Josh Hawley Schedule of Events This Friday and Saturday

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Attorney General Josh Hawley will hold several Stop Schumer Fire Claire Tour rallies in the St. Louis area tomorrow and Saturday. Members of the media who would like to attend any of the following events are asked to confirm in advance by contacting Kelli Ford at press@hawleyformissouri.com.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2018:

St. Charles Stop Schumer Fire Claire Rally
11:00-11:45 a.m. CT
RNC St. Charles Field Office
3551 Veterans Memorial Parkway
St. Charles, MO 63303

Rolla Stop Schumer Fire Claire Rally
3:30-4:15 p.m. CT
RNC Rolla Field Office
825 South Bishop Ave.
Rolla, MO 65401

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2018:

Town and Country Stop Schumer Fire Claire Rally
2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Dunn & Miller Law Firm – parking lot
13321 North Outer 40 Road, #100
Town and Country, MO 63017
***Next to West County Assembly of God

Josh Hawley rally, Saturday, October 13th

Saturday October 13th 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Parking lot of Dunn & Miller PC
13321 North Outer Forty Rd. Town & Country

This may be the final opportunity to see Josh Hawley in person before the election. Plus:

  • Chance to visit with area office holders and candidates in the November election.
  • Refreshments will be served.
  • Limited seating is available but there will be ample standing room. Restrooms will be available inside the building.

Parking available at the Assembly of God parking lot. 

DIRECTIONS: Eastbound on I-64, exit the highway at Route 141.  Go through the intersection and continue east on South Outer 40 Road to the light at Maryville Center Drive.  Turn left, cross the highway, go past the church on the corner, then turn right into the church parking lot.  Signs will direct foot traffic to the Dunn & Miller parking area where the rally will be conducted. 

Westbound on I-64, exit at Maryville Center Drive, turn right at the traffic light then right again into the church parking lot.

Be in the rally area by 2 p.m.

Please register by using this link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hawley-for-senate-rally-in-stl-tickets-51203317501

St. Louis County Sample Ballot Now Available On-Line

The St. Louis County Board of Elections is announcing a new feature for voters before the upcoming November Midterm election.  Voters can now view the sample ballot for their precinct by going to the election Board website: www.stlouisco.com/yourgovernment/elections and click on “Sample Ballot”.  After agreeing to the terms, voters will enter their address, and on the pop-up screen the voter can click on their sample ballot and also view a picture of their polling place.

The ballot for this election is one of the longest in recent history and will take more time to vote at the polls.  “Because our goal is to ensure voters feel confident casting their vote, we are working to provide all voters with easy access to a sample ballot”, explained Democratic Director of Elections Eric Fey.  Republican Director of Elections Rick Stream also advised, “Do your research.  As voters, we will be making decisions on many significant federal, state and local candidates and issues.”

All registered voters in St. Louis County will receive a white notice of election card in the mail, which also includes a sample ballot, approximately one week before Election Day.  We suggest voters mark the sample ballot they receive in the mail or the sample ballot they print from our website with their intended selections, so they can use it as a guide while voting.

Jack Jackson, representing the Josh Hawley campaign, to headline North St. Louis County Republican Club meeting

The North St Louis County Republican Club will have their monthly meeting this Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 7:30 PM.  Their location is at Cannoli’s Restaurant at 462 US 67 (Lindbergh) at Washington/Charbonier in the Florissant Meadows Shopping Center next to Walgreen’s.

Their speaker will be Colonel Jack Jackson representing Josh Hawley.

Other candidates may attend and issues may be discussed.

Some of the issues on the ballot are Clean Missouri, Zoo tax increase, gas tax increase and minimum wage increase.

For information please contact Lou Hannibal at 314-831-6442.

Speaker chairman is Dave Blanke at 314-837-0484 david.a.blanke@gmail.com

Dues are $15 per person or $25 per family.  These can be paid at the meeting or sent to Diana Turner at 3 Country Ln, Florissant, MO. 63033-5524 314-837-3153 kevturn3@sbcglobal.net

Cannoli’s has great food, please try it.

