CCRP News: Dec 19, 2020

‍CCRP Legislative District 14 Election Results

On Dec 15, 2020 the LD14 had their reorganizational meeting. Congratulations to the new leadership team of CCRP LD14: LD 14 map

‍Glenn Kincaid LD 14 Chair

Glenn was re-elected to the chair position and this will be the 3rd executive board he has served under. He owns a small construction company in Clark County, Glenn Kincaid Construction & GK Equipment Rentals

‍CCRP Legislative District 49 Election Results

On Dec 17, 2020 the LD49 had their reorganizational meeting. Congratulations to the new leadership team of CCRP LD49 LD 49 map

Brian Gellatly LD49 Chair

Brian has volunteered on campaigns and has been a PCO for over a decade. Brian managed data and organization to help support some of our local campaigns, has managed event scheduling, previously managed the local Republican office, and managed the Republican fair booth in 2018.

‍CCRP Legislative District 18 Election Results

On Dec 18, 2020 the LD18 had their reorganizational meeting. Congratulations to the new leadership team of CCRP LD18: LD 18 map

Janna Meyer LD18 Chair

Janna formed the Family Freedom Coalition of Washington (FFCWA) whose mission is to elect representatives who support family rights. Janna has a master’s degree in Organizational Psychology and an MBA. She has also volunteered at several local campaign events and attended many rallies in Olympia.

‍CCRP Legislative District 20 Election Results

On Dec 18, 2020 the LD20 had their reorganizational meeting. Congratulations to the new leadership team of CCRP LD20 LD 20 map

G‍reg Boynton LD 20 Chair

Greg is currently the Regional Manager for the Pacific Northwest for Hickory Farms supervising all of our retail Holiday Markets in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.  Greg served on many  non-profit Boards as Chairman of Oak Harbor WA Chamber of Commerce, Director Oak Harbor noon Rotary and the Navy league of the United States. He is a life long Republican serving as Vice-Chair of the Texas College Republicans while at Sam Houston State University. Greg believes in small government,land owner rights, and genuine conservative values.

‍Petition I-1109

Have you signed ? Time is running out.

We have this petition at the CCRP Office. Opened Tuesday & Wednesday noon to 4:00 or call ahead (360) 695-1609

Initiative 1109 – Replacing all current Sex Education laws with Common Sense Sex Education program that is locally controlled.

Read More here.

Click here for signing locations.

‍Petition I-1114

Under I-1114, if the Gov wants to extend a Declaration or proclamation beyond 14 days, he or she must call a special session of the legislature and get the support of the entire body. No more year-long Emergencies. No more dictatorial and poorly-written proclamations.

Support good government. Protect individual rights. Defend the political power inherent in the people.

Click here for signing locations.


Run for your local School Board

The school board has three responsibilities: adopting the budget, evaluating and/or hiring the superintendent, and overseeing policies. The time required varies, but on average it takes about ten hours a week. Please click here to read more about the first hand experience of a past School Board member and consider running in an upcoming race. Read More.

Tim Eyeman / Permanent Offense

The $30 tabs we all voted for was declared “unconstitutional”. Tim Eyeman, the man behind $30 Tabs is being prosocuted by the Attorney General. Our tax dollars are being used. Read more about Tim’s defense and donate at:https://permanentoffense.com/


See campaign signs that have not been removed ? Contact us to report them by calling (360) 695-1609

COUNTY COUNCIL SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR VACANCY ON VOLUNTEER PLANNING COMMISSION

News Release from Clark Co. WA Communications
Posted on FlashAlert: November 3rd, 2020 10:03 AM Vancouver, Wash. – The Clark County Council is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the volunteer Planning Commission. The opening is for an unfinished four-year term that begins immediately and goes through Dec. 31, 2022.

Find out more here.

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