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The Annual 4th of July Parade has returned to Camp Point, Illinois. The Parade will be held on July 3, 2016 at 6:00 pm. We will line up at 5:00 pm in Bailey Park. We invite you to join us to walk with your Republican Candidates. All Republicans are welcome to join us. Mike Nall, Precinct Committeeman in Camp Point is the Parade Coordinator. We will have Republican Party handouts to provide you. So join us for a bang up 4th in Camp Point!! Don’t forget that there will be activities in the park on the 4th and fireworks in the evening in Camp Point.

 

HINKAMPER FOR COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2 FUNDRAISER

On June 18, 2016, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

HINKAMPER FOR COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT 2 FUNDRAISER

SUNDAY – JUNE 26, 2016
4:00 TO 6:00 PM

TWIN OAKS CLUB
2707 BONANSINGA DRIVE
QUINCY IL
Join us as we gather to show support for Ryan’s Campaign in District 2. The Fundraiser will be a free will offering.

The bill of fare will include: Ham and Cheese Sliders, Strawberry Salad, Nachos and a variety of desserts.

Ryan will give a short talk about himself and what he plans to do as a County Board Member. We have opposition in this race so we will need all the help we can get. See you then!

 

JOIN ILLINOIS LAWSUIT ABUSE WATCH AND STATE REP. RANDY FRESE FOR A LUNCH EVENT IN QUINCY

Noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, The Pier Restaurant, Quincy

Illinois’s civil justice system is working more for personal injury lawyers than it is for hard-working Illinoisans. Personal injury lawyers are gaming the system so that they win and the rest of us lose out, as these lawsuits reduce the number of jobs in the economy.

But now we have a real chance to enact common sense lawsuit reforms introduced by Governor Rauner that will stop lawsuit fraud, remove the lawsuit target from the backs from small businesses and put money back in consumers’ pockets.

Illinois Lawsuit Abuse Watch (I-LAW) and State Representative Randy Frese will be holding a lunch event in Quincy at the Pier Restaurant. The event will focus on the latest efforts to enact Governor Bruce Rauner’s lawsuit reforms and some information on the impact of personal injury lawyer advertising on healthcare decisions.

Lunch will also be provided to all participants. Come join I-LAW and Rep. Randy Frese for a free luncheon from noon – 1 pm on Wed. April 27 at the Pier Restaurant, located at 401 Bonansinga Dr in Quincy.

If you have questions, please contact I-LAW executive Director Travis Akin at takin@ILLawsuitAbuseWatch.org or call 618-303-1108.

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Women’s Republican Club Meeting

On April 13, 2016, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

Women’s Republican Club Meeting
Friday April 22, 2016
12:15 PM
Quincy Senior
639 York, Quincy
Cost- $8.00

 

Lincoln/Reagan Day Advertising

On February 5, 2016, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

Lincoln/Reagan Day is our largest fundraiser of the year. Funds raised by our local party are used to support the election of our local candidates. One great way to support our Party is to advertize in the Lincoln/Reagan Day Booklet. We have 2 types of listings, Business AD, or a Patron Listing on the Patron Page, where your name will be listed with other Patrons supporting the Party.
A Patron listing is $20. You can take out a Patron listing by contacting Ryan Schnack by email at rschnack@adams.net or call him at 217-224-4000 ex. 3.
Business Ads are $50 for a business card (1/8 page); $85 for a ¼ page; $160 for a ½ page; and $300 for a full page ad. For a Business Ad contact Laura Donahue by email at lkd@reagan.com or call her at 217-224-0828 or 217-257-7740.
Please submit your ad by Feb.17th. Thank you for supporting your local party.

 

Lincoln Reagan Dinner 2016

On January 27, 2016, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

L-R Invite 2016Lincoln/Reagan Luncheon

Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016
12:00 pm Social 12:45 pm Luncheon
Quincy Senior & Family Resource Center
639 York Street, Quincy, IL

Program:
US Representative
Darin LaHood
&
Meet our Candidates!

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return this portion

Yes! ______ Check enclosed $30 per person

No! _______ But wish to contribute $________

Mail check to: ACRCC P.O. Box 895, Quincy, IL 62306

It’s important that you let us know if you are attending.
Please RSVP by February 15, 2016
Questions: call Martha Adrian – (217)222-2084
Email-adamscountylincolnreagan@yahoo.com

 

Candidate Forum

On January 13, 2016, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

On January 21, 2016 the Adams County Republican Central Committee will host a local candidate forum for Republican candidates in the March 15, 2016 Primary Election. The event will be held at the Holiday Inn in Quincy. All Republican Candidates running for office in the March primary have been invited to attend and participate in the Forum.

