College Republicans Invite the General to NCMC

The North Central Michigan College Republicans are hosting a meet-and-greet on Tuesday, October 30 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm at the Conference Room 4 which is located in the Student Center. Special guest: Congressman Jack Bergman, MI-01; free food, beverages, and conservative paraphernalia will be offered. Register here if you’d like to attend this fun and informative event.

 


One Day: James Campaigning in the North

RSVP here if you are interested in attending one of these tour stops.


On a Cloudy Day, Patriots Shine in Petoskey



Taking a Stand For the Electoral College


Rally With Us!

Note: There will be a tailgate party at Birchwood Farms, 600 Birchwood Dr., Harbor Springs, from 3 pm to 5 pm after the rally. Special guest: Congressman Jack Bergman!

 


And the election is on November 6th

Voters in Emmet County are invited to a Candidate Forum on October 10th at the Iron Horse Cafe at North Central Michigan College.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. for a Meet and Greet with the candidates; the moderated forum will begin at 7:00 p.m.

Invitations have been sent to candidates Jim Page and Wayne Schmidt in Michigan’s 37th State Senate race, as well as Triston Cole and Melissa Fruge of the 105th, and Lee Chatfield and Joanne Galloway of the 107th State House races. Event organizers have also invited Jack Bergman and Matt Morgan, candidates for the Michigan first congressional district race.

Co-hosts for this event include the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce, North Central Michigan College, and Petoskey News-Review.


Open House Invite: Bring a Friend or Two


Working the Gun Show

The Harbor Springs Outdoors Club gun show is being held at the Emmet County Fairgrounds Community building in Petoskey this weekend. ECRP has a candidates’ table that is situated in the foyer, and all gun show attendees have to pass by it when they enter the building.

Precinct Delegate Robert Igielski is manning the table.

Do stop by, grab a yard sign, and say “hey” to Robert.

And if you can’t make it today, come by tomorrow … we’ll be there from 9 am to 5 pm.

#TrumpTaxCuts

#ResultsNotResistance #November6th 

#KeepMIRed  #RedWave


Debate: Tribal Reservation Size, Jurisdiction

Gov. Snyder

Our erudite conservative columnist, Dr. Lou Zako weighs in on a relevant topic with a historical angle – the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians v. Michigan Republican Governor Rick Snyder lawsuit.

The lawsuit, which deals largely with the validity of a 19th century treaty, was filed several years ago. As the Petoskey News-Review has reported: “By asking a federal court to affirm its reservation boundaries, the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians looks to clarify that it holds jurisdiction in a 337-square-mile swath of Northern Michigan. For other entities with stakes in the area, though, the scope of that jurisdiction remains a source of uncertainty. Some intervening parties have voiced worries about the boundary affirmation’s possible impacts for the tribe’s neighbors.

The case, filed against Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder in 2015 in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids, will determine whether borders of the Odawa tribe’s reservation set by an 1855 treaty are still considered valid. The territory in question includes roughly the western two-thirds of Emmet County, portions of northern Charlevoix County and Garden and Hog islands in northern Lake Michigan.”

In his column, Dr. Zako notes how Emmet County and its various municipalities, villages, and townships could be impacted: “There is a concern that if the LTBB is successful in its suit, it will have ultimate authority over all the involved land area in zoning, taxation, and even criminal and civil judicial matters for both Indians and non-Indians.”

Read his interesting take on this ongoing litigation.


Attend! Family Night on the Farm


  • ECRP Meetings/GOP Events

    -The ECRP executive committee will meet on Feb. 7, 2019 @ 6:15 pm at the Northern Lights Recreation conference room. Agenda items: logo and membership fees. Note: Due to an incoming winter storm, this meeting has been cancelled.

    -The Emmet County Republican Party will host its first General Meeting of 2019 on Jan. 7, @ 6 p.m. at the Northern Lights Recreation conference room.

    - Visit our Victory Center which is located across from the Bay View golf club. Current hours of operation: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 11-5; Wed. 11-7; Sat. 11-3; Sunday closed. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Janet at 231-330-4800.

    -The Emmet County Republican Party will host a General Meeting on April 30, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Northern Lights Recreation Center conference room. Commissioner John Stakoe and Activist Scott Smith will be speaking on the topic of public transit in Emmet County.

    - The first ECRP General Meeting of 2018 will take place on Jan. 22 at 7:00 pm at the Northern Lights Recreation Center. A program on child trafficking will be presented.

    - The Emmet County Republican Party will host a General Meeting on October 30th at 7:00 pm at the Northern Lights Recreation Center conference room in Harbor Springs. Petoskey School Superintendent John Scholten will be speaking about the upcoming education millage.

    - The Emmet County Republican Party will host a General Meeting on August 28th at 7:00 pm at the Northern Lights Recreation Center conference room. KC McAlpin, Little Traverse Township precinct delegate, will be speaking about immigration reform.

    - ECRP Executive meeting, Monday, July 19, 2017, 6:00 - 6:50 pm, @Northern Lights Recreation Center

    - Emmet County Republican Party monthly meeting, Wed. April 12, 7pm @ Northern Lights Recreation Center; Speaker: County Commissioner Charlie MacInnis

    - Emmet County Republican Party meeting, Monday, March 13; 7pm at Northern Lights Recreation Center

    - March 4, 2017, Pro-Trump flashmob in Petoskey at 200 E. Lake Street from noon to 2 pm.

    February 10-11, 2017 MI GOP State Convention in Lansing

    - February 2017: NO GENERAL MEETING of ECRP or of the Executive Board

    - January 9, 2017: Jesse Osmer, Speaker
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