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From the RPOF – The Boarding Pass: Your First Look at The Week Ahead

February 8th, 2016

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NATIONAL RADAR 

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NATIONAL RADAR

Bill Clinton launches attack on Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire
MSNBC: Bill Clinton launched a sustained attack on Bernie Sanders at a New Hampshire campaign rally Sunday, tearing into the senator’s rhetoric against Hillary Clinton and picking apart his spending plans. The former president appeared angry as he poured scorn on his wife’s opponent, portraying the Sanders campaign as dishonest and his healthcare proposals as unrealistic. Bill Clinton said Sanders’ message was “hermetically-sealed” from reality and ridiculed its implication that “anybody that doesn’t agree… is a tool of the establishment.’”

Benghazi Attack Haunts Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire
TIME: Just three days before the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton was confronted Saturday at a town hall meeting by one of her Republican critics’ most common attacks. A woman who identified herself as a 2008 Hillary Clinton supporter, but whose identity was not confirmed, asked the former secretary of state to assuage some doubts she had been having over the Benghazi attacks. In a quiet voice, the woman pointed to an email Clinton sent to her daughter on the night of the Benghazi attack that suggested terrorists were responsible for the killing of Ambassador Chris Steven.

Sanders fires up New Hampshire voters and Clinton heads to Flint, Mich.
LA Times: After the earsplitting reggae faded, after the candidate tossed his unfashionable sport coat into the crowd like a rock star and after the “Bernie! Bernie! Bernie!” chants quieted, Bernie Sanders launched into a familiar speech that is so adored by fans that much of the audience could recite it — and at times they did.

Poll: 4-way GOP fight for second in New Hampshire
Politico: Donald Trump still has a commanding lead in New Hampshire two days ahead of the primary, according to a new Monmouth University poll released Sunday, but there’s a four-way race for second place. Trump commands 30 percent support from likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, the poll found. John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz were virtually tied for second place, with 14 percent support for Kasich, 13 percent each for Rubio and Bush and 12 percent for Cruz.

Hillary Clinton’s team tries to downplay expectations in N.H.
Boston Globe: Two days before the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton focused her campaign on a pressing local public health issue — in Flint, Mich. The 1,400-mile campaign detour she took Sunday was designed to highlight her concern over the plight of families poisoned by lead in the municipal water, a play for African-American voters. The trip also turned attention away from New Hampshire, where she’s lagging in the polls.

 

 

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Meet U.S. Senate Candidate, Congressman Ron DeSantis, Saturday Feb 13th in Sebring

February 6th, 2016

Ron DeSantis

The Republican Party of Highlands County invites you to meet Congressman Ron DeSantis, candidate for U.S. Senate Saturday, February 13, 1:00 PM (Optional lunch at Noon) at Sebring Elks Lodge.  

DeSantis is one of four Republicans running for Florida’s open U.S. Senate seat. A proven champion of liberty, and lead sponsor of government reform measures such as term limits and eliminating congressional pensions, DeSantis has among the highest conservative voting records in the U.S. House. An optional lunch will begin at Noon, followed by DeSantis’ speech, your questions, and opportunity to meet in person!

Saturday, February 13 – 1:00 PM (Optional lunch at Noon)

RSVP appreciated (RSVP to http://www.highlandscounty.gop/events ) but not required.

Sebring Elks Lodge – 2618 Kennilworth Blvd

www.desantis2016.com

www.republicanpartyofhighlandcounty.com
863-402-5456

The Highlands County Republican Executive Committee does not endorse or take sides in a Republican Primary Election. All are encouraged to become educated on the candidates.  Meeting announcements will be shared to allow you to become as informed as possible before you vote.

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The Landing Report: Your End Of The Week Recap Of The Top Coverage Hitting The Airwaves.

