The Story County Republicans will be participating in the Lincoln Highway Days Parade on Saturday, August 23rd in Nevada. We will have a float very similar to what we used in the Ames 4th of July parade. We need lots of people to show up and help make a great showing again. Please make every effort to attend – whether it’s tossing candy, handing out candidate material, carrying our large candidate stake signs, or simply wearing a candidate’s t-shirt and waving to the crowd, every little bit helps.
The parade begins at 10:00 AM, with line-up at 9:00 AM. We need volunteers to arrive by 8:30 AM in order to help setup the float if possible. We will be meeting and lining up on the south side of the old Donnelly building (between 12th and 15th St. and M Avenue) in Nevada.
Click here for a map of the staging area
Everyone loves a parade, so please join us!!
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley will be the featured guest at an upcoming fundraiser for the State Senate campaign of Jeremy Davis. The fundraiser will be held on Wednesday, September 3rd from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the home of Lee and Sherry Sargent, 4300 Timber Ridge Drive, in Ames.
The suggested individual donation is $50. Please RSVP by August 28th by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Story County Treasurer Renee Twedt will be hosting a house party with Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds in attendance from 5:30 to 7:30 on Wednesday night, August 13. The reception will take place at the Winkleblack Home, located at 5854 Oakcrest Circle in Ames. The individual price to attend is $50. If you have any questions or would like to RSVP, please email Renee at email@example.com.
Congressman Steve King will be hosting a town hall meeting this morning (August 12) in Ames. The meeting will begin at 11 am and will be held at the Somerset Clubhouse, located at 2400 Aspen Road in Ames.
If you were a delegate or alternate delegate for the 2014 Story County Republican Convention, you will be getting one of these in the mail soon. We will be reconvening our County Convention on Monday, August 18th at 6:30 PM at the Oakwood Road Community Center, 2400 Oakwood Road in Ames, in order to elect a second candidate for Story County Board of Supervisors. Please make plans to attend.
Call to Convention postcard
The next meeting of the Story County Republican Central Committee will be held Monday, August 18 at 7:00 PM at the Oakwood Road Community Center, located at 2400 Oakwood Road in Ames.
Join Congressman Steve King on Saturday, August 9th at 9:00 AM for the Grand Opening of the 2014 Ames Victory Office. Come meet Tim Bohl, our 2014 Victory Field Director in Ames. Refreshments will be provided, and afterwards, there will be opportunities to generate momentum for the GOP ticket as the 2014 Get Out the Vote effort begins.
The Ames Victory Office is located at 2519 Chamberlain St., Suite 103 in Ames.
Hope to see you there!!
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Our August 2014 newsletter is now available on our website. Included is a call for volunteers for the Iowa State Fair Parade and for the Republican Party of Iowa’s booth at the State Fair, as well as information about our upcoming Judge Joseph Story Dinner, featuring Texas Governor Rick Perry. See our newsletter for more details, and as always, please share our newsletter with your friends.
This Thursday’s Ames Area Conservative Breakfast has been CANCELLED.
Please join the Ames Area Conservative Breakfast next month on Thursday, September 4th at 7:00 AM, featuring special guests Rick Sanders and Paul Toot.
Please join us at the Ames Area Conservative Breakfast this Thursday, August 7th from 7:00 – 8:15 AM. The special guest speaker will be Tamara Scott, Iowa’s Republican National Committee Woman and State Director for Concerned Women for America. Tamara has worked with the Iowa Attorney General’s office and the Iowa Legislature to strengthen Iowa’s anti-pornography laws. She is the host of a program on WebcastOneLive.com that airs every Wednesday at 10:00 AM.
Tamara is quite knowledgeable about Common Core, and has led a number of discussions on the impacts on Iowa from the Common Core State Standards. What is the difference between Common Core and Iowa Core? Who does Common Core really benefit? How do the testing assessments effect teachers? What is the elephant in the room? This is not divided along party lines, so please join us as we learn more.
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