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A new biennium begins...

Jean Nelson (pictured left) begins the 2016-2017 biennium as President of the Benton County Republican Women and presents Carolyn Webb (pictured right), Immediate Past President, a gift of appreciation for her service to the organization. Carolyn served as president from 2010 through 2013 and then stepped forward again to fill the remainder of Stella Guenther's term in 2015 when Stella faced a serious health challenge. Stella has since recovered and club members thank both Stella and Carolyn for their leadership. And now, Jean and her fellow officers are guiding the BCRW in a manner that Republicans can be proud of.

2016 should be a very exciting election year! We hope you'll join us as Republican Women across the United States roll-up their sleeves and strive to restore the wonderful principles of limited government, free enterprise, individual liberty, a strong national defense and the optimism and values that allowed the people of America to build the freest, most prosperous country on earth.

National Republican Women Leaders Roll through Oregon August 25 -26 on U.S. Bus Tour

UPDATE- Meet Carrie Almond, National Federal of Republican Women president on August 26 between 9 and 11 a.m., have lunch at 11:30 with Miss Carrie, and see "Rosie", the NFRW campaign bus. --You are most welcome to make a reservation at the Monarch Hotel if you'd like to stay overnight on August 25!

Monarch Hotel
12566 SE 93rd Ave.
Clackamas, OR 97015

National Federation of Republican Women
Carrie Almond, President
‘Destination: White House’ Tour Will Register and Rally Voters in 11 Swing States

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – National Federation of Republican Women leaders will make stops in Oregon, August, 25-26 in their red, white and blue bus nicknamed “Rosie” to rally communities and register local residents to vote. NFRW President Carrie Almond will be joined by OregonFRW officers and area legislators in cities in four of Oregon’s five congressional districts: Clackamas, Salem, Eugene and Medford. The bus will also make a pit stop in Coos Bay.

“Our mission with the ‘NFRW Destination: White House’ bus tour is to register Republican-leaning women to vote, rally our clubs and communities across the country, and put a Republican back in the White House,” says Almond, of Chillicothe, Mo. “Women’s voices and votes will make the difference.”

Traveling on the bus along with Almond will be these Federation leaders who serve on both the NFRW and OregonFRW boards: Kim Reem, Marion; Melissa Gesing, Brooklyn; Lori Leonard Reyman, Holstein; and Gwen Ecklund, Denison.

“We are excited to share our Republican message with voters during the NFRW bus tour through Oregon,” says Williamson, who serves as OregonFRW president. “We look forward to welcoming our national president, NFRW leaders, and of course Rosie to Oregon for two days of rallies. Our members are fired up to elect Republicans from the White House to the courthouse this year, and this tour will engage men and women of all ages with our organization.”

The rallies are open to the public. Place and time coming...

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