Never Forget 9/11/01

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Action Alert: Proposed IRS Account Monitoring Plan

Congress is expected to take up budget-reconciliation legislation this week.  Below is a Facebook post from Citizens National Bank from 9/10/21 regarding this legislation.

We care about you, your finances, and your account, so we want to inform you about proposed legislation which will affect your financial privacy.
If passed, the proposal would require financial institutions to report a larger range of information about your account to the IRS.
This new reporting plan could force banks to report the inflows and outflows on all personal and business accounts with a balance of $600 or more. We would not have a choice in reporting this information to the IRS.
Join us in telling Congress that the proposed IRS bank account profiling is an unacceptable invasion of privacy for you, our customer.
Contact your lawmakers today and express your opposition to any new IRS reporting here:…/michigan…/
Take action today!
Time is of the essence for your voice to be heard in Washington.



Happy Fourth of July!

The ECRP proudly participated/marched in not one, two, three … but four holiday parades! A photo of  our banner girl – Ashley Richardson – from the Petoskey parade. Another photo of two flag wavers. The other celebrations were held in Alanson, Carp Lake, and Harbor Springs. Great weather, btw.



GOP Sec. of State Candidate Will Visit Harbor Springs

Save Line 5, and Save Good Jobs!

John Damoose Hosts Office Hour in Harbor Springs

State Representative John Damoose's photo.
Rep. John Damoose – representative of the 107th District in the Michigan House – has scheduled district office hours for the month of May. The Emmet County meeting will be conducted in person at the Harbor Springs City Hall, Chamber Room on May 10th from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm. Address: 160 Zoll Street, Harbor Springs.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, each constituent will be given one-on-one, individual time with Rep. Damoose to ask questions and discuss issues.

Sen. Scott: U.S. Not a Racist Country

Watch South Carolina Senator Tim Scott deliver the Republican rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s address to Congress last night.

Here’s to a Glorious Easter!

State Senator Wayne Schmidt Visits Emmet County

At the invite of the Northern Michigan Women’s Republican Club, State Senator Wayne Schmidt, who represents MI’s 37th District, spoke to the group and fielded excellent questions. He was asked about Elliott-Larsen expansions, mask mandates, GOP gubernatorial candidates, and election reform.

Sen. Schmidt mentioned the 39 election reform bills that MI GOP senators have recently filed.

A good time was had by all; thanks to Vernales restaurant for a delicious lunch!

Photo: Senator Schmidt, R-Traverse City, with his aide-de-camp, Tony Cutler of Boyne City


Action Alert: House to Vote on Amnesty Bills in Coming Days!

From the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR):

As the Biden Border Crisis rages, the House is scheduled to vote on two MASSIVE amnesty bills this week!

Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats are clearly not getting the message. So let’s remind them:

Now is not the time for any bill that does not address the concerns of the American people, especially not an amnesty which will only make the crisis worse. 

We need to stop these amnesty bills dead in their tracks. That is why I am asking you to please take action now and contact your representative!

Here is what to do:

  1. Click the take action button (link below) and follow the steps to send a message to your elected official telling them to VOTE NO on the two amnesty bills slated for consideration this week: H.R. 6 – American Dream and Promise Act and H.R. 1603 – Farm Workforce Modernization Act.
  2. Share the “Take Action” link with your friends and family members on social media or through email so that they can make their voices heard as well.
It is up to us to take a stand against these “America Last” proposals. If you have a few minutes, please take action now.

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