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Welcome to the Licking County Republican Party’s Website. We are proud of our fine Republican office holders and our solid Republican volunteers. We would welcome your participation in our Republican Party events. Click on our links and get to know our Republican Party. Licking County is the place to live and enjoy the values of good government and good people. Vote Republican and keep our party growing.

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Do you know a student that may be interested in our LCRP Intership Program?

Posted on: April 15th, 2017 by midnet.media

The Licking County Republican Party’s Internship Program is an opportunity for students to learn one or more aspects of the operations of a political party. Interns will have mentors from within the party who they will interact with each week. Mentors will include Republican Party officials, elected officials at the state, county and local levels of government, as well as judicial fields. Interns must be entering or in their junior or senior year in high school or be enrolled in college. Students seeking an internship shall complete the following information page and submit to the Licking County Republican Party 48 N. 4th St., Newark OH 43055 or emailed to LCRepublicanHQ@gmail.com. Internships dates are flexible and alternative time frames may be established upon approval of the Chairman and Vice Chairman. The program is conducted at the Republican Party Headquarters in Newark. Internships run 10-15 hours a week. Summer Hours are primarily Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Final schedules are set based upon the student’s availability in order to accommodate school and family activities. Students may participate in the program for multiple terms. For students who have completed a prior program, they will be given more advanced roles in their second, third or subsequent terms.

There are 3 Internship paths include:

Assistant Political Executive Director Internship – The Assistant Political Executive Director Intern will work in coordination with the Chairman and Vice Chairman in creating and maintaining a grassroots network and assisting in running the day to day operations of the headquarters. Interns will assist in developing ways to recruit grassroots volunteers, candidates and educate the republican voters. Interns should have experience working with Excel and Word computer programs. Interns will assist in identifying demographics within the voting population and develop strategy for outreach. Interns will be responsible for contacting elected official to gather information on campaigns and activities. Interns will assist in updating and maintaining data and contact information on elected officials, voters and volunteers. Interns will assist with scheduling political events and ensure proper staffing requirements are met.

Assistant Political Director Internship – The Assistant Political Director Intern will work in coordination with the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Political Director in creating a viable and strong political organizational framework. Interns will assist in developing regional activities with local townships, municipalities, county and state officials along with members of the Licking County Republican Executive and Central Committee members. Additionally, Interns will assist in establishing networking skills among these groups, as well as outreach programs to establish contacts of individuals who are interested in seeking office. Interns will be required to prepare reports on activities which will be submitted to the Executive Committee and be asked to present overview of their activities at the Executive Committee’s Monthly meeting.

Assistant Political Press/Public Relations Director Internship The Assistant Political Press/Public Relations Director Intern will work in coordination with the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Secretary with weekly contacting of current elected officials and potential candidates. Interns will conduct interviews of elected officials regarding the official’s job duties and responsibilities, current issues within the offices and community. Interns will be required to draft articles and press releases based on interviews conducted with elected officials. Interns will work with the Party’s Press contacts to establish contacts and relationships with reporters, as well as track press and media coverage, distribute and post press releases, and monitor Local, State and National Republican activities. Interns will assist in developing and implementing a social media strategy to effectively communicate the Licking County Republican Party’s priorities.


Licking Co Republican Women’s Club Dinner Meeting Wednesday, April 19

Posted on: April 15th, 2017 by midnet.media

Licking Co Republican Women’s Club Dinner Meeting Wednesday, April 19 at Palumbo’s Italian Market, 26 North Park Place in Downtown Newark. Social begins at 6pm. Our program features Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation Jerry Wray who will speak about the future of transportation. Please RSVP by 4/18 to: helenhall7@windstream.net or (740) 404-8865 (text or voice). Please note: ½ of North Park Place will be closed to vehicular traffic. Parking is available on West Church Street behind Palumbo’s. The Park National Bank parking lot is also available! You can enter the restaurant through either the rear or front doors

Newsletter – Filled to capacity!!! 2017 LCRP Lincoln Dinner!!! Thank you to everyone who attended and sponsored the event.