February 5th, 2016

 From the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF)

The Landing Report

National Radar | Florida Radar | Briefing Center | The More You Know

NATIONAL RADAR

5 takeaways from the Democratic debate
Politico: Comity turned to tragedy for Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and for the dream of a harmonious Democratic party during the 2016 primaries. After a series of low-wattage, three-person debates that were the pride of party-unity Democrats, Clinton and Sanders dropped the gloves and went after each other in a GOP-style confrontation that underscored the bitterness of a campaign that was supposed to underscore the broad agreements of progressives on major issues.

Democratic Town Hall: CNN’s Reality Check team inspects the claims
CNN Politics: The Democratic candidates for president gathered in New Hampshire for CNN’s Democratic Town Hall on Wednesday, and CNN’s Reality Check team spent the night putting their statements and assertions to the test. The team of reporters, researchers and editors across CNN listened throughout the event and selected key statements, rating them true; mostly true; true, but misleading; false; or it’s complicated.

Five lessons from the Iowa caucuses
Boston Globe: Now that the confetti has settled from Monday’s caucuses (although it will take longer to scoop all the snow and political horse apples), here are few more takeaways from 2016:

Martin O’Malley, Mike Huckabee end presidential campaigns
CNN: Martin O’Malley and Mike Huckabee ended their presidential campaigns Monday after failing to register in the Iowa caucuses. The two former governors had banked on a strong showing in the Hawkeye State to buoy their candidacies, but failed to gain traction against better-funded operations and an election season marked by voter desire for anti-establishment candidates.

Rand Paul and Rick Santorum Pull Out of G.O.P. Nomination Race
New York Times: Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and Rick Santorum, the former Pennsylvania senator, both ended their presidential campaigns on Wednesday, as the fallout from the Iowa caucuses continued to winnow the Republican field.

Sanders tops Clinton by 2-to-1 margin in New Hampshire
CNN: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to hold a wide lead over Hillary Clinton among likely New Hampshire primary voters, according to a new CNN/WMUR tracking poll conducted entirely after the Iowa caucuses.

FLORIDA RADAR

Alan Grayson campaign blasts Patrick Murphy for crossing aisle on financial markets
Florida Politics: The U.S. Senate campaign of U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson blasted his opponent U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy for crossing the aisle to vote in favor of a bill that would ease reporting restrictions on securities sales. Murphy was one of 24 Democrats (along with U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham, D-Tallahassee) to vote yea on H.B. 1675, which was approved by the House of Representatives 265-159 Wednesday. Grayson voted nay. The bill, entitled “Encouraging Employee Ownership Act of 2015,” would double, to $10 million annually, the minimum threshold for disclosure reporting on annual aggregate sales of a security.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. endorses Alan Grayson in U.S. Senate race
Tampa Bay Times: The son of former U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Sen. Bobby Kennedy is backing U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Orlando, in Florida’s contentious Democratic primary in the race to replace Marco Rubio in the U.S. Senate next year.

BRIEFING CENTER

Orlando Political Observer: RPOF Chair calls Clinton Iowa showing “embarrassing” and “devastating”

 

 THE MORE YOU KNOW


10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Build and Manage Great Teams
When it comes to assembling, motivating and keeping a great team happy so that they can flourish in your business, the truth is that it’s a bit of both. There’s no way to overstate how important a great team is to a business’ success. The quality of the work you do will exceeds the quality of the team behind it. Yet to many an entrepreneur’s and manager’s dismay, teambuilding often seems as complicated as watch making–there are a lot of moving parts and things have to be just right in order to create something magical.

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Reminder – Luncheon Meeting with Congressman Ron DeSantis Saturday Feb 13th – Sebring Elks Lodge

January 30th, 2016

 – Our Guest Speaker for a special February luncheon meeting on Saturday February 13th will be Congressman Ron DeSantis, Republican Candidate for US Senate. Please add this to your calendar now and make plans to attend the 1:00 PM meeting with Congressman Ron DeSantis (lunch at noon is optional) at the Sebring Elks Lodge.  Ron DeSantis for Senate – facebook.com www.facebook.com/Ron-DeSantis-for-Senate

February 2016:

8      Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

9 – 16 Mailing window for absentee ballot domestic voters for the Presidential Preference Primary Election.

