Sheriff Joe Arpaio to headline St. Louis County’s Lincoln-Reagan Days Dinner

arpaioThe Republican Central Committee of St. Louis County announced that their keynote speaker for their Lincoln-Reagan Days Dinner will be Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “Sheriff Joe” is a former law enforcement officer and politician. He served as the 36th Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona for 24 years, from 1993 to 2017. The dinner will be held on March 23rd and is open to the public.

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Better Together to bypass City/County citizens and the Missouri Legislature with their merger plans

According to an article in the St. Louis Business Journal, the members of Better Together will try to do an end run on the citizens of St. Louis, the citizens of St. Louis County and the Missouri Legislature by putting a City/County Merger merger on the 2020 ballot as a Constitutional Amendment.

According to the St. Louis Business Journal:

Better Together would fund an operation to get signatures for a Constitutional amendment with the goal of placing it on a statewide ballot in November 2020. It would be promoted by a multimillion-dollar “yes” campaign, directed by Democratic operative Nancy Rice and financed by index-fund pioneer Rex Sinquefield and others, and all Missouri residents would get a say. If a majority of voters approve the amendment, within five or six weeks all current government offices in the city and county would be suspended and a transitional government would take over for about 15 months, pending elections.

The Business Journal was also briefed on these points about the merger:

  • A new governmental entity — with a new charter — would be created in place of the current city of St. Louis and St. Louis County structures. It would encompass the current city and county land mass. The government would be based in downtown St. Louis.
  • Elected officials would include: one mayor, one prosecuting attorney, one assessor and 33 council members.
  • The county’s 88 municipalities would lose the ability to collect most sales taxes, have their own police departments and courts. What’s currently the city and county would have one police department and one court system. The municipalities, their officials and legislative bodies would still exist.
  • Fire and school districts would be untouched.

A City/County merger has been opposed by many members of the Republican Central Committee of St. Louis County. Also, the Missouri Governor has indicated that he will support legislation to make it more difficult to get issues on the ballot.

Erle Lionberger

The St. Louis County Republican Central Committee would like to extend its sincere condolences to the family of Erle Lionberger who passed away today after an extended illness.

Erle became a Republican Committeewoman for Hadley Township in 1965 and served on the Republican State Committee from 1968—1978. She was a delegate for the Republican National Convention, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1984, 1988 and an Alternate Delegate in 1968. She served as Missouri representative for the Republican National Platform Committee in 1988 and Missouri chairman Women for Reagan-Bush, 1984.

In addition, she served on the Board of Directors for the Landmarks Association St. Louis, Inc., 1973—1976; Coordinator for the History Preservation Pilgrimage, 1974; Board of directors for the Friends of Winston Churchill Memorial, 1975—1976 and as member of Save Grant’s White Haven, Inc., since 1985.

She was a member of the women’s executive board, Missouri Botanical Garden, 1977—1980; member St. Louis County History Building Commission, since 1976; Capitol Complex Commission on Fine Arts, 1983—1990; Chairman Missouri 7th Senatorial District Committee, 1978—1984; Missouri Advisory Council on History Preservation, since 1982; Missouri representative Lewis and Clark National History Trail Advisory Council, 1984—1988; Board of Directors Missouri Heritage Trust (now Missouri Alliance for History Preservation), since 1982 and Missouri Parks Association, 1982—1989.

Erle’s dedication to the Republican Party will always be remembered.

happy thanks giving

Josh Hawley & Lindsey Graham Rally


Josh Hawley in St. Louis County, October 23rd

Josh Hawley will be in St Louis, MO, on Tuesday, October 23th, 2018. Please join US Senate Candidate Josh Hawley in Ballwin to hear firsthand about how control of the United States Senate comes down to Missouri.

We can’t win this election alone, but together – with your help – we can’t lose. Let’s get it done!

To attend the event, please get a ticket on Eventbrite today. If you have any questions, email or call/text (573) 340-5834

What:           Hawley campaign – Rally with Josh Hawley in West St Louis County

When:          Tuesday, October 23th, 2018

                     3:30 – 4:30 p.m. CT

Where:         West St. Louis County Republican Victory Office

                     14538 Manchester Road

                     Suite 201

                     Ballwin, MO 63011

 RSVP:          Eventbrite

Vote NO on Amendment 1


One of the political parties in Missouri is having difficulty winning races for the Missouri Legislature. To fix that problem they have put Amendment 1 on the ballot which allows our State Auditor to select a “demographer” who would redraw “fairer” districts. This would make your state legislative districts meander through the state to match your neighborhood with one that has very different values. If you and most of your neighbors vote Democrat, half of your district will become Republican and you could end up with a Republican Representative. This will work the same for Republican districts as well. Most of the influence in the redistricting process now goes to the Party in power as elected by the citizens. With Clean Missouri the influence will go to the party that puts the most influence on the Auditor’s election. Keep the power to the people, VOTE NO!