October 16, 2012 – Presidential Debate

Topic: Town meeting format including foreign and domestic policy Air Time: 8:00-9:30 p.m. Central Time Location: Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates Participants: President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney...

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October 11, 2012 Vice Presidential Debate

Topic: Foreign and domestic policy Air Time: 8:00-9:30 p.m. Central Time Location: Centre College in Danville, Kentucky Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates Participants: Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan Moderator: Martha Raddatz (ABC News...

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Vote Walker in the Primary!

Signs are good. Votes are better! In the upcoming Republican primary, vote Walker. He is opposed by an "occupier" & "protester" of the Governor's much needed reforms. We want to show the Democrats that we Stand with Walker! A poor turnout at the primary will not send...

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Lincoln Day Dinner with Gov. Scott Walker

Gov. Walker spoke to a full crowd, as he outlined his plan to eliminate the state's debt and guide it to fiscal responsibility. Further, he spoke of a young teacher who had been laid off as a result of seniority in the very same year that she was named one of the best...

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MEET SENATOR RON JOHNSON

Last November, Sen. Ron Johnson uprooted a one-time presidential candidate Russ Feingold. Now, he is our representative in Washington, a constant reminder to the president that he has lost a key state, Wisconsin. Come with the Outagamie County Republican Party and...

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Come Meet Senante Candidate Ted Kanavas!

The Outagamie County Republican Women invite you to a Meet 'N Greet for Senate Candidate Ted Kanavas at the Yacht Club on Thursday, August 18th. Mr. Kanavas will be introduced at 6 pm. He will share his story and answer questions. There will be a complimentary light...

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Flag Day Parade Picnic

The Annual Outagamie County Republican Party (OCRP) Flag Day Parade Picnic. This year the picnic will be held in the pavilion at Erb Park in Appleton. We will be ready to serve burgers, brats, hot dogs, and all the great food usually available at picnics, including...

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Jack Voight v. Tom Nelson Debate

Where: VFW Hall, 501 Richmond Street, Appleton When: March 24, 7:00 P.M. Hosted By: Northside Business Association The Appleton Northside Business Association will be hosting a debate between Jack Voight and Tom Nelson, candidates for Outagamie County Executive, on...

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Wisconsin Needs Your Vote for Justice Prosser

If you were in recess, picking your team to play basketball, and you had a choice between Marquette's Jimmy Butler or Steve Urkel, who would you pick? What if you were in need of legal help, and you have a choice between an attorney with 13 years experience handling...

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Congratulations Republicans!

Gov. Scott Walker has succeeded in limiting some state employee's collective bargaining agreements, allowing the State to adjust these state employee's benefits and other perks as the State's financial needs require. While this is not a landmark decision, since over...

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Vote Lori O’Bright on April 5th

Outagamie County Republicans Proudly Vote Lori O'Bright for Clerk of Courts. Lori is a twenty-six year servent of Outagamie County and deserves your vote. Lori has most recently served as Supervisor of our Solid Waste Department, which anticipates a $14M budget in...

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Our Capital or Their Hostel?

Dear Taxpayers, We have received numerous calls from folks of all views who are NOT happy that our Wisconsin State Capitol is quickly becoming something resembling a French Hostel for Militant Out-of-State Protesters. These folks might not realize it, but we do things...

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Lincoln Day Dinner

Keynote Speaker: Justice David Prosser Invited Speakers: Governor Scott Walker Senator Ron Johnson Congressman Reid Ribble Supreme Court Justice David Prosser is a leader on the Court and a proud son of the Fox Valley. Justice Prosser is a former prosecutor for the...

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Paul Ryan: Amiable Style & Heavy in Content

From Marquette University Law School Blog He wore a sweater and showed off the heavy boots he was wearing because, in the aftermath of the snow storm, this wasn’t “a wingtips day.” He paused in mid conversation to plop a mint his mouth because “if I’m ever in the...

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