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Adams County Republicans care about you, your family, your children, your property rights and our country. 
 
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           CHECK OUT THE CANDIDATE'S PAGE, 2015   PRIMARY, AND SEE WHO IS RUNNING FOR OFFICE

IN YOUR AREA ON MAY 19TH!

CHECK OUT OUR REAGAN ROUNDUP INFO WHILE YOU ARE AT IT!


                                                 

         

REAGAN ROUNDUP FAMILY FUN DAY SET FOR MAY 16TH


                

                                            The community is invited to share in an afternoon of old fashioned

                                                family fun at the first ever Reagan Roundup Family Picnic,

                                   set for Saturday, May 16th, 2:00 - 6:00 pm, at the Artillery Ridge Campground,

                   610 Taneytown Road, Gettysburg, and hosted by the Adams County Republican Committee.

                                                  More info. and Registration Form on the Reagan Round up tab.  



                                Free Horse back rides for kids***Games****Food ***Family Fun


                             

                                                 ONE OF WINNING ESSAYS BELOW





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  Young Conservatives with the Congressman Perry

                                                                            ONE OF THE WINNING ESSAYS IN THE YOUNG CONSERVATIVE CONTEST 


                                                                  

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 and only 

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.  


Though national  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. 


          In 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 the politicians

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.


         


 





                          


Adams County Young Conservatives Sponsoring Essay Contest

The ACYC is sponsoring an essay contest about the �Importance of Voting�. The purpose of the contest is to raise more interest  and awareness of the May 19, 2015, Primary Election.  Zach Brillhart said, �Since there is not a Presidential election or gubernatorial election this year, most people are not very interested in going to the polls to vote.  In reality there are important judges to be elected and many local offices need to be filled.�    

There will be two age groups for participants: Ages 10 to 14 and Ages 15 to 19.

The students can chose from the following topics:

Why is local government important?

Why is voting in a primary election important?

Why should every eligible citizen be involved, informed and vote?

The essay can be between 300 to 500 words, must be double spaced and typed.    

$50 gift card prizes will be awarded for the best essay in each age category.

Other prizes will be offered as well.  Essays must be submitted by April 30, 2015.

If submitted electronically use the following email address: eah7274@embarqmail.com

Or you may mail the essay to:   Zach Brillhart/Essay Contest, PO Box 3415, Gettysburg, PA 17325  

Questions or need more information call �717-338-9085..

                                                                

OFFICES TO BE NOMINATED

MAY 19, 2015 MUNICIPAL PRIMARY


STATEWIDE OFFICES (All precincts)

Justice of the Supreme Court (3)

Judge of the Superior Court (1)

Judge of the Commonwealth Court (1)

COUNTY OFFICES (All precincts)

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas (2)

Commissioner (3) 4 year term

Register and Recorder (1) 4 year term

Prothonotary (1) 4 year term

Controller (1) 4 year term

Coroner (1) 4 year term

District Attorney (1) 4 year term

2nd MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT ONLY

District Judge 51-3-02 (1) 6 year term

ABBOTTSTOWN BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (3) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

ARENDTSVILLE BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

BENDERSVILLE BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

BERWICK TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

BIGLERVILLE BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (3) 4 year term

BONNEAUVILLE BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

Borough Council Member (1) 2 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

BUTLER TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Supervisor (1) 4 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

CARROLL VALLEY BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

Borough Council Member (1) 2 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

CONEWAGO TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 4 year term

Auditor (1) 2 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

CUMBERLAND TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

EAST BERLIN BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

FAIRFIELD BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

Borough Council Member (1) 2 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 4 year term

FREEDOM TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

GERMANY TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

GETTYSBURG BOROUGH

Borough Council Member at Large (1) 4 year term

Borough Council Member 1st ward (1) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

Borough Council Member 2nd ward (1) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

Borough Council Member 3rd ward (1) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

HAMILTONBAN TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

HUNTINGTON TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

LATIMORE TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Supervisor (1) 2 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

LITTLESTOWN BOROUGH � 1ST WARD

Borough Council Member (1) 4 year term

Borough Council Member (1) 2 year term

LITTLESTOWN BOROUGH � 2ND WARD

Borough Council Member (2) 4 year tern

Constable (1) 6 year tern

MCSHERRYSTOWN BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (4) 4 year term

MENALLEN TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

MT JOY TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (2) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

MT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term


NEW OXFORD BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (3) 4 year term

Tax Collector (1) 2 year term

OXFORD TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

READING TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

STRABAN TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

TYRONE TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

UNION TOWNSHIP

Supervisor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 6 year term

Auditor (1) 4 year term

Constable (1) 6 year term

YORK SPRINGS BOROUGH

Borough Council Member (3) 4 year term

Tax Collector (1) 2 year tern

Constable (1) 6 year term

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

BERMUDIAN SPRINGS

School Director � Region I (2) 4 year term

School Director � Region II (2) 4 year term

School Director � Region III (1) 4 year term

CONEWAGO VALLEY

School Director � Region I (2) 4 year term

School Director � Region I (1) 2 year term

School Director � Region II (1) 4 year term

School Director � Region III (2) 4 year term

FAIRFIELD AREA

School Director at Large (5) 4 year term

School Director at Large (1) 2 year term

GETTYSBURG AREA

School Director at Large (5) 4 year term

LITTLESTOWN AREA

School Director at Large (5) 4 year term

UPPER ADAMS AREA

School Director at Large (5) 4 year term









 

 


















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

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2015

The 2014 election cycle is upon us. Please visit the "2015 Primary Candidates" tab above for a complete listing of State and Local candidates running for office. Candidate photos and websites will be posted as receive information from each candidate.

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2013 Swearing In Ceremony Photos

Congressman Perry, John Butterfield and Graham Weaver the day of wearing in.
 
Congressman Scott Perry and Chairman Elizabeth Hower
 
Lt. Governor Cawley opening the swearing in ceremony in the Senate Chamber
 
Senator Alloway and his wife Shannon.
Swearing in Ceremony at the Capitol in Harrisburg, January 1, 2013

 

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Definition of Republican

We want to reaffirm what we believe it means to be a Republican in Adams County

��Our country, our families, and the God given rights that we have been granted are of primary
importance to us.

��We believe in individual rights as written in the Declaration of Independence and that all men are
created equal. We further believe that we are guaranteed the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness.

��We affirm that the US Constitution, as written, the law of the land and goes hand in hand with the Bill
of Rights.

��As citizens of the United States we have fundamental duties and responsibilities to be involved in the
process of protecting our rights and perpetuating our freedoms.

��We believe the primary role of government is to defend our country and protect it from our enemies
foreign and domestic.

��We want value for the taxes we pay. We feel that free enterprise, unfettered by burdensome taxes and
regulations, performs better and more efficiently than government bureaucracy. In addition we need less
government intrusion and regulation in our personal lives.

��We believe that the Judicial branches of federal, state and local governments are bound to honor the
Constitution and Bill of Rights.

��We believe in the fundamental self worth of each human being. Life is sacred.