Jim McEntire announces his candidacy for 24th Legislative District Representative

Former Clallam County Commissioner and Retired Coast Guard Captain Jim McEntire announced today he will run for the State House of Representatives.

McEntire has a long record of public service, promoting balanced budgets, economic development and bi-partisanship as a County Commissioner and before that as a Port Commissioner. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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for the Annual
Lincoln Day Dinner

February 24, 2018 –  starts at 5 p.m.
The Cedars at Dungeness, Legends Room
1965 Woodcock Road, Sequim, WA

Special Guest Speaker
Jim Walsh
Member Washington State Assembly
19th Legislative District

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Read Our Platforms

Read the County, State and National Republican Platforms.  These are where we stand on issues.

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Voters say “no” to 75% tax increase

A special election was held on Feb. 13, 2018 for a levy for the Port Angeles School District (PASD).  The Clallam County Republican Party (CCRP) urged voters in a Resolution (read more below) to vote “no” for a variety of reasons – and the voters agreed!  The levy lost, and the taxpayers were saved from a heavy tax burden on their property.  Take a few minutes and read some of the reasoning behind a “no” vote – and some positive alternatives to help solve the problem in the PASD.  Click here.

BBC State of the Union Interview features Tom O’Donnell at local headquarters

During the State of the Union address on Jan. 30, 2018, the BBC (British Broadcasting Company) interviewed Tom McDonnell at the party held at GOP headquarters in Port Angeles.  You can see some of that interview at the BBC website (scroll down to the 3rd video on the page):

Jan. 8, 2018 – Central Committee passes Resolution Advising Rejection of Port Angeles School District’s Proposed Capital Levy

On January 8, 2018, at its monthly central committee meeting, the Clallam County Republican Party (CCRP) advising rejection of the Port Angeles School District’s (PASD) Proposed Capital Levy.

Key points about this Resolution are:

  1. The PASD board does not consistently state the purpose of the levy.
  2. This measure flouts the will of the people for a super majority vote to raise taxes.
  3. The capital levy, factually, will increase PASD taxpayers’ school district property tax by 75% and is exorbitant because this levy must be paid in six-years.
  4. Initiative 1351 mandates Washington state’s legislature and not the school districts’ taxpayers to provide smaller class sizes;
  5. PASD’s current enrollment totals 1254 less students than peak 1990 and total enrollment and recent yearly enrollment varies little;
  6. The PASD Board excludes modular construction thus costing PASD taxpayers at least 35% more than necessary;
  7. Credible research concludes smaller class sizes may produce no improvement in student learning;
  8. The PASD Fairview Elementary renovation would provide another school and modular construction could furnish a few classrooms if needed;
  9. The PASD Board official claims to establish “life safety” as its “highest priority,” but, instead, asks for $46.7 million to “relieve overcrowding” or provide smaller class sizes.  READ MORE AT

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CCRP Resolution, PASD 2018 Capital Levy

Lincoln Day Dinner – February 24, 2018!

Be sure to save the date of Saturday, February 24, 2018!

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The Clallam County Republicans are having their Annual Lincoln Day Dinner on Saturday, February 24 at the Legends Room at the Cedars at Dungeness in Sequim, WA.  Social Hour begins at 5 pm, followed by a plated dinner at 6 pm. Many exciting auction items await everyone throughout the evening. Our main speaker will be State Representative James Walsh, of the 19th Legislative District.

Tickets sales begin on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 and end on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. They are $60 per person and $110 per couple. For more information, call Jindy O’Donnell at 457-1672 or visit The Clallam County Republican office at 509 S. Lincoln. Call at 417-3035- Mon-Fri. from 11-2 pm. All tickets purchased on or before Jan. 15, 2018 will be entered into a drawing at the Dinner for a stunning, framed picture of an American eagle titled, “All gave some. Some gave all.” It’s on display at the office.  So come on down- take a look at it and buy your ticket(s) early!

Options of paying include cash, check. American Express, Master Card, Discover or Visa. Also use the CCRP Website to order tickets by checking in at www.clallamrepublicans.orgThe last day for ticket sales is Friday, Feb. 12 at 2 pm. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

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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!

CCRP Resolutions

Resolutions that have been passed by the Clallam County Republican Party Central Committee include:

Opposing and urging Clallam County Commissioners to rescind their support of the Wild Olympics  – Click here to Read the Resolution and info.

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.

Resolution to oppose increased sales tax in Clallam County:  CCRP Resolution offering better alternative than sales tax increase 2017

Venezuela politics can be disastrous for U.S., says speaker

The Clallam County Republican Party’s quarterly Dinner Meeting, held at Joshua’s Restaurant in Port Angeles on Sept. 12, 2017 featured guest speaker was Helena Paneyko from Venezuela.  She shared Venezuela, its situation, how we got there (a little bit of recent history), statistics, who is there now and why it is a real threat to the United States.  Click here for the full story.

Speaker meeting enlightening about Communism

Maria Malkasian, raised in Romania during the communist regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, shared her experiences about living in a Communist country with us on May 8 at Kokopelli’s in Port Angeles.  It was very enlightening to hear about the loss of freedom and food shortages, as well as the heavy hand of a dictatorial communist government over the lives of the people.  READ HER STORY HERE >>>

Our fair booth brought great response

The Republican Booth at the 2017 Clallam County Fair was a resounding success. Two themes filled the booth, The GOP Celebrates 2016 Elections & President Trump’s Accomplishments in his first 200 Days.  18 X 24 signs heralded Trump successes in several policy areas, including the Courts, Energy, Immigration, Economy, Foreign Policy and Trade Policy.

Senate majority reacts to report detailing economic impact of Hirst


Posted Sept. 14, 2017 – Water-rights decision could have disastrous consequences for Washington families, workers – he Senate Majority Coalition Caucus shared the following statement in response – READ MORE >>>

Thoughts from Our Founders…

“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


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