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
National Popular Vote Interstate Compact Resolution!!
National Popular Vote Interstate Compact
The Electoral College was established by the framers of the U.S. Constitution as a mechanism for the selection of the head of our Executive Branch of government. This system attempted to ease the control of the “hinterland” by the heavier populated urban areas of the nation. In many ways it has demonstrated success. However, critics have long complained that this system is unfair, insisting that the “popular vote” should determine the election winner.
Attempts to change the Electoral College have been pursued: substituting a split of the votes per state as opposed to “winner take all” or attempting to eliminate the Electoral College via constitutional amendment.
The latest attempt now being offered up is the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NVIC). This is an Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote. Currently 15 States and the District of Columbia have adopted this agreement. This represents 72.6% of the needed 270 votes to select the President.
Newaygo County Republicans firmly reject the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact and urge our State governmental leaders to do the same!
Resolution Adopted on August 1st, 2019- Internet-Public Commons or Private Company?
Google, which controls 92% of the internet search market, has U.S. authorities looking at them as a monopoly, needing antitrust intervention. Other major tech platforms, including Facebook and Twitter, have been openly criticized for employing monopolistic control over their content.
Project Veritas’ undercover sting revealed Google actively blocking political viewpoints, restricting access and prioritizing items presented in search requests. Much of this action is overt and many times subliminal. Regardless of the method, the purpose is to control opinion and direct political power. This display of information funneling is extremely troubling and is toxic to our 1st Amendment freedoms.
At issue is whether these Tech Companies are private and operate as “publishers” of content and opinion, the same as a newspaper?
Are these Tech Companies public commons that operate as “utilities”, presenting all information regardless of its content and recipients, the same as an electric utility?
Rep. John Reilly, Oakland Township, has introduced HB 4801. This bill would make it illegal to “censor, ban or shadow-ban”, or use other means to exercise viewpoint discrimination against users on the basis of the person’s political opinions.
Newaygo County Republicans support this measure and strongly confirm that full information must be provided to the public-absent editing and/or opinion of the internet provider.
Resolution adopted by the Newaygo County Republican Party on June 6, 2019
The Trump Administration has implemented a new set of Tariffs which will be levied upon all products and services entering the USA from Mexico. This program will be implemented in a series of step percentages starting at 5% and increasing in 5% increments to 25%. Cash money transfers (remittances) leaving the USA to Mexico may also be addressed.
This action is being initiated by President Trump in response to the organized and well funded caravans of immigrants leaving Central America then crossing Mexican territory to seek "asylum" here in the United States. Hopefully, the Mexican Government will aggressively intervene and curtail this assault on our sovereignty.
It is unfortunate that the Washington swamp dwellers, deep state and the never Trumpers have employed every tool at their disposal to block or delay any attempt to secure our southern border. Court filings and lawsuits, funding blockages with congressional involvement and legislative inaction have forced this tariff dilemma.
Donald Trump took an oath to "protect and defend the United States from all enemies foreign and domestic". Donald Trump, as our president is pursuing this oath of office with total commitment. Any individual swearing this oath must join the fight or be electorally defeated, impeached from the court or jailed if convicted of this treasonous crime. The rest of us, including Newaygo County Republicans, must rise up and get behind President Trump.
Disaster Request Denied
Newaygo County experienced an extremely abnormal and devastating weather event on March 14th, 2019. Heavy rain on snow covered frozen ground resulted in extreme flooding throughout our county.
This immediately caused impassible roadways, damaged parks and wastewater facilities along with flooded homes. Governor Whitmer’s Administration immediately declared our county an emergency disaster.
Newaygo County lost 11 culverts and endured severe damage to 33 roads with a cost of upwards of $300,000!! The Newaygo County Road Commission spent 30% of its non-dedicated budget trying to cope with this weather impact.
With the Disaster Declaration in place our Road Commission turned to the state for help, requesting funds from the Disaster and Emergency fund. That request was DENIED!
After running with an explicit theme- “Fix the Damn Roads”, Governor Whitmer is demonstrating whose and what roads are important to her. Is our rural community insignificant to her political fortunes?
Newaygo County Republicans respectfully urge the Governor to reconsider our Road Commission’s request for emergency dollars to repair our roads.
