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MARCHING IN THE PARADE!
OUR STRAIGHT SHOOTERS! AT THE SKEET SHOOT!
Online Voter RegistrationRecently, Pennsylvania began online voter registration. Heading into a critical election cycle with important races in 2015 and 2016, it is important we register as many new Republicans as possible. To get someone you know registered to vote online, please use http://register.votespa.com.
GREAT picnic, GREAT weather, GREAT food and GREAT Candidates ...See Below!
Rep. Will Tallman, Congressman Perry and Commissioner Randy Phiel and Rep. Dan Moul
PA State wide Judge races: Judge Mike George running for Supreme Court Judge, Superior Judge Judy Olson running for Supreme Court, Paul Lalley running for Commonwealth Judge.
Rep Tallman, Shawn Wagner and Christy Simpson and Rep. Dan Moul.
Celebrating their 250th Anniversary !
Before the parade! With Corvair Convertible!
ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN AND VICE CHAIRMAN AT ACRC BIANNUAL CONVENTION
Pictured above are Chad Collie, Vice Chair and
Elizabeth Hower, Chairman both re-elected to their positions.
Pictures from our first Reagan Roundup!
TOO Much FUN!
at the roundup.............
Gettysburg Jr. ROTC to present the colors.........
Judge Mike George (running for PA Supreme Court Judge)
Christy Simpson( running for Common Pleas Judge)
Judge Emil Giordano (running for Superior Court Judge)
Leggy and Toko
Horseback rides for Kids
Adams County Young Conservatives ESSAY CONTEST
ONE OF WINNING ESSAYS BELOW by Daniel Spangler
Young Conservatives with the Congressman Perry
Why is Voting in a
Primary Election Important?
By Daniel Spangler
Do you know that voting is a very special
privilege for all of us in
The United States of America? Are you ready to use this privilege in May when the primary
elections come? The United States of America is the best country in the world because
every citizen eighteen and over can vote.
It doesn't matter who your
friends are, how much money you make or what
religion you are. You still
have the right to vote. Everyone has one
one vote, so we all are equal!
Every single vote sends a message that tells
candidates what you support and
what you believe. This is why it is
important to vote.
Even in a
primary election, your vote still matters because it tells what
you believe or what
changes you would like. The people who
are in your
local government offices make decisions that will effect
your life now and
in the future. You
can help make decisions about local schools, police and
fire departments, court systems and much more when you
vote in the
primary elections. Because this great country is a
republic and we have the
privilege of being able to choose a leader to best
represent us, it is important
to take the time to learn about the candidates, think about
who you will vote
for, and then go vote. This way we have a voice in current issues.
elections are important, local primaries are too because
these people still represent us and have decision- making
power. If you don't
take a stand for what you believe by voting, nothing may ever change.
addition, all politicians everywhere, watch to see what age group of
people votes the most.
Then they use that information to help them decide
what actions to take. For example, if most of the voters
were sixty years or
older, the politicians are going to listen to what is
important to them more
than a younger group with
less voters. This is a reason to
get your friends
to vote. Then you�ll have more people in your age group and
will be more likely to listen to you.
You have an opportunity to impact the future. You
do have a voice
with opinions that matter.
Don't stay quiet. Let your voice be heard and
vote in the primaries on May 19.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE
A completely revamped version of the General Assembly's website was launched on November 5 to give
the public better access to a wide array of Legislative information, including bill text and history, vote in the
Senate and the House, committee meetings and votes, and much more.
The website is www.legis.state.pa.us
2013 Swearing In Ceremony Photos