Aug 29

Labor Day Parade Walkers Needed

McGregor’s Annual Labor Day Parade – Sept. 2, 2017

“McGregor Strong”

in celebration of Surviving the Tornado

Lineup beginning at 10:00 a.m. behind the MFL MarMac Middle School, McGregor.

The parade steps off at 11:00 am.

Please join us walking in the parade.
If you can’t join us, but will be at the parade remember to encourage walkers who represent Clayton County Republicans.

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Mary Mosiman – State Auditor Fundraising Event

Annual Fundraising Event

Thursday, August 29, 2017

6:00 p.m. – 700 p.m.

Prairie Moon Winery

3801 W 190th Street, Ames, IA

Contributions accepted electronically at www.MaryMosiman.com

Please RSVP by emailing or calling marymosiman2014@gmail.com or 515-203-0058

Aug 13

Lincoln Club Dinner – Monday, August 16, 2017

Clayton County Republicans focus  on a common set of values, a common vision, a common hope and a common desire to elect Republicans. Our mission is to help Republican candidates running for county, state and national offices win  elections.

In the fall, Clayton County Republicans say thank you to the members of  our Lincoln Club at the annual Lincoln Club “Prime Rib” Dinner.

The 2017 Lincoln Club Dinner will be held on
Monday, August 14th in Elkader at
Johnson’s Reception Hall.
Social hour begins at 6:00 p.m.
Meal begins at 6:30 p.m.

Featured speaker: Lt. Col. Andrew Miller of the South Dakota National Guard and retired Marine Aviator

Tickets and memberships for Clayton County Republicans can be purchased online here. 

If you are a current member, please RSVP by calling 563-783-7790 or cciagop@alpinecom.net.

Jun 28

Freedom Versus Liberty

Life in the Legislature
Representative Kristi Hager
House District 56

FREEDOM Versus LIBERTY

July 4th, 1776, the signing of the Declaration of Independence and 241 years later we still celebrate this historic day. I recall the closing comments on SF 489, our Fireworks Bill, given by Rep. Windschitl who spoke of the 4th of July as Freedom, Family Fun and Fireworks. He said the three just go together!

However, to our Founding Fathers, they placed greater value upon Liberty than on Freedom. Thomas Jefferson described liberty in the Declaration of Independence when he wrote that “all men are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.” Liberty, second only to life, is a right endowed by the Creator. It is a part of you, just as are your mind, will, emotions, and spirit. It cannot be revoked. Liberty provided for the protection of an individual’s rights. Freedom is something a government grants and by majority rule can vote someone else’s freedom out of existence; liberty is something we own that a government cannot take away. This is why the American Founders established a constitutional republic and not a democracy. Our constitutional republic is a representative form of government where the authority is not to rest with the elected representatives, but rather the Constitution to which they are subject. Or in the words found in the Jaycee Creed, “Government should be of laws rather than of men.”

Maybe Liberty, Laughter/Lunch, and a Light Show could more aptly describe this upcoming 4th of July celebration

The Fireworks Bill was signed into law in May legalizing the sale and use of consumer fireworks/novelties. As with any legislation of this sort, personal responsibility is a must! Important things related to this new legislation: Sales would be allowed from June 1 or June 13 (depending on the structure) through July 8th and December 10 through January 3rd each year. The time allowed for usage of fireworks is restricted between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. except on July 4th and the Saturday and Sunday hours extended to 11:00 p.m.

The board of supervisors or city council may prohibit or limit the used of consumer fireworks if they determine that the use constitutes a threat to public safety, private property, or if it would be a nuisance to neighboring landowners. Fireworks may only be sold or purchased by a person eighteen years and older.

A listing of some bills going into effect July 1:

HF565: School District Flexibility Fund, allows for transfer of unused funds from various sources into a “flex” fund to be used to enhance local programs and educational opportunities

SF 234: Texting and Driving, becomes a primary offense allowing an officer to stop or detain solely for texting with the exception of ability to use phone for GPS. Fine is $30.

SF444: 24/7 Sobriety and Distracted Driving, makes our roads safer by addressing impaired driving.

HF296: Synthetic Drugs, makes it easier to prosecute those who create and sell synthetic drugs

HF410: Palmer Amaranth, places this plan on the noxious weed list and prohibits the import, sale or distribution in Iowa. This plant crowds out soybeans, corn, and cotton.

And of course, HF464, Crossing of State Highways by ATV/UTV’s.

A more detailed list of laws can be found at www.iowahouserepublicans.com

Please feel free to contact me at kristi.hager@legis.iowa.gov or call 563-568-1084.

Have a safe and fun 4th,

Kristi

Jun 17

Join President Donald J. Trump for a rally in Cedar Rapids!

Join President Donald J. Trump for a rally in Cedar Rapids!
Wednesday, June 21st
7:00 PM
(doors open at 4 PM)
U.S. Cellular Center
370 1st Avenue NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401

Please limit personal items and arrive early to expedite entrance into the venue – please note, NO homemade signs, banners, professional cameras with detachable lens, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, back packs or large bags will be permitted into the venue.

Get your tickets here:  https://www.donaldjtrump.com/rallies/cedar-rapids-ia   All tickets are subject to first come first serve basis.

Merchandise will be sold at this event. Or you may purchase online at:https://shop.donaldjtrump.com/

May 29

Governor Reynolds Inaugural Celebration

Please join the Republican Party of Iowa as we host an Inaugural Celebration in honor of the 43rd Governor of Iowa, Kim Reynolds, Iowa’s first female Governor.

We are honored to be hosting this historic celebration on Friday, June 2, 2017.

Purchase your tickets here. 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Attire is black tie optional.
Hors d’ourves will be served and a cash bar will be available for guests.

If you have any questions, please call Laura Steven at the Republican Party of Iowa (515-282-8015) or email her at laura@iowagop.org.

No taxpayer money is being used to host this event or to send this email. Paid for by the Republican Party of Iowa, and not authroized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. 

Nov 07

Clayton County Republican Election Night Party – November 8, 2016

Election Night Party

All Clayton County Republicans are invited to join us as we watch the election results on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 beginning at 8:00 p.m.

Sep 17

Governor Pence Visits Dubuque Monday, September 19th

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Doors open at 4:00 p.m. Event starts at 7:00 p.m.

Giese Sheet Metal, 7025 Chavanelle Road, Dubuque

Register at here, No charge to go, but we need to know how many will attend.

Sep 10

Fundraiser for Senator Mike Breitbach

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Please support Mike as he is trying to retain his seat in the Iowa Senate. You will have an opportunity to talk to Mike and Bill about what is happening at the State level.

Click here for registration, please complete and mail as soon as possible.

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102 Republicans Attend 2016 Lincoln Club Dinner

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