11    HCREC Meeting, 6:30 PM, Elks Lodge, Sebring. Dinner 5 PM – 6:30 PM.  Our regularly scheduled meeting will be held as scheduled

12    Highlands County Fair opens and runs through Jan 20th.  Please volunteer to work our booth at the Fair.  Contact our Vice Chairman Virgil Beato at vbeato77@gmail.com.

13    Special HCREC Meeting, Luncheon at 12 noon, meeting at 1:00 PM, Elks Lodge Sebring, Special Guest Speaker, Republican US Senate Candidate, Congressman Ron DeSantis

13   Republican Presidential Debate.

15   Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

16   Deadline to register to vote for the Presidential Preference Primary.  Remember that Florida is a Closed Primary State. Remind your friends and neighbors who are not registered Republicans that they will not be able to vote for one of the Republican Presidential Candidates unless they are a registered Republican.  Join with us to select the best possible Republican Presidential Candidate and help restore America.  United we Win!

22  Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

24  Heartland American-Israeli Initiative (HAII) Unity Breakfast, Sebring Elks Lodge, 7:30 AM, $5, RSVP – 863-453-5327 or 863-443-1231, or jdevlin@centurylink.net

26  Republican Presidential Debate.

29  Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

MARCH 2016:

1     HCREC Board Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6 PM.

2    HRWN Luncheon Meeting, Noon, Inn on the Lakes, Sebring, Hibiscus Room.

10   HCREC meeting, 6:30 PM, Elks Lodge, Sebring. Dinner 5 PM – 6:30 PM. Special Guest Speaker, Republican US Senate Candidate, Todd Wilcox

5 -12 Early Voting Period for Presidential Preference Primary Election.

15   Presidential Preference Primary Election Day.

APRIL 2016

5    HCREC Board Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6 PM.

6    HRWN Luncheon Meeting, Noon, Inn on the Lakes, Sebring, Hibiscus Room.

14   HCREC Meeting, 6:30 PM, Elks Lodge, Sebring.  Dinner 5 PM – 6:30 PM.  Special Guest Speaker, Republican U.S. Senate Candidate, Lt. Governor, Carlos Lopez-Cantera, has been invited to speak.

28  2016 Lincoln Day Dinner 5:30 PM at Chateau Elan in Sebring.  Please save the date! You won’t want to miss this evening.  Our keynote speaker will be State Representative Jennifer Sullivan (R) District 31 who at age 23 in 2014 was the youngest member elected to the Florida House of Representatives.

(The Highlands County REC does not endorse or take sides in a Republican Primary Election. All are encouraged to become educated on the candidates.  Meeting announcements and articles of interest will be posted to allow you to become as informed as possible before you cast your vote.)

Paid for and approved by the Highlands County Republican Executive Committee
P.O. Box 7987, Sebring, FL 33872

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Florida is a “Closed Primary” State – You must be a registered Republican to vote for a Republican candidate in the primary election on March 15th

January 26th, 2016

 

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Reminder – Florida is a “Closed Primary” State – 

Deadline to register to vote for the Presidential Preference Primary is Feb 16th.

