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Petition Signing – Saturday March 23, 2019

ATTENTION: There will be 3 locations to sign petitions in Grand Junction on Saturday. As we understand it the hours will be 10am to 3pm at all 3 locations. (1) Citrolas, (2) High Horsepower Diesel shop on River Road and (3) Orchard Mesa Baptist Church. These petitions are particularly for the National Popular Vote which …

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City Council Luncheon

After hearing from all the candidates on Friday March 15th, 2019, we believe the future of Grand Junction and of the Grand Valley rests in the hands of Phillip Pe’a and Dennis Simpson. They share values, beliefs, and loyalty similar to the foundation of this great party. As City Council Elections are non-partisan, we hope …

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City Council Election April 2nd, 2019

ALERT! Republican voters,   City Council ballots will be mailed out this week! Don’t forget to FILL THEM OUT or DROP THEM OFF to ensure they arrive in time to be counted. Please remind your friends, family and co-workers to VOTE RED and drop off your ballots at one of the designated drop boxes. If …

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Welcome our new GOP Board

The Mesa County Republican Party extends a warm welcome to our new board:Chairman, Kevin McCarney, 1st Vice Chair, Parker King, 2nd Vice Chair, Alden Savoca, Secretary, Barbara Brewer, and Treasurer, Pat Kanda (not pictured)Our new board was voted on and sworn in by Senator Ray Scott on Saturday, February 9. Thanks to everyone who ran, and hang on for …

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Republicans sweep Mesa County elections, Tipton & Gallegos re-elected

Congratulations to the Republican candidates from Mesa County and the 3rd Congressional District who won this year’s elections. The Mesa County Republican Party supports you and we pledge to continue to stand with you in the fight for Colorado’s future. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR REPUBLICAN WINNERS! United States Congressman Scott Tipton (CD-3) CU Regent (CD-3) Glen …

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Western Colorado leaders speak out against wolves in Colorado

Video produced by Big Game Forever, features Colorado State Senator Ray Scott (R-D7) and GOP candidate for House District 54, Matt Soper

FIGHTING FOR THE WESTERN SLOPE

This Saturday, October 13 FIGHTING FOR THE WESTERN SLOPE with Janice Rich (candidate D 55) and Matt Soper (candidate D 54) with State Representatives Lori Saine, Patrick Neville and Bob Rankin VICTORY 2018 HEADQUARTERS 2484 Commerce Blvd. walking/calling from 9:30-11:30 Lunch served at 11:30 and final shift at 12:30 DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS FUN …

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The Unintended Consequences of Amendment 73

Editorial by Ken Brownlee, Mesa County Assessor The Business Times Amendment 73 was designed to raise $1.6 billion for Colorado schools. But because of the unintended interaction with the Gallagher Amendment, the ballot measure would divert money from all other taxing districts to schools.    Most of the increased funding for schools proposed by Amendment …

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UNITE and Make Colorado Red Again

REGISTER TO VOTE by clicking HERE Volunteer to Keep America Great by calling (970) 314-2616 or (720) 325-3857

Mesa County 2018 GOP Victory Headquarters OPEN FOR BUSINESS

The Mesa County Republican Party held a cookout and open house celebrating the grand opening of its 2018 Victory Headquarters on Wednesday evening. We had a standing room only crowd who enjoyed burgers, dogs, drinks and great company. The 2018 Victory Headquarters is located at 2484 Commerce Blvd and will serve as a hub for …

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