WCRCC Agenda

WILL COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE AUGUST 20, 2020 MONTHLY MEETING           

6:30 PM   Meet & Greet /7 p.m. GENERAL MEETING

WCRCC MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA

Joe Kral – Vice Chair

  1. Call to order.  Opening Prayer.  Pledge of Allegiance.
  2. Roll Call – Township AttendanceJudy Wooten – Secretary
    • Zoom meeting Participants PLEASE SIGN IN VIA THE CHAT
    • If you are dialing in via audio only, please send Judy and me a text msg as such
  3. Recognizing first-time guests to our monthly meeting.
  4. Brief Announcements - Events, Candidate UPDATES ONLY, etc. Check calendar for details
  5. Jonathan T. Gilliam/WCRCC/AM560 Fundraiser Friday 28 August 5p.m. to 8:30p.m. outside venue Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm 17250 S. Weber Rd. Lockport, IL.
  6. Legislative & County Board Updates
    • Patty Deiters – Update on the Defeat Justice Kilbride initiative
  7. Introduction of Guest Speaker – Andrew Nelms – Senior Advisor Americans for Prosperity. “The Graduated Income Tax” – aka Pritzker’s Progressive Income Tax.  It should be called the Accelerated Income Tax. 25 minutes on the take down plan. 15 minutes Q&A

George L. Pearson – Chairman

  1. WCRCC – BUSINESS AT HAND
  2. General consent to accept Treasurer’s Reports for: July 2020
  3. Approval of Minutes for: July 2020
  4. Staying Up-To-Date on current affairs/sources – Alyssia Benford, Executive Director WCRCC – Meetings in the Crest Hill Headquarters Office and on Zoom
  5. Secretary Report – Judy Wooten
  6. Treasurer Report – Steve Weber
  7. WCRCC – OLD BUSINESS
  8. Will County – 304 Precincts – 178 filled
    • 455,935 Registered Voters 01/16/2020 up from 440,623 in June
    • Poll Watchers/ Election Judges/ New Polling Place List
    • Data Books are almost ready!  All inquiries for data to be sent to George Pearson/Judy Wooten/Alyssia Benford
      • Clerk’s Office sent in some wrong information Republicans as Democrats
      • Comparing data from the State Board of Elections now
  9. WCRCC BUSINESS – NEW BUSINESS
  10. Chairman’s Report – 
    • Rick Munoz – State’s Attorney – lost the ballot challenge
    • Both Frankie Pretzel and Raquel Mitchell won their judicial review challenges
    • CB Dist. 1 candidate Amy Perez
    • Cultural war 
      • By the time we are fighting a cultural change in our politics it is already too late
    • Plan lock-step messaging, campaigning, fundraising, & fun-raisers
      • GOP Jamboree – Rob Cruz – Konow Farms in Homer Glen Sept 18th,
      • Discuss school choice during this time
    • ILLINOIS GOP WEBSITE: DemCorruption.com
    • Facebook Forum; The ILGOP Forum
    • Supporting all our Republican candidates / Candidate Support Committee
      • Donald J. Trump #45, President of these United States!
      • Nick Ficarello – County Executive vs Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant 
      • James Jim Buiter (Crete Township Clerk) – vs Auditor Duffy Blackburn
      • Gretchen Fritz (County Board Dist. 5 member)- vs Recorder of Deeds Karen Stukel
      • Jim Piacentini (Crete Township Trustee Firefighter & Chicago Fire Extra) – Coroner vs Laurie Sommers (former CB 1)
      • Raquel Mitchell Slated in the 3rdCB Dist. – Won Ballot challenge
      • Amena “Amy” Perez CB Dist. 1 
      • County Board Dist. 8
      • CB Dist. 10 – lost seat
      • Frankie Pretzel and Tom Weigel in CB Dist. 12 (Frankfort/Mokena/New Lenox/Green Garden) Must hold!  Two extreme leftists – Ballot Challenge
      • Debbie Kraulidis and Gerald Smith Running in CB Dist. 13 (Plainfield) We could pick up one if we work Plainfield correctly with McCullagh and Batinick!  - Rachel Ventura has accused Mark Ferry of Sexual Harassment.  Ferry has since apologized for his remarks https://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/daily-southtown/ct-sta-will-harassment-complaint-st-0618-20200617-7ogckiten5bv7ehqvkzibjf5oe-story.html
  • US Senate Candidates – 
    • Mark Curran former Lake County Sheriff vs Dick Durbin 
  • US Congressional Candidates:
    • 1stCD – Philanise White vs. Bobby Rush 
    • 2ndCD –Theresa Raborn vs. Robin Kelly
    • 3rdCD – Mike Fricilone vs Marie Newman
    • 11thCD – Rick Laib vs. Bill Foster
    • 14thCD Jim Oberweis vs. Lauren Underwood 
    • 16thCD – Adam Kinzinger R (Incumbent) vs. Dani Brzozowski
  • State Senate 
    • Unopposed vs. Hastings D-19th
    • Dr. Eric Wallace, Ph.D. vs. Patrick Joyce State Senate Dist.40th
    • Ben Bierly vs. John Connor for Senate Dist. 43rd
    • Tom McCullagh vs. Meg Loughran Cappel for Senate Dist.49th
  • State Reps
    • Unopposed - vs. (Thaddeus Jones 29th)
    • Unopposed – (vs. Nick Smith D-34th)
    • Tim Ozinga vs Michelle Fadeley- Extreme leftist for the 37thDist.
    • McStephen “Max” Solomon vs. Debbie Meyers-Martin D- 38th
    • Unopposed vs. Anthony DeLuca 80thState Rep. 
    • Ron Doweidt vs Dagmara Avelar 85thDist. 
    • Unopposed vs Larry Walsh Jr. for the 86thDist.
    • Unopposed vs Natalie Manley for the 98thDist.
    • Five Republican Judges Vote YES for Retention
      • Chief Judge Richard Schoenstedt
      • Dave Carlson
      • Daniel Rippy
      • Amy M. Bertani-Tomczak
      • Susan T. O’Leary
  • 10.OPEN FORUM 

 

  1. 11.ADJOURNMENT

* NEXT MONTHLY MEETING: September17th, 2020 at the Headquarters

Will County Republican Central Committee Office 

21109 Division Street Crest Hill, IL. 60403

Meet & Greet 6:30 P.M.

General Meeting 7 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Join the Homer Township Republicans and Will County Republicans in their Protest Rally against increased taxes caused by Illinois Corruption on September 15, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at The Konow Maze Farm, 16849 Cedar Road, Homer Glen, Illinois.

See calendar for details on the above and more events: http://willcountyrepublicans.org/calendar

 

 

 

Committee Meeting

Please join us for our monthly general meeting.  This month Will County Republican Central Committee monthly meeting will have open doors for walkins at our headquarters at 21109 Division Street, Crest Hill, Illinois, and be a virtual meeting using Zoom for all others on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Details on using Zoom will be available before the event.  Learn more about our candidates for the November 2020 election and how you can get involved.  

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