Are you a long-time registered Dem that now recognizes that your party has long-since left you? Are you a registered NPA, but like a Republican candidate running for President? You must CHANGE your registration to Republican by Feb 16th to vote for one of the Republican candidates in the Florida Primary on March 15, 2016. For more information on voter registration, see http://www.votehighlands.com/  or call or visit our Highlands County Republican office phone (863) 402-5456, LAKEVIEW PROFESSIONAL Bldg. 2527 U.S. Highway 27 South, Sebring, FL  https://www.facebook.com/highlandsrepublicanparty

Save the Date April 28th – 2016 Lincoln Day Dinner – Keynote Speaker Representative Jennifer Sullivan

January 24th, 2016

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Save the DateThe 2016 Highlands County Lincoln Day Dinner has now been confirmed for Thursday evening April 28th at the Chateau Elan in Sebring.  Our confirmed Keynote Speaker will be State Representative Jennifer Sullivan (R) District 31.  Ms. Sullivan was the youngest member of the Florida House of Representatives when she was elected in Aug 2014 at age 23!

Jennifer Sullivan rallies Millennials at Sunshine Summit

Jennifer Sullivan is a dynamic speaker and was a featured speaker at the recent Sunshine Summit in Orlando where all of the Republican Presidential candidates also had opportunity to speak.  Her speech at the Sunshine Summit can be seen at  http://www.c-span.org/video/?400326-102/state-representative-jennifer-sullivan-sunshine-summit

Please mark your calendar now and save the date April 28th.  We expect this event to have widespread publicity and to attract many millennials who have not previously attended a Lincoln Day Dinner.

LDD Committee Meeting Jan 25th at 6:30 PM – All who have served on prior Lincoln Day Dinner Committees are invited and encouraged to serve again.  The 2016 Lincoln Day Dinner Committee will have their second meeting tomorrow evening Monday Jan 25th at 6:30 PM at HC Republican Headquarters.  Please plan to come and assist.  We have a plan.  It is now time to implement it.

 – Our Guest Speaker for a special February luncheon meeting on Saturday February 13th will be Congressman Ron DeSantis, Republican Candidate for US Senate. Please add this to your calendar now and make plans to attend the 1:00 PM meeting with Congressman Ron DeSantis (lunch at noon is optional).  Ron DeSantis for Senate – facebook.com www.facebook.com/Ron-DeSantis-for-Senate

Updated Calendar – JANUARY 2016:

25  Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting at 6:30 PM at Highlands County Republican Headquarters.  For more info contact Chairman Kathy Rapp at rapp1422@gmail.com or 863 381-1390.

25-26  Pro-Family Days at the Capitol in Tallahassee, FL January 25-26, 2016. It is not too late to register. See: http://flfamily.org/profamilydays/  

30 Deadline to send absentee ballots to absent stateside and overseas uniformed and civilian voters for the Presidential Preference Primary Election.

February 2016:

1      Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

2     HCREC Board Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6 PM.

3     HRWN Luncheon Meeting, Noon, Inn on the Lakes, Sebring, Hibiscus Room.

8      Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

9 – 16 Mailing window for absentee ballot domestic voters for the Presidential Preference Primary Election.

11    HCREC Meeting, 6:30 PM, Elk’s Lodge, Sebring. Dinner 5 PM – 6:30 PM.  Our regularly scheduled meeting will be held as scheduled

12    Highlands County Fair opens and runs through Jan 20th.  Please volunteer to work our booth at the Fair.  Contact our Vice Chairman Virgil Beato at vbeato77@gmail.com.

13    Special HCREC Meeting, Luncheon at 12 noon, meeting at 1:00 PM, Elk’s Lodge Sebring, Special Guest Speaker, Republican US Senate Candidate, Congressman Ron DeSantis

13   Republican Presidential Debate.

15   Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

16   Deadline to register to vote for the Presidential Preference Primary.  Remember that Florida is a Closed Primary State. Remind your friends and neighbors who are not registered Republicans that they will not be able to vote for one of the Republican Presidential Candidates unless they are a registered Republican.  Join with us to select the best possible Republican Presidential Candidate and help restore America.  United we Win!

