What’s on your mind Thurston County?

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12 Responses

  1. William Pierpoint

    Would like yard signs if we have viable candidate running against Inslee.

    • Alexis Wallace

      There are three candidates running against Inslee. culpforgovernor.com , votefortunato.com , https://www.facebook.com/FreedForGovernor . We will let you know when we have signs. We have a picnic on Saturday, Sept 21 at Woodland Creek Park, in Lacey. Hot dogs, hamburgers, and drinks provided. Bring a side dish if you like. Kid friendly. Hope to see you there. Thank you for your interest.

    • Alexis Wallace

      We have our Central Committee meeting this Thursday at 7 pm at Thurston County Courthouse Building 1, room 152. We invited all 4 Republican candidates running against Inslee. Loren Culp is has an event that evening in Tumwater, but will be sending his representative to speak and will have signs, but his campaign is asking for a $20.00 donation for signs. Anton Sarkharov will be there, he is also running, and he doesn’t charge for signs. Phil Fortunato has been contacted, but has not replied. Joshua Freed has been invited, but cannot make it. You are welcome to come and hear Anton and Loren Culp’s rep speak. There is also a meeting of the Activism Committee tonight at Denny’s on College ST and Martin Way in Lacey at 6 PM. You are welcome to attend. Just let the hostess know you are looking for the meeting. I look forward to seeing you tonight and on Thursday. Hope you can make it. Alexis Wallace, 2nd VC, Thurston County Republican Party. Cell # (661)435-2628

    • Alexis Wallace

      William, I am so sorry, I was just informed that the Central Committee meeting in the first Thursday in December, not this Thursday. Activism meeting is still on for tonight.

  2. William Pierpoint

    Can you put me on mailing list for Republican events?
    I would like to participate I’d the Republican Party here is a conservative Constitution based Party.

  3. William Pierpoint

    Would like to attend events supporting Conservative views and pur Constitution. Havent been able to find locations and times so I can participate.

  4. CAROL GALLATY

    How do we find out about candidate profiles in WA state and Thurston County?? I have NEVER lived in a state where a new resident is left in the dark about conservative candidates and Republican or Libertarian Party endorsements. I have searched the web and come up empty. I will NOT join Facebook to get this info.

    You are losing votes here.

    • Tom Watson

      Sorry it took so long to reply to your comment, we were recently hit with 15000 spam messages. Additionally this is one of the busiest times of the year with our food trailer in full swing during local fair seasons. You asked about candidate profiles, the best information you can get from the candidates are from the candidates themselves or voter pamphlet. You can contact the County Auditors office, elections division or go to their web page to research elections procedures and voter registration in case you have had a chance to register yet. During the primaries the TCRP does not usually endorse candidates where more than one conservative is running. This prevents the appearance of favoritism in the primary. In the general election we normally post our endorsements and recommendations here and on Facebook. Sorry you don’t like Facebook, it is one of our communications tools we use.

  5. David Sjoding

    What’s involved with being a precinct officer. I’m in Olympia 59. Concerned about voter fraud.

    • Tom Watson

      The Precinct Committee Officer is your basic building block of a grassroots organization. They attend a quarterly meeting along with the other PCOs, called the Central Committee. PCOs also manage their precinct, knock on doors in their precinct and get the word out about things such as candidates, voter fraud, voter identification, posting yard signs, etc. Its a great position to have that can allow you to talk with your neighbors and organize within the county party.
      I hope this answers a couple of your questions.
      There is a quarterly meeting on June 6th at 7PM at the county courthouse if you would like to attend.
      Thank you
      TCRP Staff.

    • Alexis Wallace

      Would you be interested in ballot observing? If so, please contact me at (661)435-2628 . Cell phone, so call or text.

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