Meetings

Reagan Club members,

It’s been a busy year for the Reagan Club of Colorado and we have our Board of Directors election coming up.

So, we will not be meeting in December and will see you on January 10th as we kick off 2019.

Merry Christmas!

Fred Ramirez,
Reagan Club President

  • Who:          Adams County Republicans along with Reagan Club members 
  • What:         Election night gathering with Hors D’ Oeuvres, coffee/tea/non-alcoholic lemonade and a cash bar
  • Where:       Wedgewood at Brittany Hill, 9350 Grant St, Thornton, CO 80229
  • When:        Tuesday, November 6th (election day evening) from 7:00pm – 10:30pm
  • Why:          Join fellow Republicans to celebrate election numbers for the local, state, and federal contests
  • Suggested donation:  $20
  • With early registration, you can pay $18 per person with a debit/credit card online at http://www.reaganclubco.com/election-night-party/ or $20 per person at the door with cash or check

Please send an email to RSVP@ReaganClubCo.com with how many people will be attending so we don’t run out of food

 

See you there!

The Reagan Club of Colorado

 

 

 

 

Join the Reagan Club this Thursday, October 4th as Michael Fields will discuss the pros and cons of each ballot initiative on your November 6th Mail-in Ballot.  He will explain the who, what, why, when, and costs of each.  So many questions to vote intelligently but we have the have the answers!

Doors open at 6:00pm with the meeting starting at 6:30pm and dinner served after the prayer and announcements.  We meet at Amazing Grace Community Church, 541 E 99th Place in Thornton.  Admission is $20 for Reagan Club members and $25 for non-members.  Elected officials and announced candidates are $15.

Save $5 by buying your tickets before October 2nd on our website (www.ReaganClubCo.com/meeting-tickets).

Bring your questions as we’ll find out what is best for Colorado.

See you there!

 

Michael Fields is the Executive Director of Colorado Rising Action. He was previously the State Director of Americans for Prosperity – Colorado. He brings years of educational, legislative, grassroots organizing, and nonprofit experience. He has also served as a policy aide at the Colorado State House and as a press aide for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions. He taught both elementary and middle school at a charter school in Aurora – and now serves as the governing board president of that school. Michael graduated from Valparaiso University and earned his J.D. from University of Colorado – Boulder. He and his wife, Mele, and their three children live in Littleton.–

Michael Fields

Executive Director

Colorado Rising Action

720-218-9478

 

Michael Fields leaves Americans for Prosperity to lead Colorado Rising Action

Author: Joey Bunch – July 30, 2018 – Updated: July 30, 2018

Michael Fields (Photo courtesy of Americans for Prosperity)

Michael Fields is leaving Americans for Prosperity to head up a conservative organization that aims to press Colorado liberals on the issues.

Colorado Rising Action announced Fields as its executive director Monday. The organization is a state-based offshoot of America Rising Squared, which is an offshoot of America Rising, a group known for tracking candidates and opposition research.

The nonprofit is much like the liberal nonprofit ProgressNow Colorado, except for the right.

Colorado Rising Action said in a press release it plans to “advance conservative principles through cutting-edge research, rapid response communications, a nationwide tracking network, and digital platforms.”

Fields, 31, previously was state director for Americans for Prosperity Colorado. Last year he became senior director of issue education nationally for AFP’s foundation.

“Michael has years of experience at all levels of government and brings incredible insight into Colorado politics and policies,” Joe Pounder, America Rising’s founder and president, said in a statement. “Colorado is in danger of its status as a ‘purple state’ turning blue, but Colorado Rising Action has even more talent on the ground now to make sure that liberal politicians and special interest groups answer to Coloradans.”

To be clear, Colorado Rising Action is not affiliated with Colorado Rising, a group seeking to get an initiative on the November ballot to require 2,500-foot setbacks from homes and businesses for oil and gas operations.

Colorado represents the organization’s second foray into state politics, joining Missouri. Colorado, however, becomes the only state with an executive director and a press person, Lindsey Singer, the niece of billionaire investor Paul Singer, who is a major donor to America Rising. Lindsey Singer grew up in Boulder and attended Fairview High School and the University of Colorado Boulder.

They are joined by adviser Matt Connelly, who formerly worked on Republican gubernatorial candidate Walker Stapleton’s campaign. Though he continues to work for Denver-based Clear Creek Strategies, the firm running Stapleton’s campaign, he cannot by law coordinate between the campaign and the nonprofit.

