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Reagan Govts first duty is to protect the people

RWR quote on appeasement RWR Hero Obama Zero

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“I’ve always thought New Year’s Day was an especially American tradition, full of the optimism and hope we’re famous for in our daily lives — an energy and confidence we call the American spirit. Perhaps because we know we control our own destiny, we believe deep down inside that working together we can make each new year better than the old.” – Ronald Reagan

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If you want welfare vote D, if you want a paycheck, vote R

What is the first thing you could do if you became President

Other Republicans expected to join the race to challenge Michael Bennet soon

The Republican race to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet begins in earnest this week as candidates prepare to declare their bids in early October.

State Sen. Tim Neville, one of the legislature’s most conservative Republicans, will announce his campaign Thursday and join what may become a crowded primary field.

In an interview Monday, Neville said his political record in the General Assembly, where he opposed gun regulations, sought tougher abortion restrictions and pushed for a limited government, sets him apart.

“I don’t just talk the talk, I walk the walk,” he said. “It’s very easy for me to show the voting public where I stand and how I stand.”

His campaign has the potential to attract social conservatives and Tea Party supporters, but it may not draw deep-pocketed, establishment Republicans who are concerned that hard-right politics will hurt the party in an election where independents will decide the outcome.

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tim nevilleJoin us to hear US Senate Candidate Tim Neville on Thursday, January 7th.

The Reagan Club meets at Amazing Grace Church, 541 E. 99th Place in Thornton from 6:00pm – 8:30pm

.State Sen. Tim Neville, one of the legislature’s most conservative Republicans, said his political record in the General Assembly, where he opposed gun regulations, sought tougher abortion restrictions and pushed for a limited government, sets him apart.

“I don’t just talk the talk, I walk the walk,” he said. “It’s very easy for me to show the voting public where I stand and how I stand.”

His campaign has the potential to attract social conservatives and Tea Party supporters, but it may not draw deep-pocketed, establishment Republicans who are concerned that hard-right politics will hurt the party in an election where independents will decide the outcome.

Neville is considered more akin to U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, a strong conservative who lost to Bennet in 2010, and less like U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, who cast himself as more moderate in an upset win against Democratic incumbent Mark Udall in 2014.

Doors open at 6:00pm with networking until 6:30pm when Chef Dan will have a delicious meal for you to enjoy.  You can purchase your  tickets online and receive a discount with prices for Members $15, Non-Members $20, Candidates and Elected Officials are $10.  After January 5th, prices will increase.

You can purchase your 2016 dues online or at the door.  Individuals are $30 and Couples are $55.  Click the Meeting Tickets tab at the top to make an online purchase or click here:  http://www.reaganclubco.com/meeting-tickets/

The Reagan Club meets on the second Thursday of every month at CB & Potts, 1257 W 120th Avenue, Westminster, CO, 80234 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. with doors open at 6:00 p.m. Enter via CB & Potts main entrance and head to the back meeting room. Food and beverages are available from CB & Potts. 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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