Suwannee County Republican Party
Good Morning Suwannee GOP! PDF  | Print |  E-mail

I trust all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  Aren't we blessed to live in the most amazing country ever created by God?  I know this is an understatement, but we really do have so much for which to be thankful.
I wanted to make sure to remind you, that due to all of our hard work during the campaign season, we are going to skip our December meeting.  We will resume our monthly REC meeting on January 8, 2015...same time, same place.  I don't know that anyone else has even dared to look at the 2015 calendar yet, but the first Thursday in January 2015 is January 1st. the spirit of the New Year Holiday we will just move our meeting back a week.  I will send out another reminder on the date change shortly before Christmas. 
RPOF is gearing up for their election of officers later in January.  Please keep all of the candidates, as well as the County Chairmen and State Committeemen/women in your prayers, as they discern the direction of our Party.  Each of the candidates has a vision and a plan to lead us to victory in 2016; but the real decision to be made is which vision and plan is strongest and most likely will bring Florida back into the Red State we once were.  
In the Presidential Election, it is imperative Florida goes Red in 2016.  We need leadership, who is truly ready and seriously devoted to growing and educating our whole state and not just targeting the counties with a larger voting populace.  When it comes to GOP victories, too many of these elections have been pushed over the top by our North Florida rural counties to be taken for granted or overlooked any longer.  
So again, I ask for your prayers during this time, that we elect a Chairman for our Party that has the qualities, the strength, the passion and the heart of a leader, a leader that will lead us to VICTORY!
May God bless you all during this Holy Season!
Sherri Ortega - Chairman
Suwannee County Republican Executive Committee

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS? PDF  | Print |  E-mail




Registered Republicans

Republican Votes

% Republicans Voted

Republican ABs

Republican ABs Returned

AB Return %

Republicans Left











This is a report of how many people have voted in the 2014 General Election as of
November 1.  I am thrilled that almost 75% of the Republican absentee ballots have
been returned.  I am praying anyone who has not already put their absentee ballot
in the mail, will consider hand delivering it to the Supervisor of Elections Department
on Pine Avenue (across from the Tax Collector’s office).  Also, if you think you may
have NOT signed your absentee ballot you may want to double check with the Elections
Dept., as ballots which are NOT signed will NOT be counted. 

We have already had over 23% of our fellow Republicans show up and vote during
Early Voting.  Thank you for being so engaged in the future of our state and ultimately
our country.

A Letter to President Obama PDF  | Print |  E-mail

This is a letter to President Obama from the Heritage Foundation.  Click here to read.

Rubio Discusses Immigration Reform Proposal with Laura Ingraham PDF  | Print |  E-mail


Please listen to this a few times so you can absorb the information and be well versed when questioned about it.

From RNC Chairman Reince Priebus:

Election Day is only 33 days away, and early voting has begun in some states. Many have labeled this midterm election a referendum on the policies of President Obama. In many ways it is. And if you asked the country, most people would say they know our party opposes many of those policies.  We oppose them because we know there’s a better way. Republicans have new ideas to solve the country’s problems...bottom-up solutions founded in the free market, compassion, responsibility, and the idea that America is headed for better days.  So before November, I wanted to take a moment, cut through the noise, and talk about what’s driving the Republican Party.

People know what we’re against.  I want to talk about the things we’re for.  Our overarching vision is a country that offers equal opportunity for everyone.  In pursuit of that vision, our party’s three core values have long been a strong economy, a strong society, and a strong defense. The Principles for American Renewal, which I’m outlining today, fit into those three
categories. They represent ideas from across our party.  These 11 principles unite us as a party and inform our policymaking, whether you’re running for governor in New England or Congressman in the South or state house in the West.  These principles cover 11 vital topics: jobs, spending, healthcare, our veterans, national security, education, poverty, values, energy, and immigration.  But the first principle is about the Constitution.


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