You’ve Registered to Vote. Now What?

Registering to vote is the first step to participating in an election, but now what do you do? We’re here to help your voting experience run smoothly. Here’s a checklist of things to do before election day 2018. 1. Find Your Polling Place Your polling place should be listed on your voter ID card. If you’ve misplaced your card or haven’t received it yet, no worries! Simply go to https://s1.sos.mo.gov/elections/voterlookup/ to find your polling place. 2. Determine Your Method of Voting Believe [...]

You’ve Registered to Vote. Now What? 2018-10-25T12:32:06+00:00

How You Can Help Achieve A Republican Victory in 2018

We have recently received a lot of concerns about the upcoming November election; especially in regard to the high volume of Democratic campaign activists in St. Charles County. The only way to combat the workings of the Democratic Party is to motivate local Republicans to participate in RNC and local party initiatives. Winning results are not handed to one party or another. Both parties work tirelessly for months leading up to an election. Republicans—it’s time to step up and make an impact. [...]

How You Can Help Achieve A Republican Victory in 2018 2018-10-22T14:58:33+00:00

Clean Missouri-Amendment 1 Resolution–St. Charles County Republican Central Committee

St. Charles County Republican Central Committee Clean Missouri-Amendment 1 Resolution WHEREAS, the voters of Missouri will be asked on November 6, 2018, to vote yes or no regarding Constitutional Amendment # 1 (the so-called “Clean Missouri” Initiative); WHEREAS, the main purpose of Constitutional Amendment # 1) is to radically change the design of State Representatives’ and Senators’ districts.  If passed, the Amendment will eliminate the people’s elected representatives from any part of drawing legislative districts and will enable an appointee of the [...]

Clean Missouri-Amendment 1 Resolution–St. Charles County Republican Central Committee 2018-10-23T12:32:35+00:00

Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

Elections have consequences. Judge Brett Michael Kavanaugh Donald Trump promised to appoint distinguished, conservative judges to the Supreme Court and showed the American People a list of candidates he planned to consider when elected.  Republican candidates for the US Senate assured voters in their states they would support conservative judges who would not “legislate” from the Bench.  President Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh, one of the candidates on his list, to a seat on the Supreme Court. Judge Kavanaugh has an [...]

Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court 2018-09-29T11:56:04+00:00

Voting When Away at School

Voting When Away at School College, like voting, can be an exciting, yet confusing time in a young adult’s life. We’re here to help make the voting experience easier while you are away at school. Students have several options on how to cast their ballots, even if they’re miles from home. Absentee Voting Absentee voting allows registered voters to cast their ballots before election day. Absentee ballots can be submitted by mail or in-person up to six weeks before the election. For [...]

Voting When Away at School 2018-09-19T19:54:35+00:00