Newaygo County Republican News
"I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth,
they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts."
-- Abraham Lincoln
President Trump - Hold Fast and Build the Wall
Of our American government: to establish justice; to ensure domestic tranquility; to provide for the common defense.
All of these directives require a secure border.
Everyday illegal immigrants are crossing our borders. This is a blatant defiance of justice,when one enters our country illegally.
Tranquility is threatened when people enter without having been vetted for disease, criminal history, drug and or weapon possession.
Common defense is totally ineffective when our borders are ignored.
The President of the United States takes an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. President Donald J. Trump has correctly identified these illegal crossing as an imminent threat; securing our borders is a requirement, not an option.
The Newaygo County Republicans urge the President to hold fast, ignore the shutdown, and BUILD THE WALL.
Diane J. Schindlbeck, Chairman
Glen H. Sparks, Vice-Chairman
Newaygo County Republican Party
Michigan Trump Republicans
We would like to Thank everyone who came out to the Michigan Trump Republican Event. We had 110+ at the Yoberosa for a event that had speakers such as Dave Agema and Lena Epstein. We had a good night of food and conversation that involved supporting our President and encouraging each other to prepare for the upcoming elections.
Thanks to everyone who made the Event such a success.
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Michigan Trump Republicans
Now is the Time
For All Good People
Welcome to the Newaygo County Republican Committee in the Great State of Michigan.
We spell Voter with a capital "V". We are a Party of all people: First time Voters, 18-30 year old Voters including Millennial Voters, middle aged Voters, senior citizen Voters, and very senior citizen Voters.
We invite you to learn more about us and our involvement at local, county and state levels. We like balanced budgets, smaller government, local control, opportunity for all, defending the Constitution, freedom, elephants, red white & blue, apple pie and a republic form of government. As it was once said, "all politics are local". We believe that. Grassroots! That IS us.
Over many decades, the Newaygo County Republican Committee has distinguished itself statewide, as a premier grassroots political organization...representative government at its best. We are the ultimate Growth and Opportunity Party. If you like what we like and want the enjoyable experience of a lifetime, including making a difference in the 2014 Mid-Term Elections, the 2016 National Elections, and local elections, get involved with us. We look forward to seeing you.
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"Follow truth as the only safe guide, and... eschew error, which bewilders us in one false consequence after another."
-- Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, 1819
Call to Convention
Official Call to the Newaygo County Convention
Dated January 2, 2019
Official Call to the Newaygo County Convention. There shall be a meeting of the duly elected Precinct Delegates and the At-Large Delegates to the County Convention at 7:00 pm on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at The Commons, 5885 S. Warner Avenue, Fremont, MI 49412.
The purpose of this meeting shall be to elect Delegates and Alternates to the February 23, 2019 State Convention to be held at the Lansing Center in the City of Lansing. The purpose of the State Convention is as follows:
Receiving reports of the election in the fourteen (14) congressional district caucuses of:
14 Congressional District Chairs (1 per congressional district) and the other officers;
98 members of the Michigan Republican Party State Committee (one of whom shall be the Congressional District Chair) (7 per congressional district);
14 Convention Vice Chairs (1 per congressional district);
14 Assistant Secretaries (1 per congressional district)
The election of:
one (1) State Chair
one (1) Co-Chair (who, pursuant to Article III A of the Bylaws of the Michigan Republican State Committee, shall be the running mate of the Chair)
one (1) Coalitions Vice-Chair
one (1) Outreach Vice-Chair
one (1) Grassroots Vice- Chair
one (1) Ethnic Vice-Chair
one (1) Administrative Vice-Chair
one (1) Youth-Vice Chair (who, pursuant to Article IV A of the Bylaws of the Michigan Republican State Committee, shall, when elected, not have obtained the age of 25)
Transacting other such business as may properly come before the State Convention
Precinct delegates and certain at-large delegates given the preference under Rule 8 of the Convention Rules, but who do not attend the County Convention, must notify the chair of the County Executive Committee, Diane Schindlbeck at (616) 502-6192 or email@example.com or the following designee(s), Glen Sparks at (231) 578-9709 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email us at email@example.com in writing (the “Notification”) of the person’s intention to become a delegate or alternate delegate to the state convention. The notification can be in any written form, including by letter or email, and must be received by the Chair of the County Executive Committee (or designee) by no later than the start of the County Convention. Failure to provide the notification as provided herein shall mean that the person shall not be given the preference under Rule 8 of the Convention Rules. It is not necessary to send a notification if a person attends the County Convention.
Only Precinct Delegates elected at the August 7, 2018 Primary Election, Precinct Delegates that filled permanent vacancies at our November 13th County Convention, the most recent Republican nominees for County and State Legislative offices, incumbent members of Michigan Legislative offices, the Michigan Congressional Delegation, the Republican National Committeeman and National Committeewoman from Michigan and Michigan Republican Party Officers (see Rule 5B) where such person resides in the county in question will be seated and considered eligible to vote at this convention.
Diane J. Schindlbeck, Chairman of the Newaygo County Republican Executive Committee
The Newaygo County Republican Executive Committee meets the first Thursday of each month at The Fremont Commons, 5885 S Warner,in Fremont. Dinner is 5:30pm to *6:00pm, followed by the meeting at *6:00pm. Our meetings are open to the public and we would love to have you join us.
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2016 Presidential Results by Precinct
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2016 Trump/Clinton votes of 13 selected counties
MI Republican Talking Points
In 2010, Michigan’s “Lost Decade” ended when Republicans took back the Governor’s office and took full control of the State Legislature. Over the past 8 years, Michigan has been the “Comeback State” leading our nation’s economic recovery.
· Michigan home values have reached an all-time high. Since 2010, the value of Michigan homes has risen 46.5%. This increase is 16% above the national average. (Zillow)
· Adjusted for inflation, median household income in Michigan rose 12% from 2010 to 2016. This increase is 3.2% higher than the national average. (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)
· Unemployment in Michigan fell from 11.4% in November 2010 to 4.6% in November 2017 – a 60% decrease. This decrease is 2% better than the national average. In 2017, Michigan’s unemployment rate hit the lowest level in 17 years. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
· Michigan’s population grew by an estimated 78,182 people from 2010 to 2017. That increase is more than the number of people who live in the City of Kalamazoo and takes Michigan’s population up to 9,962,311 residents. This reverses the population losses the state suffered under Democrat control during the Lost Decade when the state lost 54,804 residents and we were number one for one-way moves out of state. (US Census Bureau)
· Michigan has reversed the “brain drain” flow. During the Lost Decade, college graduates were leaving the state in droves. Under Republican leadership, Michigan led the Midwest in net-bound inward migration of people with bachelor’s degrees from 2013-2015, and by 2017 more college graduates were staying in state than leaving. (US Census Bureau and Detroit Chamber of Commerce)
· In 2014, Republicans at the State Capitol led an unprecedented municipal restructuring for the City of Detroit. Since then, with the cooperation of State and local leaders and the Michigan business community, Detroit has made an amazing economic comeback. Adjusted for inflation, Detroit’s Gross City Product (GCP) rose 11.3% from 2010 to 2016. In 2016, Detroit GCP was at its highest level in 16 years. (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)
Hard Working Members
Email any of the committee members listed here, or use the handy contact form. We appreciate your interest!
Who to Contact
Diane Schindlbeck, Chairman
Glen Sparks Vice-Chair
Susie Rodriquez Recording Secretary
Diane Schindlbeck Facebook
Derrick McLeod, Treasurer
For High School and College outreach
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Michigan Republican Party Information
You can go to the link below and get Michigan State Party Information.
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