Posted on: April 3rd, 2017 by midnet.media






LOOKING AHEAD – LCRP EVENTS – Save the Dates!
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May 18th – Licking County Republican Party’s Prime Rib Dinner – $35 pp or $60 couple – LCRepublicanHQ@gmail.com to get details or to purchase tickets for the LCRP events.

May 24th – LCRP Business Social – SAVE the DATE – Details to follow
Looking to June- July- August – Licking County Republican Party – LCRP events.
• LCRP Morning Coffee Meet & Greets in Johnstown, Reynoldsburg, Hanover, Heath, Buckeye Lake, Pataskala, Newark, Granville, and Utica. Look for more information soon.
• LCRP Grassroots Seminar for Candidate & Elected Officials
• LCRP Judicial Social
• LCR Cigars & Bourbon Trail
• LCR Wine Fest
• LCRP Annual Picnic in August
• LCR Fall LobsterBake

April 19th – Licking County Republican Women’s Club meeting takes place on Wednesday, April 19 at Palumbo’s Italian Market, 26 North Park Place in Downtown Newark. Social begins at 6pm. Our program features Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation Jerry Wray who will speak about the future of transportation. Please RSVP by 4/17 to: helenhall7@windstream.net

Licking County Republican Party UPDATE & Lincoln Dinner March 26th

Posted on: March 5th, 2017 by midnet.media

03/05/2017 – Licking County Republican Party UPDATE –

Lincoln Dinner – LCGOP 2017 Lincoln Dinner March 26th

You are Cordially Invited to The Licking County Republican Party Annual Lincoln Dinner

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Keynote Speaker Dave YostState of Ohio Auditor & Candidate Ohio Attorney General

Special Guests: J.D. Vance Best-Selling Author “Hillbilly Elegy”

* Honorable Craig Baldwin, 5th District Court of Appeals

* Senator Jay Hottinger

* State Representative Scott Ryan

* James E. Hood, Candidate Licking County Municipal Judge

Invitation ATTACHED – RSVP TODAY – Pre-Paid TICKETS Required (attached invitation has all dinner, seating and sponsors options listed)

WHERE: The Ballroom at the Elks 73 N. 3rd Street, Newark, Ohio 43055

VIP Pre-Reception/ 5pm Grill Room & Dinner & Program/6pm Ballroom

Paid for by Licking County Republican Party 48 N 4th St. Newark OH 43055

MAIL RSVP & Payment by March 20,2017 – Make Checks Payable & Mail To:

Licking County Republican Party — PO Box 431, Newark, OH 43058-0431

Private VIP Pre-Reception Only 5pm $50 Per Person

Private VIP Pre-Reception & Dinner 5pm $115PerPerson

Dinner 6pm $60 Per Person (Open seating)

Dave Yost has spent his life looking for truth and fighting for justice. Our communities across Ohio and this nation are in need of leaders. Communities are facing increase crime and flood of drugs into our communities and the lives of our children.

Elected officials and Government need to be held accountable and Dave Yost is someone who has stood up to Fight for Justice. Ohio’s 32nd Auditor, his team’s work has led to criminal convictions for more than 110 public officials and found more than $220 million in efficiency savings for government. Dave Yost served for eight years as the elected prosecutor for Delaware County, winning the first capital murder case in the county’s history and taking down the county’s largest drug ring. He stood with the victims of crime, from women and children harmed by predators to law enforcement officers injured in the line of duty.

Dave Yost began his career as an award-winning newspaper reporter for the Columbus Citizen-Journal, and later practiced law with Burkam, Yost & Fuller in Delaware, before serving on city council and becoming the county auditor. He and his wife of 36 years, Darlene, have three grown children and three grandchildren. When not in the arena, Dave makes music with his children and friends, watches Buckeye football and resists the urge to eat peanut butter ice cream.