“Colorado is a great place to live and raise a family, and the work I’ve done with AFP and will continue to do with Colorado Rising Action will ensure it stays that way,” Fields said in a statement Monday. “As a new part of the incredible network of conservative organizations in Colorado, we will make sure that Coloradans know what liberal special-interest groups and their politicians are doing, and the impacts they’ll have on our state.”

A former pitcher at Valparaiso University and teacher in Aurora, Fields joined AFP after working as a policy aide for Republicans in the Colorado legislature and for Wyoming Republican Sen. Mike Enzi, as well as working on local, state and federal political campaigns.

ProgressNow Colorado executive director Ian Silverii was amused by his conservative competition, characterizing it as “Regress Later.”

He pivoted to the November election. It’s what political advocacy groups do.

“This Washington, D.C.-based organization is a front group to help Walker Stapleton continue to fall upwards in his so-far disastrous career,” Silverii said in response to Fields’ announcement. “All the out-of-state money in the world can’t cover up the fact that Stapleton is an absentee treasurer, a sloppy campaigner and a vocal Trump supporter who does not deserve the promotion he’s asking Coloradans for.”

Singer responded to Silverii’s take:

“We’re looking at races from the governor’s race, AG race, some congressional, and state house, state Senate and even watching the ballot initiatives and what liberal groups are doing in Colorado It isn’t about one candidate or one race, and we’re going to be around long after the 2018 election season.”

Click (HERE) for the link to see and/or download the 2018 Colorado Blue Book.

 

 

“Are You Influential?”

How successful are you in influencing others? What actions do you take to make a lasting impression? Does it have an impact? Do you have lasting influence?

Bradley Beck will have a conversation on influence from impressions to impact and how to use subtle persuasion to change hearts and minds.

Bradley will take us on a journey from his personal, political, and public policy experiences. Attend a different kind of presentation this new year and make a promise to yourself to take action!

 

“Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.” ~ Napoleon Hill

Bradley is an excellent influential speaker who is engaging, entertaining, and informative. If you attend, you’ll learn a proven structure for influential public speaking and public policy advocacy.

The meeting will be held at Amazing Grace Church at 541 E 99th Pl. Thornton, CO. Doors open at 6:00PM with meetings usually end at 8:30PM.

Member tickets are $20, non-member $25. You can still get early bird tickets for members at $15 before Tuesday, September 4th. Early registration is encouraged, as it helps us to define our member count for the catering service!

Make your reservation via the Reagan Club of Colorado website at: http://www.reaganclubco.com/meeting-tickets

 

Leadership Program of the Rockies | November 27, 2017 | Alumni Spotlight

Our December 2017 Alumni Spotlight is Brad Beck, an individual who truly understands what it

means to empower individuals to advance freedom.

 

Brad is a graduate of the LPR class of 2009 and was a Defenders of Capitalism™ competition

finalist. Upon finishing LPR, he set out to achieve a bold ambition—start a Toastmasters

International chapter that would focus on developing the skills needed to articulate the principles of freedom. Brad recruited twenty-one LPR classmates and alumni, and together they chartered the first chapter of Liberty Toastmasters in the summer of 2009.

Not content to stop with one club, Brad has gone on to charter three more Liberty Toastmasters clubs around the state. Thanks to Brad’s efforts there are now clubs in Denver, Longmont, Colorado Springs, and Grand Junction. Countless LPR graduates and community members passionate about freedom have benefited from the public speaking and leadership skills provided by Liberty Toastmasters.

For all of his efforts and success, Brad received the prestigious 2015 Leader in Action Award at the LPR Retreat.  Outside of Liberty Toastmasters, Brad is the National Sales Manager at Design Master Color Tool, Inc. He is also a lifetime member of the Optimist Club of Erie, and serves on the LPR Advisory Council.

Brad Beck

bradleycraigbeck@gmail.com

303-775-7473

 

Hello Reagan Club members,

Hope you are all having a wonderful summer.

 Please note that there will not be an August RCOC meeting. However, everyone is encouraged to participate in Republican activities taking place throughout the state.

For those in Adams County, there is a need for volunteers at the Adams County Fair-contact JoAnn Windholz at joannwindholz@gmail.com

 

Fred Ramirez

Reagan Club of Colorado

Enjoy the 4th of July!

Due to the holiday, the Reagan Club of Colorado will not be meeting in July.

See you in August!

Good evening everyone,

Join us on Thursday, June 7th, for the Reagan Club monthly meeting.

Attorney General Cynthia Coffman will speak on a number of legal issues that are currently “hot topics” in our state.