June Schmidt-secretary

North St Louis County Republican Club

314-838-3239

junesgopmail@gmail.com

Saundra McDowell to headline Pachyderm’s dinner meeting

For their dinner meeting this Friday,  Ms. Saundra McDowell, Esq. will be the Pachyderm’s guest speaker. As the state’s director of enforcement for the securities division of the Secretary of State, Saundra’s team has prosecuted financial institutions and individuals to win court orders to return millions of dollars to Missouri investors and residents.
As an assistant attorney general, Saundra managed teams of accountants and investigators going after those who cheated Missourians. Saundra joined the U.S. Air Force after high school and as a young airman medical tech she was stationed overseas after 9-11.  After her military service, Saundra earned her law degree and was in private practice in Kansas City and Springfield. Saundra, her husband Jonathan, and their five children live in Jefferson City. Saundra has a JD from Regent U. , a BS in philosophy and politics from Drake U. , and a certificate from Oxford in American politics. See more about Saundra here: https://www.saundramcdowellformissouri.com/

Dinner Details
Friday, September 21, 2018, Cash Bar 6:00pm, Dinner 7:00pm
Spiro’s
1054 N. Woodsmill Road
Chesterfield , MO 63017
(West of Hwy. 141, south of Olive, near Dierberg’s)
http://www.spiros-restaurant.com/

$35/person
RSVP 9/19 noon via 314-991-3978 or jeanninestuart54@gmail.com
pay by check, cash, charge, at the door please RSVP 9/19 noon

Menu: Chicken Picatta (Char broiled with lemon Picata sauce) served with rice pilaf, small Greek salad, steamed vegetables, and Baklava for desert

Rene Artman named Chairman of St. Louis County Republican Central Committee

Every other year our political parties in Missouri reorganize through elections starting at Rene-99the Township level on up to Chairman of their state parties. This evening Rene Artman was elected as Chairman, Ted Engler, Vice Chairman, Jim Rowe, Treasurer and Teresa Douglas, secretary of the St. Louis County Republican Central Committee.

The Central Committee consists of Township Committeemen and Committeewomen from St. Louis County. Rene is Committeewoman for Meramec Township, Ted is Committeeman for University Township, and Jim is Committeeman for St. Ferdinand Township.

For more information see the Central Committee’s website: www.redstatestl.com

Tom Sullivan to headline this weeks Pachyderm luncheon

For their lunch meeting this Friday, the Pachyderms will have Mr. Tom Sullivan as guest speaker. Tom will discuss the latest on MetroLink management and security, and stadium funding. Previously, Tom coauthored a story in SJR that detailed how much public money went into the new Busch Stadium. One of his news releases declared that the MetroLink extension debacle would cost taxpayers an extra $300 million. Tom has completed course work in poli sci and English at UMSL and graduated from McBride H.S.

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

$25 for non-members

 

North St. Louis County Republican Club Meeting

The North St Louis County Republican Club will have their monthly meeting this Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 7:30 PM.  The meeting will be at Cannoli’s Restaurant at 462 US 67 (Lindbergh) at Washington/Charbonier in Florissant Meadows Shopping Center next to Walgreen’s.

Their first speaker will be Robert Vroman, candidate for US Congress.

Their last speaker will be Tim Lowery, Florissant Chief of Police, and candidate for Mayor of Florissant.

Neal Breitweiser to headline Pachyderm dinner

This Friday join the Pachyderms for their Friday night meeting! Their speaker will be Mr. Neal Breitweiser, Executive Director at Jefferson County Port Authority. Neal has 22 years as Creve Coeur township Republican Committeeman. He has served the Missouri Republican State Party Executive committee for 18 years representing the 24th Senate District. He has worked as logistics team leader for Presidential Candidates, U.S. Senators, and Statewide Office holders. He has served the City of Creve Coeur as appointed member of the Board of Personal Appeals. Neal is a board member of the Hispanic Republicans of Missouri. Neal has course work from UMSL and graduated from Lindbergh H.S. Learn more at his website:   https://www.linkedin.com/in/neal-breitweiser-a664337/
Friday, August 17, 2018, Cash Bar 6:00pm, Dinner 7:00pm Sapore Italian Cafe in Woodbine Center main restaurant, upper level 451 S. Kirkwood Blvd. (just north of Big Bend) Kirkwood, Missouri 63122 http://saporeitaliancafe.com/

Freedom to Work will increase jobs, hold union bosses accountable, and afford workers more of a choice on how and where their hard-earned money is being spent 

Here are the facts: 

  • Freedom to work brings quality, high paying jobs to Missouri.
  • Some try to paint us as anti-Union, but in reality, we’re simply advocating for worker freedom
  • People work hard for their money, and they should be able to choose where that money ends up.
  • Allowing for worker’s choice forces union bosses to be more accountable to their workers
  • Unions continually support far left organizations and candidates like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, and workers shouldn’t be forced to have their money support causes they don’t believe in.
  • Contrary to Democratic talking points, Freedom to work doesn’t bust up unions, it allows workers to have more choice in regards to where their money is being spent.
  • Put simply, Freedom to Work will increase jobs, hold union bosses accountable, and afford workers more of a choice on how and where their hard-earned money is being spent. 

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