 

 


 

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James E. Hood Endorsement – On February 22, 2017 the Executive Committee of the Licking County Republican Party met and voted unanimously to endorse James E. “Jed” Hood for Municipal Court Judge. Hood is a graduate of West Liberty University, B.S. Criminal Justice and a graduate of The Capital University Law School, Juris Doctor. Hood is a respected third term elected City Attorney with a long record of success. Hood has prosecuted thousands of municipal court cases, successfully defended police officers against multimillion dollar claims, and protected our neighborhoods by closing nuisance properties. He is married to his wife Leslie of almost 15 years, they have two children and are members of St. Pius X Parish.

Richard E. Harris, Chairman of the Licking County Republican Central Committee, “I have worked with James Hood for over 11 years and he is an outstanding public servant that is committed to serving the people of Licking County as their Judge. If you know Hood, you know he can always be counted on to give exceptional legal advice, to listen to the concerns of his constituents, and be the first person to volunteer. Hood is the definition of a public servant, and the Republican Party is proud to endorse him for Judge.”

James E. “Jed” Hood, “I was taught at an early age to serve my community. My parents instilled into me a sense of duty to my country and my community and if you know me, that why I became a lawyer. I am proud to serve my community. Whether it is offering free legal assistance to the senior citizens center, a volunteer parks and recreation baseball coach, or volunteering at Cub Scout day camp at Camp Falling Rock. Once elected, I promise above all else to protect the public, support victims of crime, hold offenders responsible for their actions, and help address root causes to allow offenders to become law abiding citizens. I would like to thank the Licking County Republican Party for their endorsement, and I look forward to serving all Licking County residents as their next Municipal Court Judge.”

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Licking County Republican Women Meeting Wednesday, March 15 at Palumbo’s Italian Market, 26 N Park Place in Downtown Newark Social 6pm. Program features Licking County Commissioner Tim Bubb who will speak about the restoration and preservation of our historic 1876 Licking County Courthouse. Also speaking will be Licking County Engineer Jared Knerr who will provide information about the Licking County bridge replacement program. Please RSVP by 3/13 to: helenhall7@windstream.net or (740) 404-8865 (text or voice). (Please note: North Park Place will be closed to vehicular traffic. Parking is available on West Church Street behind Palumbo’s. The Park National Bank parking lot is also available! You can enter the restaurant through either the rear or front doors.)

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Licking County Republican Party’s Finance Committee meeting March 16th 5:30pm Elks Club in Newark – Text or call Marc for details on how you can help with volunteering, planning, organizing and /or participating with the committee’s upcoming events for this year. 740-975-5866

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The Licking County Republican Party’s Internship Program - Applications are being accepted for the Summer Term – June 10-Aug. 10 . The Internship Program is an opportunity for students to learn one or more aspects of the operations of a political party. Interns will have mentors from within the party who they will interact with each week. Mentors will include Republican Party officials, elected officials at the state, county and local levels of government, as well as judicial fields. Interns must be entering or in their junior or senior year in high school or be enrolled in college. Students seeking an internship shall complete the following (attached) information page and submit to the Licking County Republican Party c/o Billie Fiore-Zimmers, Chairman. Applications may be sent to Licking County Republican Party 48 N. 4th St., Newark OH 43055 or emailed to LCRepublicanHQ@gmail.com. Internships dates are flexible and alternative time frames may be established upon approval of the Chairman and Vice Chairman. The program is conducted at the Republican Party Headquarters in Newark. Internships run 10-15 hours a week. Summer Hours are primarily Monday and Wednesday mornings. Final schedules are set based upon the student’s availability in order to accommodate school and family activities. Additionally, travel around the county to meet and work with elected officials may be included in some of the programs. Schedules are set based on weekly assignments. Some evening hours may be required to attend political or community events and Republican Executive Committee meetings. Students may participate in the program for multiple terms. For students who have completed a prior program, they will be given more advanced roles in their second, third or subsequent terms.

