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March 4th, 2019 - Monthly Meeting w/ Sheriff Morris on I-1639

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DCR Regular Monthly Meeting on March 4th (Monday), 2019 @ 7:00pm

Address: 377 Eastmont Ave, East Wenatchee, WA

Guest: Douglas County Sheriff Morris
Topic: Discussion on I-1639 (Gun Control) w/ Q&A from public.

Note: After guest, we will have our normal meeting covering various topics. Please spread the word and make our monthly meetings & events. We need your input and feedback. The Douglas County Republicans are the premiere political organization that is supporting republicans and conservative ideas in our wonderful county.

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Douglas County Sheriff Kevin Morris releases statement on I-1639

Written by Douglas County Republicans on . Posted in News

The statement reads as followed:


"In response to the numerous requests for comment by the media and citizens of Douglas County see the following; I understand the multitude of concerns, questions, and uncertainties raised by the recently passed initiative, I-1639, which alters the existing gun laws throughout Washington State. As the Sheriff of Douglas County, my highest priority is protecting our community and safeguarding the rights of all residents I was elected to represent. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has a proud tradition of common sense policing, a perspective we will continue to apply in our operations as it relates to I-1639.

As Sheriff, I believe strongly in the rules, laws, and constitutions of our State and Nation. These rights form the bedrock of our great Country. Initiative 1639 is currently being challenged through the formal legal process. While the Courts work to determine the legality of the law, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will continue their work as they always have. We believe in creating enforcement priorities to ensure that we address the most serious problems affecting our residents. We are committed to addressing the opioid epidemic, mental health concerns, and violent crimes, all of which are serious concerns for our strong community.

On Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Douglas County voters elected me to this distinguished post, placing in me their confidences and support. It is now that I ask you to continue to trust me and the distinguished deputies of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to work tirelessly in protecting your safety and rights. Our first priority is now, and will continue to be, protecting the citizens of Douglas County.

Respectfully,

Sheriff Kevin Morris"

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Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Written by Douglas County Republicans on . Posted in DCRCC News

As we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we commit to continue his pursuit of equality, peace, and respect towards one another. These qualities highlight the best of America, because when we are compassionate and treat our neighbors with dignity, we are at our best.
Respectfully,



Caleb Hemlich 
Chairman
Washington State Republican Party

An important messsage from the Douglas County Republicans and Washington State Republican Party.  Uphold Dr. King's message of unity as Americans to make the United States a better place that supports our best self and ideals.

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Douglas County Republicans Next Meeting: July 6th, 2020 @7pm

Written by Douglas County Republicans on . Posted in DCRCC News

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Trump Signs:  More Information

Next Meeting:  July 6th, 2020 (Monday)

Start Time:  7:00pm (On Zoom Video Conference)

Speakers: 

Candidate Keith Swank (for 8th Congressional Dist.)

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Bio: My name is Keith Swank. I am a United States Army Airborne Infantry veteran, and a thirty-year veteran Police Commander.
I am running for the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington's Congressional District 8.

Candidate Maia Espinoza (for Superintendent for Public Instruction)

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Bio:  Maia is an entrepreneur, school music teacher, youth soccer coach, community liaison, wife, and mother of two children. Maia served on the Race and Ethnicity Student Data task force at OSPI as part of the Opportunity Gap Oversight Committee and was Legislative Liaison to the Governor’s Commission on Hispanic Affairs, is a member of the Catholic Daughters Association and a core member of Coffee Oasis homeless youth center.  She shows strong dedicate to her community and education.

Primary Season

It is that time of year and what a year it has been.  We will be doing a bunch of primary Townhalls on Zoom in the month of July.  We are reaching out to as many republican candidates we can find so they can tell you why they are running and give you a chance to ask questions. Each speaker will be doing a discussion, after they have concluded, we will have a moderated Q&A session.  Please be respectful and courtesty to our speaker's time.

Meeting Information:

Date:  1st Monday of the Month

Time:  7pm (approx. 1hr.)

Location:  Zoom Video Conference (Until temporary regulation relent) 

Zoom Invite:  Email dcrccemail [at] gmail [dot] com for invite instructions

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Douglas County 2018 Election Results

Written by Douglas County Republicans on . Posted in Legislative News

First off, we want to thank all our volunteers for their hardwork that helped all our Republican candidates in keeping Republican values in Douglas County.  

November 6th, 2018 Election Results

Number of Precincts: 47
Number of Registered Voters: 21,969
Ballots Received: 15,199
Voter Turnout: 69.18%  (12.07% increased over 2014)

Federal Races:

    Susan Hutchison - 63.83% 

    Maria Cantwell - 36.17% *

Congressional Races:

District #4

    Dan Newhouse - 69.44% *

    Christine Brown - 30.56%

District #8

    Dino Rossi - 59.29%

    Kim Schrier - 40.71% *

Legislative Races:

District  #12 Position #1

    Keith Goehner - 61.05% *

    Ann Diamond - 38.95%

District  #12 Position #2

    Mike Steele - 69.24% *

    Valerie Sarratt - 30.76%

County Races:

County Commissioner #3

    Marc Straub - 64.80% *

    Norman Tupling - 35.20%

Sheriff

    Kevin Morris - 65.81% *

    Leeon Leyde - 34.19%

County Assessor

    Jim Ruud - unopposed

County Auditor

    Thad Duvall - unopposed

County Clerk

    Tristen Worthen - unopposed

Prosecuting Attorney

    Gordon Edgar - unopposed

Treasurer 

    Natalie Marx - unopposed

District Court Judge

    Eric Biggar - 69.84% *

    Robert Hunter - 30.16%

Judicial Races:

Supreme Court Position #2

    Susan Owens - unopposed

Supreme Court Position #8

    Nathan Choi - 41.19%

    Steve Gonzalez - 58.81% *

Supreme Court Position #9

    Sheryl McCloud - unopposed

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* -- election winner