Disasters are non-partisan as to who suffers and should be non-partisan as to who is helped.
Infanticide Resolution Passed by Newaygo County
Unanimous Support to Reject U.S. Senator’s Votes
Fremont, MI: (Immediate Release) The Newaygo County Republican Executive Committee unanimously rejected the infanticide vote taken in U.S. Senate regarding a bill (S 311) called the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act”.
“Our Michigan Senators Peters and Stabenow each voted for infanticide” said, Diane Schindlbeck, Newaygo County Chair. “The ‘Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act’, voted against by each of Michigan’s two Democrat Senators, merely requires that a baby born alive after a failed abortion be afforded health care similar to any other child born alive at the same gestation age. Democrats who want ‘free health care for all’ somehow cannot provide any health care to an innocent survivor baby."
The Resolution (attached with this release) unanimously approved by the Committee states in part: “Newaygo County Republicans believe that the unborn deserve the protection of law and that killing via abortion is inhumane. But this vote is not about a woman's choice- it affirms infanticide.”
Schindlbeck (White Cloud) was recently elected to a two year term as Chair. She follows Michigan Senator Jon Bumstead (R - District 34). Schindlbeck is also founder of the West Michigan Republicans. Learn more about West Michigan Republicans here http://www.leadersforthepeople.com/. She is also co-founder of the Michigan Trump Republicans (https://m.facebook.com/MichiganTrumpRepublicans/).
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Newaygo County Republicans invite you to learn more about us and our involvement at the local, county and state levels. We like balanced budgets, smaller government, local control, opportunity for all, defending the Constitution, freedom, and our 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 Republicans has distinguished itself statewide, as a premier Michigan grassroots political organization…...representative government at its best. We are the ultimate growth and opportunity political party. To have the enjoyable experience of a lifetime, including by making a difference in the elections, get involved with us. We look forward to seeing you. For information email email@example.com or call 616-502-6192. Learn more here http://www.newaygorepublicans.org/
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.
Watch Here for Upcoming Events
"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
The Newaygo County Republican Executive Committee meets the first Thursday of each month at Lakes 23, 1100 Ramshorn Dr, Fremont. Dinner is 5:30pm,followed by the meeting at 6:00pm. Our meetings are open to the public and we would love to have you join us.
April no meeting due to covid19 restrictions
May no meeting due to covid19 restrictions
June no meeting due to covid19 restrictions
July 2nd,2020 *Yes,we will be holding our meeting*
August 6th,2020 no meeting due to Call to Convention
August 13th,2020 County Call to Convention
September 28th,2020 *Lincoln Day Dinner more information to come
Newaygo County Call to Convention
Hello Newaygo County Precinct Delegates,
Our Call to Convention for August 13, 2020 that will be held at Lakes 23 Restaurant & Pub, 1100 Ramshorn Drive in Fremont at 7:00 pm. This convention will replace our regular executive committee meeting that was scheduled for August 6th.
A hard copy of the Call will be mailed to your residence. If there are changes or additional Executive Orders that will require us NOT to be able to meet in person, we will advise you and perform our convention by email as we did last time.
The purpose of this meeting shall be to elect Delegates and Alternates to the August 29th, 2020 State Convention. The purpose of the State Convention is to elect 16 Presidential Electors and nominate two candidates for each of the following offices; Michigan Supreme Court, State Board of Education, Michigan State University Board of Trustees, University of Michigan Board of Regents and Wayne State University Board of Governors.
We will also welcome all newly elected Precinct Delegates from the August 4th primary.
Looking forward to seeing everyone then.
Diane J. Schindlbeck
Important Dates for 2020 Candidates, Precinct Delegates and Voters
State Committees (Separate from State Convention)
February 8th, 2020
March 26th, 2020
August 13th, 2020
Saturday June 13th,2020 Virtual
August 29, 2020
August 24-27, 2020
March 10, 2020
Candidate Filing Deadline:
Candidates April 21, 2020
Precinct Delegate Filing Deadline
Precinct Delegates May 5, 2020
State Primary Election:
August 4, 2020
November 3, 2020
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
Michelle Kuikstra, Correspondence Secretary
Diane Schindlbeck Facebook
Derrick McLeod, Treasurer
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Michigan Republican Party Information
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