Please join the FAU College Republicans (CRs) as they protest President Obama’s Economic speech at FAU tomorrow April 10.
The CRs will be meeting at lot 17 at 12:00 noon tomorrow before heading to the bracketing location.
Please bring a sign but remember to keep the content focused on policy issues and not personal attacks.
If you take the Glades Rd. exit off I-95, go east. Turn left into the first FAU entrance, lot 17 will be the first parking lot on your left.
If you live in North County, there is another opportunity:
Some of us will be extending that warm welcome first, at 11:30 am, at Frenchmen’s Reserve, Palm Beach Gardens.
He will be arriving at the airport at noon compliments of our tax payer dollar and be entertaining himself with $20,000 shrimp at 471 Savoie Drive in Frenchman’s Reserve.
Please join us at Hood Road and A-1-A at 11:30 to extend our sincerest wishes .
The Publix Center on Hood can be used for parking.
You watched the debates, you took our survey (or didn’t), attended the PPP Event or looked at the Voters’ Guide. Now it’s your chance to vote for the GOP Presidential Candidate of your choice. For most of us, it’ll be a difficult choice – but don’t use that as an excuse! If you anticipate for any reason that you won’t be able to make it on Election Day, January 31st – then vote early – by either going to an Early Voting Location or voting by Absentee Ballot.* Always check with the Supervisor of Elections if you have any questions either on their website or at (561) 656-6200..
Important – if you aren’t registered as a Republican – you will not be able to vote in the Presidential Preference Primary.
EARLY VOTING STARTS THIS SATURDAY!
Presidential Preference Primary Election
Saturday, January 21, 2012 through Saturday, January 28, 2012
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Jupiter Branch Library, 705 Military Trail, Jupiter 33458
Palm Beach Gardens Library, 11303 Campus Drive, Palm Beach Gardens 33410
Supervisor of Elections Office, 240 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach 33415
Wellington Branch Library, 1951 Royal Fern Drive, Wellington 33414
Hagen Ranch Road Library, 14350 Hagen Ranch Road, Delray Beach 33446
Lantana Branch Library, 4020 Lantana Road, Lake Worth 33462
Belle Glade City Hall, 110 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd West, Belle Glade 33430
Boca Raton City Hall, 201 West Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton 33432
*ABSENTEE BALLOTS can be requested in many ways – by phone, online, requests can be faxed, a designated person can pick one up for you, you can mail in a postcard. You can also select in advance for which upcoming elections you desire an absentee ballot – so if you already know that you will be out of town for the primary in August or for the General Election in November – do it now – while you’re thinking about it. For more information on how to get your Absentee Ballot and when/how to send it in click here. Or go directly to the online form.
Palm Beach Gardens Green Market:
- Sunday November 20, 27, Dec 11 & 18
- 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
- Market is located at City Hall Complex next to PBG Fire Station # 1 at 4301 Burns Road
- We will register volunteers
- We will direct people to SOE web for voter registration
- We will hand out information on issues and candidates
- Our booth will be recognized by the American flag proudly on display and the elephant logo
- Candidates can stand in the booth and speak to visitors
- Candidates are allowed to walk around but not campaign as walking
- All handouts can be placed at the booth
- All signs can be placed at the booth
- Contact person is Linda Gore- please call 686-1616 to volunteer
Join us on November 15 for a special program provided by RCPB and Americans for Prosperity.
This is a call to action for next week’s county budget hearing, Tuesday evening, 9/13/11 at 6:00pm. The meeting is in the county government center, 301 North Olive in West Palm Beach. Come early as the meeting is expected to be crowded.
As you prepare for the meeting, here are some resources that may be useful:
- September Talking Points
- Sample email and 3 minute remarks
- The 2012 TAB Proposal – September Update
- September Budget Hearings – Some Background
Also check the “News Articles” tab on the TAB website for the latest budget stories from the Palm Beach Post, Sun Sentinel, and others.
Those on the “receiving” side of the budget will be out in force. Those of us on the “paying” side must also have their voices heard. If you can’t attend, send an email. Addresses for the commissioners and administrator can be found on right side of the TAB website, or you can email all at once at: BCC-AllCommissioners@pbcgov.org.
For some specific details about this meeting, see the 9/9 TAB email.Thursday, July 7, 2011 6 – 9pm The Beach Club 755 North County Road Palm Beach, FL Tenth Annual Lobsterfest! Spacious, cool indoor location on the OCEAN! Hear the Latest from Honorary Chairman Jeff Atwater, Florida’s Chief Financial Officer, and other Elected Officials and Candidates Menu:
South African Lobster Tails, Chicken, Salads,
Corn on the Cob and Dessert • Cash bar
$80 per person • Casual Attire
Buy your eTickets for the 10th Annual Lobster Fest- Republican Party of Palm Beach County-by clicking this link: https://www.donationtickets.com/donationticket/eventTicket.asp?guidEvent=565756
The Republican Club of the Palm Beaches’ Scholarship was named after a long-standing and active member of our Club, Anne Roberts.
The 2009 recipient, Nicole Vega, from Berean Christian High School, aspired to be a civil engineer. After much mentoring by several Club members, Nicole has changed her studies to major in Communications with a minor in Political Science at Palm Beach State College.
In 2010, one scholarship was awarded to Cindy Morris, mother of 5, in her final year with 3.7 GPA at Palm Beach Atlantic College School of Education with endorsements in special education and English and a second language.
The second 2010 scholarship was awarded to James Shackelford, majoring in accounting at Florida Atlantic University. With his passion for politics, he is active in student government and volunteered for Allen West and Marco Rubio campaigns. After receiving his masters in Finance, James plans to attend law school.
The Anne Roberts Memorial Scholarship is available to any Republican undergraduate or graduate student seeking to further their education. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or above and plan to attend an accredited college. Applicants must be Palm Beach County residents and registered (or pre-registered under 18 yrs. of age) Republicans. Current members may refer applicants for this scholarship. The deadline for this application is May 2.The winner will receive $500 to be sent to the school they will attend. Award will be presented at the monthly luncheon May 25, 2011.