GOP Clermont Central Committee

September 17 CCRCC Meeting Wrap-Up

David_UibleWe held our September Clermont County Republican Central Committee meeting on Wednesday night, September 17th. The central committee meeting schedule was announced through the end of the year. See our events page for the updated schedule.

  • Chairman Uible gave a special thanks to central committee member Charlie Ward for coordinating the Republican booth at the Clermont County Fair. Many new committees have been meeting lately to help move the party forward.
  • The November election is coming soon. Visit clermontelections.org for information about registration, early voting, polling locations, and more.

We heard from several candidates and/or their representatives:

  • John Becker (Ohio House District 65) spoke about the status of legislation on voting as well as the current status of bills to repeal Common Core.
  • Greg Brooks, Brad Wenstrup’s Campaign manager in Clermont County, spoke about the upcoming candidates’ forum sponsored by League of Women Voters. Congressman Wenstrup will be participating and he encouraged people to attend. The forum will be held Tuesday, September 23rd, 7p.m., at Krueger Auditorium, UC Clermont, Batavia, OH. Congressman Wenstrup has opened a new Victory Center located on 5220 Beechmont Ave at the Skytop Plaza. Learn more, get a yard sign, and volunteer by calling 513-746-8171 or email kyle@usabrad.com
  • State Board of Education candidate Ron Rudduck spoke about his campaign and took questions from the committee.
  • Doug Green Representative from Ohio’s 66th House District spoke about his re-election efforts and his work in the state legislature.

Our next Clermont County Republican Central Committee meeting will be held Wednesday, October 15th, 7p.m. at party Headquarters in Batavia.

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June 18 2014 CCRCC Meeting Wrap-Up

June_18_Meeting_Pic_2On Wednesday, June 18th at 7p.m. in Batavia, OH, the Clermont County Republican Party held its first county central committee meeting since reorganization earlier in the month.

A few highlights from the meeting:

  • Please make sure to read over the important party documents on our website. Links are available to documents including: party constitution & by-laws, our endorsement policy, and the “nuts and bolts” of serving on county central committee.
  • At tonight’s meeting we filled many of our open precincts with new appointees. To learn more about potential future openings for appointment, contact us here.
  • Volunteers are needed to walk in the opening day parade and staff our fair booth during the 2014 Clermont County Fair. The parade will take place Sunday, July 20th and the fair runs through Saturday, July 26th. Please contact us here to volunteer at the fair.
  • Our next county central committee meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at the party HQ in Batavia, OH.
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2014 Primary Voter Guide

Here is the 2014 Primary Clermont County Republican Voting Guide for the May 6th primary election.

2014 Clermont County Republican Sample Ballot

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2014 Clermont Lincoln Day Dinner with Senator Rob Portman

Rob PortmanThe Clermont County is pleased to announce that U.S. Senator Rob Portman has agreed to be our special guest at our Lincoln Day Dinner to be held on Friday February 28 at the Holiday Inn Eastgate.  The social hour will start at 6:00 p.m. followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m.  Reservations are $50 and can be made by sending a check to the Clermont County Republican Party P.O. Box 740 Batavia Ohio 45103.  Please indicate the number of people attending along with a meal choice of beef and chicken combo, vegetarian, or non-gluten.

During his time representing the Second District, Rob earned a reputation as a serious leader who focused on results. Rob was actively involved in crafting and promoting the historic welfare reform efforts as a member of the committee that wrote the legislation, and he was a forceful advocate of the balanced budget that passed in 1997.  Rob gained the respect of both Republican and Democratic colleagues through his successful, bipartisan legislative initiatives, including several measures he authored to increase retirement savings, reform the IRS and add over fifty new taxpayer rights, curb unfunded mandates, reduce taxes, and expand drug prevention and land conservation efforts.

In 2005, Rob left Congress when he was asked to serve as the United States Trade Representative, the Cabinet-level official responsible for implementing and enforcing U.S. trade policy. In his one year in the job, Rob was successful in reducing barriers to U.S. exports and increasing enforcement of trade laws to help level the playing field for American farmers, workers and service providers. Under his leadership, American exports increased and the U.S. brought successful legal challenges against international trade law violations.

Following his accomplishments as Trade Representative, Rob was asked to serve in another Cabinet post, this time as Director of the Office of Management and Budget. A deficit hawk, Rob made his mark by proposing a balanced budget, fighting irresponsible earmarks, and putting in place new transparency measures for all federal spending.

Rob succeeded George Voinovich as Ohio’s U.S. Senator on January 5, 2011 and immediately began fighting for pro-growth, pro-jobs policies to help get Ohio and our nation back on track.

The solicitation for funds is being made only by the Clermont County Republican party.  In accordance with Ohio and federal law, Senator Rob Portman is not soliciting contributions from any person or business in conjunction with this event.