement of posters containing resources to assist human trafficking victims in many public buildings throughout the state of Missouri.

Click here to find out more and see how you can help.



Bonhomme Township Republican Club Meeting

Thursday, February 7, 2019

6:30-7:30 PM Meet and Greet

7:00-8:00 PM Program

413 S Clay, Kirkwood, MO (American Legion Post)

Neal Breitweiser

Executive Director

Jefferson County Port Authority


Neal will talk about plans to develop Mississippi River ports in Crystal City, Herculaneum, and Kimmswick, including the re-activation of the Delta Queen.  Neal is also the Republican Committeeman for Creve Coeur Township.


Questions about the Club?

Alan Wheeler, President, 314-691-2526

Jan DeWeese, Committeewoman, 646-343-5360

Matt Maher, Committeeman, 314-898-3625