22  Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

26  Republican Presidential Debate.

29  Lincoln Day Dinner Committee Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6:30 PM.

MARCH 2016:

1     HCREC Board Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6 PM.

2    HRWN Luncheon Meeting, Noon, Inn on the Lakes, Sebring, Hibiscus Room.

10   HCREC meeting, 6:30 PM, Elk’s Lodge, Sebring. Dinner 5 PM – 6:30 PM. Special Guest Speaker, Republican US Senate Candidate, Todd Wilcox

5 -12 Early Voting Period for Presidential Preference Primary Election.

15   Presidential Preference Primary Election Day.

APRIL 2016

5    HCREC Board Meeting, Republican Headquarters, Sebring, 6 PM.

6    HRWN Luncheon Meeting, Noon, Inn on the Lakes, Sebring, Hibiscus Room.

14   HCREC Meeting, 6:30 PM, Elk’s Lodge, Sebring.  Dinner 5 PM – 6:30 PM.  Special Guest Speaker, Republican U.S. Senate Candidate, Lt. Governor, Carlos Lopez-Cantera, has been invited to speak.

28  2016 Lincoln Day Dinner 5:30 PM at Chateau Elan in Sebring.  Keynote speaker will be State Representative Jennifer Sullivan

School Board to consider 1/2 cent sales tax on primary ballot

January 15th, 2016

From Highlands Today

The School Board of Highlands County will consider Tuesday moving forward with a half-cent sales tax referendum to be placed on the Aug. 30 Primary Election ballot.

The School Board of Highlands County will consider Tuesday moving forward with a half-cent sales tax referendum to be placed on the Aug. 30 Primary Election ballot.

An item on Tuesday’s school board meeting agenda, submitted and recommended by Assistant Superintendent of Business Operations Mike Averyt, includes a timeline for the half-cent referendum effort.

The 55-page document includes the history of the district’s two previous half-cent attempts and notes the drop in funding for capital projects since 2006.

The district’s first half-cent sales tax referendum “failed” in a special election on May 10, 2005.

The district’s second half-cent referendum also “failed” in the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election.

According to the district, a half-cent sales tax would generate about $4.2 million dollars in revenue each year. The referendum would call for a 15-year duration of the sales tax.

School Board Chairwoman Donna Howerton said Thursday, if the board decides to pursues the half-cent referendum, the district will need to run a “full campaign.”

“Outside help may be needed in organizing the campaign, which should include a committee from the community as the stakeholders to share with voters where we are financially, our extensive list of needs, and what the half-cent would bring,” she said. “So the community will have a better understanding of why we need the half-cent.

“I am concerned about the time allowed to do this right,” Howerton added.

School Board Member Bill Brantley said he supports having the half-cent referendum in the upcoming primary.

“To be successful this time, the district’s needs, such as school maintenance issues, have to be expressed to the public,” he said. Those needs include safety issues such as fencing and security cameras.

During the school board’s annual walk through tours of the schools, principals repeatedly expressed their concerns for these safety measures and other facility needs, Brantley said. “The half-cent effort will need more community involvement from parents, school advisory councils, and the business community,” he said.

School Board Vice Chair Jan Shoop said she is in favor of moving forward with the half-cent effort.

By law, the district is limited in how it can promote the half-cent, but by getting the community leaders involved there will be a much better chance of approval this time.

The half-cent revenue would be used to pay for capital projects such as construction, renovation or improvement of school facilities and campuses, maintenance projects, equipment, software and technology.

For the rest of this article and others, see: http://www.highlandstoday.com/hi/local-news/school-board-to-consider-12-cent-sales-tax-on-primary-ballot-20160115/?

Holocaust survivor describes atrocities of death and concentration camps

January 14th, 2016

From Highlands Today

Holocaust survivor describes atrocities of death and concentration camps

Holocaust survivor Oskar Jakob, who experienced the horrors of a death camp, two concentration camps and forced marches, said as a 13 year old, he “experienced the most horrific crime that ever has been committed.”

At Tuesday’s meeting of the Heartland American-Israeli Initiative, Jakob told his story of survival amid the death and brutality inflicted on the Jews by Nazi Germany during World War II.

