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Clallam County Republican
Party Headquarters

509 S. Lincoln Street
(Send mail to: P. O. Box 808)
Port Angeles, WA 98362
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(360) 417-3035

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The National Debt
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This guy makes amazing visuals to help people
understand the vast amount of money the federal government is spending. Enjoy!


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"The Forgotten Man"


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Secretary of State - Elections

 

Welcome to the Clallam County GOP!


MEET OUR CANDIDATES

Vote-Button-3Would you like to know more about the Republican candidates who will be on your November ballot?  Read more about each of them and find out where they will be speaking through their websites below:

Marty McClendon, GOP , U. S. House of Representatives – www.mcclendonforcongress.com – Endorsed by CCRP

Tom Greisamer, GOP,  State Representative, 24th District Position 2 – www.drtomgreisamer.com  – Endorsed by CCRP

Bill Peach, GOP, Clallam County Commissioner, District 3 – www.billpeach.org – Endorsed by CCRP

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Because the following are both running as Republicans, the CCRP has not issued an endorsement.

Mark Nichols (GOP) for Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney – www.nicholsforprosecutor.com

William Payne (GOP) for Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney – www.williampayne.org

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The CCRP has also endorsed one nonpartisan candidate:

Rick Porter for Judge (NP) – www.reelectjudgeporter.com – Endorsed by CCRP


 Upcoming Candidate Forums

Four C (Concerned Citizens of Clallam County)
CANDIDATE FORUMS SCHEDULE
All forums will be held at the
Sequim Boys & Girls Club
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

 

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Candidates for: County Commissioner

BILL PEACH

SISSY BRUCH


 

Dave Cummins, long time friend and COP stalwart, passes

Dave at the GOP State Convention 2012.  He will be missed.

Dave at the GOP State Convention 2012. He will be missed.

 

It is with great sadness that we report our good friend Dave Cummins passed away during the night on Wednesday, July 30th.  In addition to being a great friend, he was a stalwart of the Republican Party, serving in many roles, the most recent being State Committeeman for many years. He was elected to and served as chair of the Home Rule Charter.

He served as the chair of our county conventions for many years, worked behind the scenes are candidates’ races, and was always available to share his wisdom and wit.  He loved his involvement with politics, and worked hard to further the cause of freedom and the principles of the Republican Party platform.

He was a strong Christian, and so is joyfully with the Lord today.  It is a bittersweet time for us – knowing he is okay, but that we will miss him here.t.

We will announce when his memorial service will take place at a later date.

 


 

Let’s Remember Those Who Served and Died to Defend Our Individual Freedoms.

Memorial Day


 

2013 Year End Report to District I Citizens

Clallam County Commissioner Jim McEntire (R)

Clallam County Commissioner Jim McEntire

My sincerest hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas season!  I’m a little tardy with this 2013 report because I injured two fingers in January and am just now getting back my typing speed.

Carlsborg wastewater system:  proceeds at a quickening pace.  I expect we’ll be ready to solicit bids for construction within this year.  The cost numbers are settling as I expected, and contain no surprises.  Budgeted sums are sufficient and I had long thought, it is very much more cost effective to move effluent to Sequim for treatment at the City sewage plant.  Wastewater utility costs for those in the Carlsborg urban growth area will be reasonable.  Common sense has won the day in this instance, and I’m glad of it. Continue Reading>>>


Trey Gowdy questions media about Benghazi reporting

The news media is supposed to report, ask questions and find answers. They did not do that about the Benghazi raid, where four Americans were killed; instead, repeating only what the White House said. Here, U. S. Rep. Gowdy gets in their face about their lack of reporting to the American public.  Click here to view the video.

 


 

 


 

Call your Senators and Representative and ask the question….

Why are you exempted from The Affordable Healthcare Act aka Obamacare, and why do the taxpayers fund 72% of your healthcare premiums?

U.S. Capitol Switchboard    –  Tel.  202-456-1414

U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell – Write: 717 Hart Senate Office Bldg., Wash. D.C. 20510 – Tel. (202) 224-3441 or Seattle 206-220-6400 – Fax (202) 228-0514

U.S. Senator Patty Murray – Write: 173 Russell Senate Bldg., Wash. D.C. 20510 – Tel. (202) 224-2621  or Seattle 206-553-5545 – Fax (202) 224-0238

6th CONGRESSIONAL DIST. – U.S. Rep.  Derek Kilmer – Write: 1429 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515 – Tel. (202)-225-5916


“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.” -B.Franklin,1759


College Republicans – Join or start up a club at your college.  Go to: http://www.wacollegerepublicans.org/


 “The Declaration and the Constitution”

Hillsdale College offers FREE classes on the Constitution.  Here’s one:
In this first lecture from the “Introduction to the Constitution” series, Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn argues that the American republic’s meaning and proper method of operation is found in two documents, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. He introduces the two main principles of the Declaration–Nature and Equality–and explains how they are key to understanding the arrangements of government found in the Constitution.Watch this Lecture


 


An excellent short argument about gun control.


