Representative Rick Roth on the Legislative Session

The Florida Legislative session has just ended, and at our May meeting Representative Rick Roth, Florida House District 85, gave our members a helpful report on the new bills and issues. Roth served on five committees, including Commerce, Pre-K (Education) Quality, and Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations. He explained that it was in committees that bad legislation could be stopped much more easily than on the floor of the House.... [Read More...]

Florida Legislative Session with Representative Rick Roth

Please Join us on Wednesday, May 24, for Rick Roth Florida District 85 Representative Rick will give us a synopsis of the recently concluded Legislative Session in Tallahassee: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 Program Noon - 1PM, Buffet starts at 11:30AM Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center Palm Beach Airport 1301 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33405 $25/Members $30/Guests Pay at the door. Make sure you submit your RSVP in... [Read More...]

WJNO’s Brian Mudd to Highlight April Meeting

Please Join us on Wednesday, April 26, for Brian Mudd Host of WJNO's "Morning Rush" Brian will explore: "Can Republicans Learn how to Govern? The Art of Political Persuasion - Advancing Republican values rather than defending them... Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Program Noon - 1PM, Buffet starts at 11:30AM Holiday Inn Hotel and Conference Center Palm Beach Airport 1301 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33405 $25/Members $30/Guests Pay... [Read More...]

Sid Dinerstein Talks about the Trump Victory

"Black People Vote on Sunday!" - with this thought, former county GOP Chairman Sid Dinerstein laid out for us all the clues that were readily available to predict the election of Donald Trump. Describing a conversation he had with his daughter in New Hampshire on November 7, the night before the election, Sid gave us some insights into the demographics of 2016 and how it differed from when Obama was running. While at the time he wasn't sure... [Read More...]

An Analysis of the 2017 PBG Council Election

The March 14 municipal elections in Palm Beach Gardens yielded a pair of winners - Dr. Mark Marciano in Group 1 and Matthew Lane in Group 3. No candidate got a majority in the four way race in Group 5, so Rachelle Litt and Joe Russo will meet in a runoff on 3/28. Go to article→

Good turnout for PBG Election

Congratulations to the winner in Group 1, Dr. Mark Marciano, who dominated the race with 66% of the vote over challenger Michael Paolercio, and in Group 3 to Matthew Lane who topped 50% in a three way race by 13 votes to avoid a runoff. The Group 5 race moves to a runoff between Rachelle Litt and Joe Russo who captured 37% and 34% respectively in the 4 way race. Go to article→

Apply Now for the 2017 Ann Roberts Scholarship

The Republican Club of the Palm Beaches’ Scholarship was named after a long-standing and active member of our Club, Anne Roberts. Anne Roberts Anne Roberts, a petite but strong and dedicated Republican, was born in Virginia in 1920. She lived and worked in Maryland until 1954, and then moved to Palm Beach County. Interestingly, this was the year after our Club was chartered. While working as an R.N. for 50 year, she and her husband served... [Read More...]

PBG Candidate Forum Video

On February 28, PBG Watch, along with the Palm Beach County Tea Party, the Republican Club of the Northern Palm Beaches, the Republican Club of the Palm Beaches, and the North County Democratic Club hosted a candidate forum for the City Council election.  Go to article→

Municipal Candidates at February Lunch

February's lunch featured PBC GOP Executive Director Ryan Hnatiuk in support of the Republican candidates this March at the city and town level. Municipal elected officials are the key to keeping Florida a "red state" - it is the farm team for filling spots at higher levels. Just next year for example, district 4 County Commissioner Steven Abrams and FH89 Representative Bill Hager are both term limited and both districts will be challenging... [Read More...]

RCPB Co-hosts Palm Beach Gardens Candidate Forum 2/28

Join us for an evening of in-depth discussion of city issues with the candidates for the March 14th election in Groups 1, 3 and 5 at the Gardens Branch of the County Library. With nine candidates vying for three open seats this year, it should be a lively discussion.  Go to article→

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