The 85 year old, who was born in Romania, said on May 4, 1944 his family was given two hours to gather their belongings that could be carried and were taken to a nearby town.

Other Jewish families from nearby small towns were loaded onto trucks where after a 40-kilometer trip they spent 10 days in an open field.

Jakob said he never forgot what his grandfather told him and his 8-year-old brother and 10 year-old sister.

His grandfather said, “Children, we will never come back here.”

Loaded into train boxcars, Jakob and his family were taken to the Auschwitz death camp located in Poland.

The Jews were divided into two groups, those who could work at hard labor and those who would be forced in gas chambers to be murdered, Jakob said.

“The crematories were busy burning the bodies of Jews 24 hours a day,” he said.

Though he was 13, Jakob said he was big for his age and lied saying he was 17 in the hopes that he could work and not be sent to his death.

But, the work was “brutal,” he said. He carried two buckets of concrete at a time to repair buildings that were damaged by Allied bombing. They worked 12 hours a day with little food and under horrible conditions.

Those who could not work or endure the forced marches, “were shot on the spot by the SS,” Jakob said.

When the Russian Army advanced close to Auschwitz, Jakob said they were forced to march three days and three nights in bitter cold weather and in the snow.

He wore wooden shoes with no socks, but found newspaper to insulate his feet the best he could.

Later, 180 Jews were packed into an open boxcar for transport, Jakob said. People died from exhaustion and hunger.

He was forced to work in a German factory that made V-1 and V-2 rockets that were used against the Allies and Great Britain.

They worked 12-hour shifts and given three potatoes a day to eat, Jacob said. Sometimes one potato would be rotten, but he would eat it due to his hunger.

When the U.S. Air Force started bombing the factory, Jakob said they were marched to another concentration camp in Germany. They had no food for six or seven days and ate the snow to satisfy their thirst.

In the weeks and days before he was liberated, Jakob described seeing thousands of dead bodies.

He was liberated from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany by British forces on April 15, 1945.

A British half-track knocked down the barbed-wire fence and a loudspeaker message in various languages announced they had been liberated.

Jakob said he and his fellow Jews were too exhausted to celebrate.

After being separated from his mother and sister at Auschwitz, Jakob said he never saw them again.

Jakob, who spoke Hungarian, came to New York City and worked as a Kosher butcher.

After he learned to speak English, he became a plumber. He said it was great to live in a country were he could work in two different trades.

Jakob lives in St. Louis, Mo. and winters in Polk County.

Heartland American-Israeli Initiative Vice President Marvin Kahn acknowledged Jakob’s story as a reason Israel is in existence today.

Jakob’s story has been documented in an interview he gave to Steven Spielberg for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

The Heartland American-Israeli Initiative has been meeting monthly for a little over a year at Inn on the Lakes, according to President Justine Devlin.

It’s mission is to vigorously support, strengthen and promote the long-standing partnership between the United States and Israel through grass roots efforts designed to influence government representatives, local institutions and the general public.

For more information, visit www.heartlandaii.org.

For the rest of this article, see:  http://www.highlandstoday.com/hi/local-news/holocaust-survivor-describes-atrocities-of-death-and-concentration-camps-20160114/

The Obama Administration Races to Finalize a Bad Nuclear Deal

January 13th, 2016
From National Review
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The Obama Administration Races to Finalize a Bad Nuclear Deal
Democrats and Republicans are increasingly worried about Iranian behavior.
By Fred Fleitz — January 13, 2016

Look for America’s Enemies to Take Advantage of Obama’s Last Year

January 8th, 2016
From National Review
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By Victor Davis Hanson — January 7, 2016
Officers

Chairman
    Kathy Rapp
Vice Chairman
    Virgil Beato
Secretary
    Ida Jackson
Treasurer
    Penny Kocarek

State Committeeman
    Earl Claire

State Committeewoman
    Joan Hartt