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The Republican convention officially began on Monday, July 18, 2016, and the speakers were fantastic. I’ve included links to each of the speeches as they were all so incredibly powerful and informative. Be sure to scroll down to see the “Special Surprise” !! Nancy
I wouldn’t mess with this Secret Service guy if I were you !
Senator Ron Johnson
House Majority Leader – Kevin McCarthy
Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ******** ( be sure to watch this !)
Donald Trump, Jr.
The following photos are from the Spring Board Meeting of the National Federation of Republican Women in New Orleans, March 15 – 17, 2012. Republican women from clubs all over the country who attended this meeting were treated to wonderful speakers and very informative workshops. One of our workshop speakers, Anita Moncrief, is a former dedicated Democrat who worked for ACORN. When she discovered the corruption in ACORN, she became a political activist trying to get the truth out about this organization. In the weeks ahead, I will be giving more information about Anita as she is now a blogger and has her own website.
Since this three-day meeting coincided with St Patrick’s Day on the 17th, I’ve included photos of the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the French Quarter which as you will see, was a lot of fun. Hope you enjoy the photos and join us for our next Federation meeting which will be in Louisville, Kentucky in September, 2012. Nancy
Our North Carolina ladies – from the left, seated, Cornelia Croce, Zan Bunn, Pat Bryan, back row, left, Martha Jenkins, Nancy Clark, Brenda Formo, Dena Barnes and Valerie White
JOIN US FOR THE FEDERATION’S NEXT MEETING IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY IN SEPTEMBER 2012 !
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN’S CONVENTION IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, ON SEPT 30 – OCT 2, 2011Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
Sandye Kading of Rapid City, South Dakota and Susan Pisani of Spearfish, South Dakota
VIDEO – HERMAN CAIN SPEAKING AT THE FEDERATION OF REPUBLICN WOMEN’S CONVENTION IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURISunday, October 2nd, 2011
OCTOBER 1, 2011 PART 1
|“Do as I say, not as I do.”|
|As you may know, the Voter ID bill (Restore Confidence in Government – HB351) was vetoed by Governor Perdue and the vote on July 26th to override her veto failed 67 to 52. All Democrats voted against the measure and all Republicans voted for it, except House Majority Leader Paul Stam, who voted against the bill. He voted with the prevailing side so the bill can be brought up again for a vote. Four Democrat votes were needed to attain 72 votes for the override however the bill is still “alive” thanks to Republican Leader Stam.
What event might sway the Democrats to vote for the override?