There are 3 Internship paths include:

Assistant Political Executive Director Internship – The Assistant Political Executive Director Intern will work in coordination with the Chairman and Vice Chairman in creating and maintaining a grassroots network and assisting in running the day to day operations of the headquarters. Interns will assist in developing ways to recruit grassroots volunteers, candidates and educate the republican voters. Interns should have experience working with Excel and Word computer programs. Interns will assist in identifying demographics within the voting population and develop strategy for outreach. Interns will be responsible for contacting elected official to gather information on campaigns and activities. Interns will assist in updating and maintaining data and contact information on elected officials, voters and volunteers. Interns will assist with scheduling political events and ensure proper staffing requirements are met.

Assistant Political Director Internship – The Assistant Political Director Intern will work in coordination with the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Political Director in creating a viable and strong political organizational framework. Interns will assist in developing regional activities with local townships, municipalities, county and state officials along with members of the Licking County Republican Executive and Central Committee members. Additionally, Interns will assist in establishing networking skills among these groups, as well as outreach programs to establish contacts of individuals who are interested in seeking office. Interns will be required to prepare reports on activities which will be submitted to the Executive Committee and be asked to present overview of their activities at the Executive Committee’s Monthly meeting.

Assistant Political Press/Public Relations Director Internship – The Assistant Political Press/Public Relations Director Intern will work in coordination with the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Secretary with weekly contacting of current elected officials and potential candidates. Interns will conduct interviews of elected officials regarding the official’s job duties and responsibilities, current issues within the offices and community. Interns will be required to draft articles and press releases based on interviews conducted with elected officials. Interns will work with the Party’s Press contacts to establish contacts and relationships with reporters, as well as track press and media coverage, distribute and post press releases, and monitor Local, State and National Republican activities. Interns will assist in developing and implementing a social media strategy to effectively communicate the Licking County Republican Party’s priorities.

 

 

 


 

Licking County Republican Women’s Club – meeting March 15 -Speaker Tim Bubb

Posted on: March 4th, 2017 by midnet.media

Licking County Republican Women’s Club – meeting Wednesday, March 15 at Palumbo’s Italian Market, 26 North Park Place in Downtown Newark. Social begins at 6pm.  Our program features Licking County Commissioner Tim Bubb who will speak about the restoration and preservation of our historic 1876 Licking County Courthouse.  Also speaking will be Licking County Engineer Jared Knerr who will provide information about the Licking County bridge replacement program.

Please RSVP by 3/13 to: helenhall7@windstream.net or (740) 404-8865 (text or voice). (Please note: North Park Place will be closed to vehicular traffic.  Parking is available on West Church Street behind Palumbo’s.  The Park National Bank parking lot is also available!  You can enter the restaurant through either the rear or front doors.)

 

Updated Events

Posted on: February 5th, 2017 by midnet.media

Updated Events:

Feb 15 Licking County Republican Women’s Club Meeting at Palumbo’s Italian Market, 26 North Park Place in Downtown Newark.  Social begins at 6pm.  Program features Newark Mayor Jeff Hall who will be speaking about the historic preservation and revitalization of our County seat.  Please RSVP by 2/14 to: helenhall7@windstream.net or (740) 404-8865 (text or voice).

Feb 23rd Event for Baldwin for Judge - From: Park Shai.  RE: Craig Baldwin -     Craig Baldwin is our Ohio appeals court Judge. There is a Fundraiser February the 23rd at the Skylight in Downtown Newark. There are levels of $250, $500 and $1000 for sponsors. I would much appreciate any support if you have interest. You can send checks to my address below made out to Craig Baldwin for Judge. Thank you for any consideration. Sincerely, Park pshai@shaicommercial.com J.Park Shai 4009 Columbus Road SW, suite 333, Granville, OH 43023.

