Saint Paul Republicans, SPRCC

Saving Elephants One Vote At A Time

Early Voting Starts today, September 18th!

Vote Early to Avoid Lines on Election Day at the below locations in Ramsey County.

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Ramsey County Early Voting Locations

Vote in Person

Beginning Sept. 18, Ramsey County voters may vote in-person by using an absentee ballot at three locations. Eligible voters may visit any location, regardless of their home address. Ballots do not need to be requested in advance.

These sites are open Sept 18 – Nov. 2, 2020:

Ramsey County Elections Office.
90 Plato Blvd W # 160, St Paul, MN 55107

New Brighton Community Center.
400 10th St NW, New Brighton, MN 55112

Ramsey County Library – Roseville.
2180 Hamline Ave N, Roseville, MN 55113

Hours: All locations will be open the following hours:

  • Weekdays Sept. 18 – Oct. 30: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 31: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Monday, Nov. 2: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

It’s not too late to request an absentee ballot. You can do so online by going to this link: https://mnvotes.sos.state.mn.us/ABRegistration/ABRegistrationStep1.aspx

Save an Elephant, Vote Republican.

https://www.ramseycounty.us/residents/elections-voting/voters/vote-election-day/vote-person

Get Out The Vote

A Letter From our MNGOP Chairwoman

Dear Minnesota Republicans,

We are just a week away from the August 11th Minnesota Primary and the importance of your vote and voice matters.

The left has long been positioning to change our election laws and the way we vote – by hiding behind COVID to encourage a system of all voting by mail.  Today, the Star Tribune, the Democratic Party’s media arm, ran this story to highlight, reinforce and encourage voting by mail. Click on the underlined hyperlink to read the story.

An excerpt from the article here: 

Voters across the state have requested 10 times as many absentee ballots for the upcoming Aug. 11 primary election as in the primary election four years ago. As of Friday, about 545,830 absentee ballots had been requested, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. At that point in 2016, there were 25,930 ballot requests; in 2018, there had been about 54,265 requests by the end of July.

What the article does not mention is the enormous marketing investment made into promoting the vote by mail initiative.  From the Governor to the Secretary of State’s office: significant dollars have been spent on  direct mail to voters homes, promotion in local citywide publications and a public relations push statewide.

In general absentee ballot requests would increase this cycle with the onset of COVID-19, but the narrative presented doesn’t give the full picture.

If McDonald’s Corporation spent $0 on marketing versus the $1 billion a year they spend; do you think sales would decrease, increase or remain flat? This is the same concept.

The bottom line is this: the Democratic Party wants to transform our elections to all voting by mail, so they can steal the election on November 3rd.  Watch the video below for more information.

To see a very intriguing ‘test story’ on voting by mail. Click here to watch WRDW’s piece.

As always, thanks for what you do.  We must stand tough and strong and fight for our country!

Sincerely,

Jennifer Carnahan

MUST WATCH: The Difference Between Absentee Voting and All Voting By Mail

Vote Endorsed Republican Candidates on Aug 11! 

This primary season we have several Republican candidates that chose not to honor the endorsement process of our party.  The endorsement process is the voice and vote of our grassroots. This process is what allows the party to stand behind our candidates 100%.

Instead of handling lost endorsement races with grace; most of these candidates place blame on everyone but themselves. Their approach has been vitriolic and full of mud-slinging. Their goal: divide our party and force our organization to spend thousands of dollars defending our endorsed candidates.

It’s important we vote for our endorsed candidates on August 11th!  Please don’t forget to vote!

Jason Lewis
Kendall and Sia

Lacy and Pete

Michelle

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Jennifer Carnahan, Chair
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Republican Party of Minnesota
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Edina, MN 55439
(651) 222-0022
www.mngop.com
Convention, SPRCC

SPRCC 2019 Summer Convention

SPRCC Summer Convention

When: Saturday, August 24th, 3:00pm to 4:30pm
3:00pm Registration
3:30pm Call to Order and First Credentials Reading
3:50pm Final Credentials Reading
Location: Eustis Bldg, 1399 Eustis St, St. Paul, MN, 55108-1548.

Meeting is for SPRCC Delegates and Alternates that were elected during the 2018 Precinct Caucuses.  Other residents of Saint Paul who subscribe to the Republican philosophy are invited to attend but only registered Delegates (and seated Alternates) can vote on motions.

Delegates and Alternates, please make every effort to attend so we make quorum.  For most Wards, Alternates will most likely be seated.

Convention Documents:

SPRCC Delegates and Alternates

SPRCC 2019 Summer Convention Rules

SPRCC 2019 Summer Convention Agenda

Primary Convention Business:

  • Seeking to Fill Open Ward 2 Vice Chair
  • Saint Paul City Wide Trash Collection
    • Nomination and discussion on what SPRCC stance should be for November 5th Trash Referendum (If State Supreme Court rules on August 20th to not allow a referendum vote we will remove this as business item)
  • Break Out By Ward to Vote On City Council Candidate “Recommended Status”
    • This is not an endorsing convention.  Delegates will convene by Ward to vote (60% majority) of who they recommend to be the best candidate to represent their Ward.

Sara Michener
Chair of SPRCC

Jeff Carnes
Deputy Chair of SPRCC

Chair@SaintPaulRepublicans-MNGOP.com
www.SaintPaulRepublicans-MNGOP.com
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