The following Candidates have indicated they will attend:

Candidate for Illinois State Senate Jil Tracy

Illinois State Representative Randy Frese

Regional Superintendent of Schools Jill Reis

Adams County Circuit Judge Scott Larson

Candidates for Adams County States Attorney Jennifer Cifaldi and Gary Farha

Adams County Coroner James Keller

Adams County Board Candidates Candidates

Candidates for Republican Precinct Committeemen

There will be a social hour at 6:00 p. m., with the program to start at 6:45 p.m.

The program will include the introduction of candidates in non-contested races with short remarks.

As part of the program question and answer session is scheduled with Candidates for primary Adams County States Attorney.

The candidates will appear on stage at separate times, the order of appearance will be determined by a coin toss. The Candidates will be timed by official timekeepers and given notice of time remaining for each question. All applause should be held until a Candidate has completed his segment.

Process:

1) Questions have been compiled by a Committee of the Republican Party based upon ideas submitted by our members.

2) All questions will be asked by the moderator, each candidate will be asked the same questions, in the same order.

3) Candidates will be on stage separately so that the attendees will have an opportunity to get to know each candidate and have their questions answered. During the time that a candidate is on stage, the other candidate will be out of the room.

4) Each Candidate will have two minutes to address the audience with an opening statement regarding their background, qualifications and position on the issues.

5) Each Candidate will have twenty minutes to answer the questions put to them by the moderator; each candidate will answer the same questions and answers will be limited to 90 seconds each.

6) Each Candidate will have two minutes for a closing statement.

7) Each Candidate will be allowed to record the forum from a designated position. No one else, including the media will be allowed to film. Video for file tape permitted.

8) Each campaign, including non-contested races, will have a table in the hallway outside the auditorium for campaign material and volunteer sign up.

Light Refreshments will be served

 

Jil Tracy Meet & Greet

On November 4, 2015, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

Please Join Us
Thursday November 12
5:00 to 7:30 PM
Martinis at 515
515 Maine St, Quincy
$25 a person

 

VETERANS PARADE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015

On October 30, 2015, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

VETERANS PARADE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015  DOWNTOWN QUINCY

The purpose of Saturday’s Parade in downtown Quincy and at the Illinois Veterans Home is to honor not only those who currently serve in our military, but also honor those who served and fought to preserve what we have – the greatest nation on earth. The Cemetery’s of Adams County contain the remains of men and women who fought in all of our wars, including the War for Independence. Come join us to honor them.

Please join the Adams County Republican Party as we Honor our Veterans on Saturday, November 7th, 2015. We will start lining-up at 8:30 a.m. and the Parade will start at 10:00 a.m. and we need to be at our position, located between 12th and 20th on Maine Street, by no later than 9:30 a.m. Please enter Maine at 24th. At 20th and Maine there will Parade Marshal’s to guide you to our assigned number in the Parade.

If you are an elected official and intend to place a vehicle in the Parade with your name and office on it please let me know asap.

We are not permitted to promote candidates or issues during the Parade. Wear your Republican shirts or a shirt identifying your office. It cannot say “Vote For” or anything of that nature.

We will be passing out candy any non-political items, you may hand out candy to the kids, please do not throw candy during the parade.

We will also be going to the Veteran’s Home for a small parade that is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m. for those Veterans who cannot attend the morning Parade. In the past the Veterans at the Home have really appreciated our visit.

 

Quincy Mayor and Aldermen to Hold Town Hall Meeting

On October 28, 2015, in Uncategorized, by JimB-Treasurer

Mayor and Aldermen to Hold Town Hall Meeting

Mayor and Aldermen to hold Town Hall Meeting
WHEN: November 3 at 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: at Quincy University

Mayor Kyle A. Moore, Alderman Dave Bauer and Alderman Jeff Bergman will hold a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 5:30 PM-6:30 PM at Quincy University’s Hall of Fame Room in the Gym/Annex in Quincy, IL. Light refreshments will be served. All citizens of Quincy are invited and welcome to attend!

The Mayor will provide a brief update on his last 6 months in office and then there will be a question and answer period that will provide attendees the opportunity to ask the Mayor and Aldermen questions. Microphones will be provided so that all in attendance can hear.

“Town Halls have become an important tool for me to have ongoing conversations with constituents about the challenges and opportunities facing the city. These conversations allow residents from every neighborhood in the City to have their voice heard. The 2nd Ward Aldermen have graciously agreed to host the event, and I know the Aldermen and I look forward to hearing from as many residents as possible,” stated Mayor Moore.

For special seating arrangements, interviews or appointments, please call Executive Assistant, Vicki Ebbing, at 217-228-4545.


Best Regards,

Kyle
217-316-6548
kyleamoore2009@gmail.com