 

Cynthia H. Coffman serves as the State’s 38th Attorney General. Since she took office in January 2015, AG Coffman has focused on community outreach, consumer protection, and protecting public safety and Colorado’s sovereignty.

 

State Representative Alexander “Skinny” Winkler (HD 34 Northglenn/Thornton) will provide a review of the 2018 Legislative session.

The meeting will be held at Amazing Grace Church at 541 E 99th Pl. Thornton, CO. Doors open at 6:00PM-meetings usually end at 8:30PM.

Member tickets are $20, non-member $25. You can still get early bird tickets for $15 before Tuesday, June 5th. Early registration is encouraged, as it helps us to define our member count

for the catering service!

 

Make your reservation via the Reagan Club of Colorado web-site at:

http://www.reaganclubco.com

 

The Reagan Club is asking attendees to bring donations for our meeting host’s food bank.

 

Non-perishable items are requested, the most useful being the following:

  • Ketchup
  • Mustard
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Cereal
  • Soup

 

See you on June 7th,

 

Fred Ramirez

President

Reagan Club of Colorado

Join us on Thursday, May 3rd, for the Reagan Club monthly meeting.

We will examine the various aspects of Sea Power and how Colorado benefits from a strong Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine with retired Navy Intelligence Specialist (and Reagan Club member) Steve Kelly.

The meeting will be held at Amazing Grace Church at 541 E 99th Pl. Thornton, CO. Doors open at 6:00PM-meetings usually end at 8:30PM.

Member tickets are $20, non-member $25. You can still get early bird tickets for $15 before Tuesday, May 1st. Early registration is encouraged, as it helps us to define our member count for the catering service!

Make your reservation via the Reagan Club of Colorado website at:

http://www.reaganclubco.com/meeting-tickets

The Reagan Club is asking attendees to bring donations for our meeting host’s food bank.

Non-perishable items are requested, the most useful being the following:

  • Ketchup
  • Mustard
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Cereal
  • Soup

 

See you on May 3rd!

 

Fred Ramirez

President

Reagan Club of Colorado

Hello Reagan Club members,

Join us on Thursday, April 5th, for the Reagan Club monthly meeting.

Election season has started, and we will focus on the Adams County Commissioner’s race.  

Our two Republican candidates, Larry Hoy and Joyce Thomas, will discuss this race and its importance in bringing sound government to Adams County.

The meeting will be held at Amazing Grace Church at 541 E 99th Pl. Thornton, CO. Doors open at 6:00PM-meetings usually end at 8:30PM.

Member tickets are $20, non-member $25. You can still get early bird tickets for $15 before Tuesday, April 3rd. Early registration is encouraged, as it helps us to define our member count for the catering service!

Make your reservation via the Reagan Club of Colorado website at:
http://www.reaganclubco.com/meeting-tickets

The Reagan Club is asking attendees to bring donations for our meeting host’s food bank.

Non-perishable items are requested, the most useful being the following:

  • Ketchup
  • Mustard
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Cereal
  • Soup

See you on April 5th,

Fred Ramirez
President
Reagan Club of Colorado

 

Join us on Thursday, March 1st for the Reagan Club monthly meeting.

The meeting will be held at Amazing Grace Church at 541 E 99th Pl. Thornton, CO. Doors open at 6:00PM-meetings usually end at 8:30PM.

We will have Adams County Sheriff Patrol Division Chief, Terrance O’Neill, update us on the department’s response to crime in our communities.

Adams County GOP Chair, Anil Mathai, will present important information on the upcoming Republican March Caucus.

Member tickets are $20, non-member $25. You can still get early bird tickets for $15 before Tuesday, February 27th.  Early registration is encouraged, as it helps us to define our member count for the catering service!

Make your reservation via the Reagan Club of Colorado web-site at: http://www.reaganclubco.com/meeting-tickets/

The Reagan Club is asking attendees to bring donations for our meeting host’s food bank.

Non-perishable items are requested, the most useful being the following:

  • Ketchup
  • Mustard
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Cereal
  • Soup

See you on March 1st,

 

Fred Ramirez

President

Reagan Club of Colorado

The Reagan Club meets on the first Thursday of every month at The Amazing Grace Community Church ( 541 E 99th Pl, Thornton, CO, 80229) from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. with doors open at 6:00 p.m.. We feature different programs and speakers as we honor the 40th President. The Reagan Club of Colorado seeks to promote the Constitution, smaller government, lower taxes, personal freedom, helping candidates, and educating the public about one of our greatest presidents, Ronald Wilson Reagan.

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