March 26th Licking County Republican Party’s Annual Lincoln Dinner You are Cordially Invited to The Licking County Republican Party Annual Lincoln Dinner Sunday, March 26, 2017Keynote Speaker Dave Yost, State of Ohio Auditor & Candidate Ohio Attorney General. Special Guests: J.D. Vance, Best-Selling Author “Hillbilly Elegy”; Honorable Craig Baldwin, 5th District Court of Appeals; Senator Jay Hottinger ; State Representative Scott Ryan; James E. Hood, Candidate Licking County Municipal Judge. WHERE: The Ballroom at the Elks 73 N. 3rd Street, Newark, Ohio 43055.  VIP Pre-Reception/ 5pm Grill Room.   Dinner & Program/6pm Ballroom. Paid for by Licking County Republican Party 48 N 4th St. Newark OH 43055. MAIL RSVP & Payment by March 20,2017 – Make Checks Payable & Mail To: Licking County Republican Party — PO Box 431, Newark, OH 43058-0431.

#__ Private VIP Pre-Reception Only 5pm $50 Per Person                         ___x  $50= _____

#__ Private VIP Pre-Reception & Dinner 5pm $115PerPerson                  ___x $115 =____

(VIP Reception & Reserved Dinner Seating)

 

#__ Dinner 6pm $60 Per Person (Open seating)                                         ___x $60 =______

___ Chairman’s Table Sponsor $675                                                           ___x $675 =_____

(Priority Reserved Table for 8 & 2 VIP Pre-reception Tickets)

___ Lincoln Day Sponsor $775 ___x$775=______

(Priority Reserved Table for 8 & 4 VIP Pre-reception Tickets)

___ Presidents’ Sponsor $1000                                                                 ___x$1000=_____

(Priority Reserved Table for 8 & 8 VIP Pre-reception Tickets)

Program Sponsorship Options

___ Friend Level $50 Single Line Listing in the Program                             ___x $50 =_____

___ Bronze Elephant Level: $150           (¼ Page Ad in the Program)      ___x $150=_____

___ Silver Elephant Level: $250 (½ Page Ad in the Program)                   ___x  $250=_____

___ Gold Elephant Level: $500 (Full Page Ad         in the Program)         ___x  $500=_____

___ No, I/We cannot attend the event, but have enclosed a donation                 $_______

TOTAL ENCLOSED: $_______

Name(s): (List all guests)___________________________________________________________

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________________________________________________________________________________

Address/City/St/Zip:_______________________________________________________________

(Ohio law requires full addresses. No PO Box)

Employer & Occupation:____________________________________________________________

(Required for amounts = or > $100)

Phone Number___________________________________________________________________

Email:__________________________________________________________________________

Program Sponsor: How the name should be listed:______________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

For Information Contact Richard Harris 614-542-7871 or  Billie Fiore Zimmers 614-296-9350 LCRepublicanHQ@gmail.com

Paid for by Licking County Republican Party 48 N 4th St., Newark, OH 43055

 

 

 

 

 

 

Update: Republican Elected Officials Working For You Newsletter, Lincoln Dinner & more

Posted on: February 2nd, 2017 by midnet.media

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ohio’s 18 electors cast their votes for President-Elect Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence

Posted on: December 19th, 2016 by midnet.media

Today, Ohio’s 18 electors cast their votes for  President-Elect Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence .

 

 

 

Annual LCRW Holiday Party & Auction on Thursday, December 15 at 6:30pm

Posted on: December 5th, 2016 by midnet.media

Annual LCRW Holiday Party & Auction on Thursday, December 15 at 6:30pm at the Elks Lodge Ballroom – 73 North 3rd Street, Downtown Newark.

$20 per person / $35 per couple

Hors d’Oeuvres Ÿ Entertainment by Shawna Corder Ÿ Cash Bar

Questions? RSVP by December 12: Kathy Wise: (740) 366-9022 or wise@alink.com

 

President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration

Posted on: December 5th, 2016 by midnet.media

President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration
You can find information about President-elect Trump’s transition at www.greatagain.gov
and information about the 58th Presidential Inauguration at www.inaugural.senate.gov