ECONOMIC & DEMOGRAPHIC CHARTS: Clallam County Commissioner Jim McEntire has placed into the public domain the following Economic and Demographics Charts concerning the fiscal year 2013 budget.  These were discussed in open meetings in 2012.  They are an excellent way of reviewing Clallam County and what’s going on in those areas.  Click here to download and/or view (pdf files): Economic and Demographic Charts – FY 2013 Budget   (Posted 2/25/2013 )


 Tax Freedom Day

Millions of Americans will settle accounts with Uncle Sam on April 15th, unaware that they are still working for the government. Our nation’s Tax Freedom Day 2013 is April 18th, five days later than last year.    

   In the state of Washington, the news was even worse: Tax Freedom Day doesn’t arrive for us until April 25th.

How does Washington rank? Ninth highest taxpayer out of the fifty states.
Read in-depth reports at: taxfoundation.org


STATE LEGISLATURE:  Washington State Legislature – click here for contact information to reach our legislators, as well as to keep up to speed on current legislation. 

Check on the

Washington State Legislature: www.leg.wa.gov/pages/home.aspx

Rosters

(List of legislators, their committees, districts, counties, and legislative assistants)

Legislator E-mail Services

(Forms to e-mail individual members)

Caucus Home Pages

(In-depth information about each legislator)

Legislative Hotline: 1.800.562.6000


An interesting perspective…

News media would have the country believe that this past general election was a “mandate”.  But, was it?  For an interesting perspective, take a look at the election returns BY COUNTY: (Blue=Dem; Red = GOP) (Click on map for larger view)

Pretty interesting, isn’t it? (from Maps of the 2012 US presidential election results)


 COMPARE THE PLATFORMS – THEN YOU DECIDE!


For the voting record and / or responses to questions about issues from the candidates, visit (click on graphic):

Project Vote Smart


Republican Candidates

a HUGE Thank You to all the candidates who spent their time and money to run for public office.

We applaud you and encourage you to do it again!

We the People


The 2012 Washington State GOP Platform
and Resolutions are now available.

Click here to download your copy:

2012 Washington State GOP Platform

2012 State GOP Resolutions – Do Pass


Be sure to check out the latest in our GOP Commentary section!


2013 Elections Calendar |2013 Open Elective Offices


Your water rights may be affected – read on…

A newly formed organization, Olympic Resource Protection Council, is currently raising funds for a lawsuit against the Dept. of Ecology’s new water rules – which extremely limit what a household can use in the way of water, and in some areas, no new water will be “allowed”.  See their website at:  www.olympicresourcepc.org.

UPDATE – Dec. 2012:  The “Rule” was passed and went into effect on Jan. 2, 2013.  Marguerite Glover wrote an op/ed about the issue, which helps to see how people will be adversely affected:  New “Water ‘Management’ Rule” by WA State Dept. of Ecology a “travesty

A current issue concerns metering of wells and water “rules” by the State Department of Ecology.  Marguerite Glover has been involved with the water issues in the Sequim-Dungeness area for many years, and has set up a website to help educate folks about the matter.  Click here – www.sequimwater.com and get up-to-speed with what is happening in this area.

A postcard was mailed out to residents in the Sequim area, which bears repeating.  It states:

“The Washington Department of Ecology’s Dungeness Water Rule, being proposed in May 2012 and taking effect in August 2012, may affect you as a property owner. Washington REALTORS and the  Sequìm  Association of REALTORS want to keep you informed.

VACANT LAND AND UNUSED WELLS
Development of vacant land will be subject to the rule, even parcels  purchased or subdivided years ago. The rule prohibits new water rights and  exempt wells unless mitigation is purchased, and requires metering and reporting of new water uses. The rule will also impact wells that are already drilled if water from the well has not yet been used For domestic purposes.

EXISTING PRIVATE WELLS & SMALL WATER SYSTEMS

Existing private wells may be subject to the new rule, if the uses of the well  are modified to add additional residences or new types of water use at  existing residences.

COUNTY BUILDING PERMIT DECISIONS

Will require determination by the County of whether the project complies with the Washington Department of Ecology’ water rule before a building permit can be approved.


State Budget

For a good run-down of the state budget recently passed by our lawmakers, go here: http://www.myfreedomfoundation.com/ and click on “A Closer Look at the State Budget Deal.”



 

FIND YOUR PRECINCT

Register to Vote
Deadline is
October 5, 2014
by mail –
or 15 days prior to election
if you walk in
and register at the county)

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Are you interested in joining one of our Clubs or attending various meetings?
Contact us – and we’ll keep in touch!

Want to read the bills passed by Congress and pending before Congress? Go to www.opencongress.org


Follow the water issue in eastern Clallam County.
Check out Olympic Water Resource Protection Council.


RNC passes Resolution in Support of Western States Taking Back Public Lands


 Check out the Constitution Minute – presented by Hillsdale College.


 

“Would it not be better to simplify the system of taxation rather than to spread it over such a variety of subjects and pass through so many new hands.” ~Thomas Jefferson

“Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state lives at the expense of everyone.” ~Frederic Bastiat

“Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect every one who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined.” ~Patrick Henry


 

The County Convention delegates, who represented you, did an great job of passing an excellent county platform and Resolutions. Our thanks to those who spent the day in hard work to get it done!


Central Committee

passes Resolution opposing and urging Clallam County Commissioners to rescind their support of the Wild Olympics

Click here to Read the Resolution and info.


Central Committee

passes Resolution to demand that Clallam County withdraw from ICLEI – Local Govts for Sustainability -

which promotes UN Agenda 21.

Click here to Read the Resolution and info.