CDRW Annual Fundraiser Banquet w/ Glen Morgan

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CDRW is a close Republican organization for the Wenatchee Valley. They are having their annual banquet with silent auction.
They have an amazing guest speaker with Glen Morgan.  Please consider supporting their efforts.
What: Chelan-Douglas Republican Women's Club
Speaker:  Glen Morgan - Founder of "We The Governed"
Date:  August 18th, 2021 (Wednesday)
Time: 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Location:  Wenatchee Red Lion
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Public Notice: County Clerk Appointment Recommendation

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Calling all qualified Republicans.  The County Clerk position will become vaccant later this month.  This is an partisan elected office in Douglas County.  We are accepting applications to join our vetting process.  This process will result in a slate of recommendations to the Douglas County Board of Commissioners for their consideration and final appointment.

If you are an interested and qualified Repulican residing in Douglas County, please email your resume and request for consideration to dcrccemail [at] gmail [dot] com.   All requests are due by June 8th 2021.


Voter Registration Drive - May 29th & 30th

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Come join us at the Gun Show at the Wenatchee Convention Center. Sat 9a-5p & Sun 9a-4p. We will be doing Voter Registration and Ballot Initiative signature gathering. Our booth is to the right once you come through the main gate.


Rep. Keith Goehner issues statement on operating budget

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On Sunday, the Legislature adjourned the 2021 legislative session by passing an operating budget that spends a record $58.9 billion over the previous biennium, an increase of $7 billion or 13.6%.

The spending plan passed on a party-line vote in the House of Representatives, 57-40. Rep. Keith Goehner, R-Dryden, issued the following statement:

"There are some very important priorities funded in the operating budget such as the Working Families Tax Credit, long-term forest health management, the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund, and public health.

"However, this was not a budget I could support. The minority party was left out of the budget negotiations, and we, along with the public, did not see the final 1,100-page budget document until Day 104 of the 105-day session. Our state government needs to be more transparent and accountable.

"This budget also continues a concerning pattern of increased spending. I fear as we come out of the pandemic with the unknowns surrounding our economy, this spending plan is unsustainable. Spending has increased 74% since 2013.

"There was enough taxpayer revenue this session to fund priority issues without cutting vital services. Unfortunately, this budget not only increases spending more than 13%, but it includes a capital gains income tax that is unnecessary and likely unconstitutional. It also drains the rainy day fund.

"With a more bipartisan approach, we could have come up with a fiscally-responsible, long-term budget plan that would benefit working families and our communities during a time of economic uncertainty."

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