10914816_798123750241948_8161445995050809258_oThe start of this election is upon us and it’s time to team up for those
courageous and committed conservatives who are running for School Boards
and Municipal Councils all over Adams County.

Heidi Williams, Jan Pawlowski and Joann Windholz are special guests – and will
help us lead the evening as we hear from each of the local candidates from Brighton,
Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglen, Thornton and Westminster.

The Reagan Club invites you to spend an evening at the Pavilion at The Adams
County Fairgrounds . . . with old friends and new . . . as we meet many of our
local candidates for this November’s election.

Chef Dan is in charge of the “cook out” and that is always very good news.

The evening starts at 6:00 p.m. with a “happy hour” or “meet and greet” to
catch up on the news and to get to know the the new faces of our party.

Purchase Dinner/Event Tickets at www.reaganclubco.com/meeting-tickets

Members Online Purchase $10.00
At the Door $15.00

Non-Member Online Purchase $15.00
At the Door $20.00

The Agenda
6:00 p.m. – ‘Happy Hour’ with Music by Skinny
6:30 p.m. – Dinner is Served . . .
7:00 p.m. – Meet the Candidates
8:15 p.m. – Hugs and Plans for a Strong Adams in 2015

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I wanted to reach out to you and thank you for being involved with the GOP’s field program in Colorado. Our staff has met with over 1,000 activists since May, and more than 800 of them have committed to helping us build a dynamic ground game. The ground game is going to be critical in delivering victories in Colorado to Republicans running for office at all levels of government.

It is important we capture this momentum and turn it into tangible results that will help turn Colorado red in 2016. There are two things that we need help with immediately. First is our Republican Leadership Initiative (RLI) field-training program. This fellowship is a great way for activists and potential staffers to get an in-depth training in the way we will be organizing our ground game. Please consider taking part in the RLI yourself and encourage anyone you think would be interested to apply. The second is voter registration. We need to register 75 new Republicans a day to retain our competitive advantage in Colorado. If you have any time in the next few weeks to help with this, please reach out to our office and we will get you plugged in.

Colorado will be home to some of the most important races in 2016. Very few paths to the White House do not include Colorado. Our U.S. Senate race is one of two potential pick-up seats for Republicans. As redistricting in 2020 only gets closer, it is critical that we work to grow our majority in the State Senate, and do everything in our power to secure more seats to win the State House. On November 9, 2016 I do not want to be left thinking, “If only I worked a little harder. If only I registered a few more voters. If only I got more of my neighbors involved.” The thing is our staff cannot do it all alone. However, if we all work as a team in Colorado, we can accomplish a Republican sweep in 2016. Once again, please consider taking part in the RLI and encourage anyone you think would be interested to apply here: https://gop.com/republican-leadership-initiative/.

Learn Today. Lead Tomorrow.

Please let me know if you need anything, I look forward to the work we can do together.

Best Regards,

Ian Lindemann

Colorado State Director

Republican National Committee

(303) 758-3333

ilindemann@gop.com

Barack Obama is NOT the problem, the lazy, entitled, uninformed American voter is.

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