We look forward to seeing you at these events. Please do bring your friends and neighbors.
The monthly social networking and happy hour event for Republicans called Pints & Politics is on tap for mid-September.
The Southwest Metropolitan Pints & Politics will again be held on the second Monday, September 9, at Poor Richard’s Commonhouse, 8301 Normandale Blvd, Bloomington.
We anticipate appearances by Ryan Kulka, candidate for Bloomington mayor, and Al Noard and Susan Woodruff, candidates for Bloomington City Council. And we have invited Jay Adams, the Regional Field Director for the Trump Victory Campaign in Congressional Districts 3, 4, and 5, to join us.
We promise you, no speeches. Rather, you will have a great opportunity to talk about plans, issues, and opportunities to get involved.
We hold Pints & Politics on the second Monday of every month. You can look forward to meeting a lot of great people. This is the place to greet old friends and meet new ones.
Come as early as 5 pm to enjoy happy hour prices. Or drop in up to 7:30 pm, as many of us will still be there. Have a beer and talk one-on-one with state party officers, local party leaders, and a number of genuinely good people.
Scroll down to register in advance. You can now register early for $7 on-line to help defray the cost of a selection of appetizers. Or pay $10 at the door (cash or check). Credit cards cannot be accepted at the door.
Bring a friend!
Voter Identification and helping individuals register to vote is the difference between winning and losing.
This training will focus on teaching you how to effectively run a voter registration program, provide accurate information about voting and how to welcome new voters to the polls.
Additionally, we will also focus on teaching you how to identify voters so that you can run a strong GOTV program to make a difference on Election Day.
Cohost for training: SD33
The 10th annual Heritage Days Parade will kick off on Saturday, September 21. Join Republicans from Senate Districts 49 and 50 to show our colors through Bloomington.
We will be supporting our candidates and causes. We will carry signs, wave flags, give candy to kids, smile and have a good time. This is a family-friendly event. Children are welcome to walk in the parade with us.
Plan to arrive by 10:00 am. The parade begins at 10:30 am. The staging area for the parade is on 3rd Ave South between W. 98th St. and 102nd Street. Dress comfortably for the weather and bring water if necessary. Wear a red shirt or red, white and blue to show our colors.
Scroll down and register to let us know you can join us. About one week before the parade, we will email you the space number to look for in the staging area. All Republicans are welcome to join us. See the Bloomington Heritage Days web site for parking and shuttle bus service information.
Senate District 49 Republicans are starting up the fall dinner program series on Tuesday evening, September 24. We are working to put together a forum of candidates vying for three slots on the Edina School Board. Invitations will be sent out to all seven candidates, all of whom have filed as non-partisan.
Early voting in this year’s local elections opens on September 20, so this forum should offer a good opportunity for Edina voters to consider the seven candidates. For attendees who live outside of Edina, the program should offer the chance to explore topics of interest in secondary education today. Questions will be submitted by the audience and addressed to all of the candidates. More details will follow.
Join us on September 24 in the Fellowship Hall of the Calvary Lutheran Church, 6817 Antrim Rd, Edina, MN 55439. We start at 6:00 pm with an opportunity to welcome our presenter and greet one another. At 6:30 pm, we will make available a light meal, dessert, and a beverage.
Please scroll down to RSVP and let us know if you will be coming. The presentation will start at 7:00 pm.
Our 2019 Lincoln Reagan Dinner is going to be our best ever. We are honored to be joined by a very special Keynote Speaker this year:
Congresswoman Liz Cheney of Wyoming
Congresswoman Cheney is proud to serve as Wyoming's voice and defender of the Constitution in the U.S. House of Representatives. She was first elected in 2016 on a platform of pursuing conservative solutions to help create jobs, cut taxes and regulation, expand America’s energy, mining and ag industries and restore the strength and power of America’s standing in the world.
As a proud constitutional conservative, Liz has co-sponsored legislation that would strengthen legal protections for law-abiding gun owners across America. She also co-sponsored the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Acts, bills that expanded the Hyde Amendment to protect the most vulnerable among us.
This year's event will also feature live music, special guests and a silent auction.
5:00 Event Reception
6:00 VIP Photo Reception
7:00 Dinner and Program
Here is your opportunity to enjoy this grand affair by sitting at the Senate District 49 Table!
To sit with us, you need sign up with us. As we are offering special ticket prices, the seating will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Scroll down and RSVP now!