Thursday, October 30, 2014

Details: Nov. 4th Election Night Watch Party for Lafayette County Republicans and Friends

ELECTION WATCH PARTY

November 4th 

Beginning at 7 p.m. when polls close until?

P and H Event Center

(located in the former Maria's Restaurant)

1111 Main Street

Lexington, Missouri



 Federated Republican Women's Club

of Lafayette County


 and

Lafayette County Republican Central Committee






PAPA JACK'S PIZZA, APPETIZERS AND SOFT DRINKS PROVIDED

BYOB




Paid for by Lafayette County Republican Central Committee, Heidi Kolkmeyer, Treasurer, 
 and Federated Women's Club of Lafayette County



Thursday, October 16, 2014

Join Lafayette County Republicans for an old-fashioned ice cream, cake and pie social at Odessa Community Center in Dyer Park on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 19th, from 2 to 4 p.m. Not a fundraiser. No charge for event.


Save the Dates: October Candidate Events and Republican Meetings in Lafayette County, Missouri



OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER CALENDAR:



TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th

A reception in honor of Catherine Hanaway for Governor
Time: 5:30 to 7 PM
Location: Home of former State Rep. Mike and Valeta McGhee, 5538 Grubb Road, Odessa
Hosts: Rep. Glen and Lisa Kolkmeyer, Heidi and Eric Kolkmeyer, and the McGhees

PLEASE RSVP to Heather Grote at 573-256-7060 or heather@ga2.us

Paid for by Hanaway for Governor, James C. Thomas III, Treasurer




THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9th

Enjoy a continental breakfast (pastries, cinnamon rolls, fruit plate, coffee, tea and water) and visit with Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer (running for re-election in the 53rd Legislative District) 
and Russell Kruse (candidate for Associate Circuit Judge, Division 2)
Time: 8 to 10 AM
Location: Topsy's Cafe, 715 S. Main Street, Concordia, Missouri

No charge for event. Not a fundraiser.
Paid for by Lafayette County Republican Central Committee, Heidi Kolkmeyer, treasurer.




TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14th

County Candidate Forum, sponsored by Lafayette County Farm Bureau and Lead 2000 Alumni
Time: 7 PM
Location: American Legion Hall, Higginsville, Missouri
Open to the public.
Moderated by county media personnel.



THURSDAY OCTOBER 16th --MARK YOUR CALENDARS! 

 

Professor Josh Hawley, a native Missourian who grew up in Lexington, MO.

 

 

Josh Hawley to speak on 'Hobby Lobby' case

that he argued this summer and won before SCOTUS.


SPECIAL PROGRAM:  Professor Josh Hawley of the University of Missouri School of Law will speak on his experiences arguing the recent 'Hobby Lobby' case before the United States Supreme Court.  Click here to read more about the case.

Time: 6:30 to 9 PM
Appetizers and Rustic Italian Wood-Fired Pizza and Soft Drinks.
Cash bar.
Location: Arcadian Moon Winery, Highway 13 and I-70 Junction, Higginsville, Missouri
Open to the public. 
No charge for event. Not a fundraiser.
Your hosts: Lafayette County Republican Central Committee and Federated Republican Women's Club of Lafayette County, Missouri 
Paid for by Lafayette County Republican Central Committee, Heidi Kolkmeyer, treasurer.



INFORMATION ABOUT PROF. HAWLEY: 


A native Missourian, Josh grew up in Lexington, Missouri. Josh went on to graduate from Rockhurst High School in Kansas City and then Stanford University and Yale Law School. After law school, Josh served as a judicial clerk for Chief Justice John Roberts at the U.S. Supreme Court. Josh met his wife, Erin, there and after several years practicing law in Washington, D.C., he and Erin moved home to Missouri. 
Josh’s work as an attorney focuses on the Constitution. In 2011, Josh helped litigate one of the most important religious liberty cases of the last two decades, Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC. That case guarantees churches and other faith organizations the right to choose their ministers based on their faith, not government regulations. 
Josh was part of the team that defeated Obamacare's contraceptive mandate on business at the U.S. Supreme Court. Josh has litigated in most of the federal courts of appeals and numerous state courts. 
He and Erin live in Columbia, Missouri and have one son, Elijah, who is one year old.
Josh Hawley is the founder and president of Missouri Liberty Project. Josh is a constitutional litigator, law professor, and religious liberty advocate. He has defended Hobby Lobby before the U.S. Supreme Court and is leading the fight in Missouri to defend the Constitution.



SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19

Enjoy a Sunday afternoon Ice Cream, Pie and Cake Social and visit with Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer (running for re-election in the 53rd Legislative District) and Russell Kruse (candidate for Associate Circuit Judge, Division 2 in Lafayette County.

Time: 2 to 4 PM
Location: The Odessa Community Center, 601 W. Main Street, Odessa, Mo., in Dyer Park.


No charge for event. Not a fundraiser. Open to the public.
Paid for by Lafayette County Republican Central Committee, Heidi Kolkmeyer, treasurer.


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NOTE: Candidates will be guests at other private coffees and gatherings not listed here,  and other countywide events will be announced as they are scheduled.



ELECTION DAY - Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

Don't forget to vote!





MARK YOUR CALENDARS


ELECTION WATCH PARTY

Beginning at 7 p.m. when polls close until?

P and H Event Center

(located in the former Maria's Restaurant)

1111 Main Street

Lexington, Missouri








Thursday, October 2, 2014

Join us for breakfast at Topsy's Cafe in Concordia on Thursday, Oct. 9 and meet candidates Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer and Russell Kruse, for Judge


Meet Candidates Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer and Russell Kruse at a breakfast reception at Topsy's Cafe, 715 S. Main, Concordia


Thursday, October 9 
8 to 10 AM


No charge for event. Not a fundraiser.



Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer is running for re-election in Missouri's 53rd Legislative District, and Russell Kruse is running for Associate Circuit Judge, Division 2, in Lafayette County, Mo.

Stop by and enjoy cinnamon rolls,  pastries, fruit, coffee and tea, and meet these fine Republican candidates. 

Russell Kruse, a longtime attorney from Concordia, will explain the role of the Associate Circuit Judge in Division 2 as it exists now and the new scope of Division 2 which will change in January, 2015. At that time, Division 2 will include both probate and juvenile as well as other legal matters.

Rep. Glen Kolkmeyer of Odessa will answer questions about the 53rd Legislative District that he serves, about last year’s session as well as what could be ahead in 2015 for the Missouri Legislature.

Hope to see you then!



Your hosts: Lafayette County Republican Central Committee
 and Federated Republican Women of Lafayette County.


Paid for Lafayette County Republican Central Committee, Heidi Kolkmeyer, Treasurer