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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 have a new monthly meeting location & time!

Written by Douglas County Republicans on . Posted in DCRCC News

Major Announcement:  We are pleased to announce that starting at our next meeting on February 4th, the Douglas County Republicans will be meeting at a new location for our monthly meeting.  Our monthly meetings will now take place at the Douglas County Fire District No. 2 in East Wenatchee.  The start time will also be pushed back an hour to 7pm.   We are meeting in the training room with the entrance in the back of the building.  There is convenient parking and the meetings are fully wheelchair accessible.  

Meeting Information:

Date:  1st Monday of the Month

Time:  7pm (approx. 1hr.)

Address:

Douglas County Fire District No. 2  (Training Room)

377 Eastmont Ave,  East Wenatchee WA 98802

 

Douglas County Republican Central Committee

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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

 

 

 

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Ballots have arrived for 2018

Written by Douglas County Republicans on . Posted in DCRCC News

Ballots should have arrived in all residents in Douglas County for the 2018 election cycle.   You should have also gotten our election guide to the officially endorsed candidate in the mail on Friday.   Please make sure to get your ballots in before November 6th, 2018.  All ballots have pre-paid postage.  If you drop off your ballot at a official drop box, the county will not be charged for the postage.   

Please strongly consider voting for Republicans in this election.   Washington state is much more purple than blue and we need to show it will high turnout and more elected Republicans.  

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[Watch] 2018 NCW Candidates Forum Video

Written by Lauren J Miehe on . Posted in News

Here is the archived video of our 2018 NCW candidates forum. Almost 200 people showed up for the live event where many candidates for the upcoming November 6th election showed up to give their message and vision for our community.  These events are very important for us all to support so we can hear about the issues facing our community and the contrast between Republican and Democrat solutions & policy. 

Local politics matters and now in our current poltical environment, we will see more people taking interest in these issues and voting to voice their opinion via the ballot box.  Make sure you pay attention and vote accordingly on November 6th.  

Video Link:  Click Here