The Iosco County Republicans meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the home of Maureen Rudel, 910 E. Bay St.. The meetings are at 7:00 p.m. This may change when the State Party schedules County Conventions.
Although these meetings include the Executive Committee, all who are interested are welcome to attend and join with the Iosco County Republicans.
SUNRISE SIDE REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S CLUB
The Sunrise Side Republican Women's Club holds monthly meetings on the 4th Monday of the month. The location and speaker will be announced for each meeting. Unless otherwise stated, the lunch will be at 11:30 a.m.
The officers are: Linda Glomski, President, 739-7170, Jane Hayward, Vice President, 739-3126, Sonia Glass, Secretary, 739-9731, and Rachel McCready Treasurer, 362-2337.
You can send dues and correspondence to SSRWC P.O. Box 234 Tawas City, MI 48764.
The picnic will be Wednesday August 26th. Lakewood Shores. 6pm.
The public is invited and welcome.
Sunrise Side Republican Women’s Annual Picnic
Celebrating 25 Years as a Club
Date: Wednesday, August
Place: Lakewood Shores Pavilion, Oscoda, Mi
Time: 6:00 p.m. Cost: $15 per Person
Hot Dogs, Side Dishes
Dessert & Beverages
Speakers – Silent Auction – Fun – Good Food
Reservations – Call Sandy Hollabaugh -
Jane Hayward - 989739-3126, - or
Detach and mail to Sandy Hollabaugh, 4928 E. Cedar Lake Dr.,
Greenbush, MI 48738. Make checks payable to SSRWC
Names of people
Amount enclosed: ______________
IOSCO COUNTY REPUBLICANS
Official Call to the Iosco 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, August 13, 2020 at Maureen Rudel's home at 910 E. Bay St., East Tawas, Michigan, 48730.
The purpose of this meeting shall be to elect Delegates and Alternates to the August 29, 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. At this time, it appears that this will be a virtual convention since the Governor's orders preclude a group as large as ours to meet anywhere.
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, David Chandler, or Maureen Rudel 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 4, 2020 Primary Election, 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 where such person resides in the county in question will be seated and considered eligible to vote at this convention.
Chairman, Iosco County Republican Executive Committee
MEETING -- Thursday, August
13, 2020 at
p.m. (Will start right after the Convention)
Maureen Rudel's Home, 910 E. Bay St. -- East Tawas
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes
All Republicans are welcome to attend and contribute their thoughts to our discussions.
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