Thursday, January 19, 2017

Lafayette County Republicans to meet January 26th. BBQ dinner at Dempsey's in Concordia. Program on Trump-Pence Inauguration.

Lafayette County Republican 

Central Committee and Friends

Dinner Meeting


Thursday, January 26th


6:30 PM

Dempsey's BBQ (formerly Biffle's)
Concordia, Missouri

• Order from menu •


Program by Linda Niendick, County Clerk, and others who attended the January 20th Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States - Donald J. Trump

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Register now for Missouri Lincoln Days 2017--February 24 to 26 in Springfield, Mo.

Lincoln Days 2017




Join the Party!

Join the Missouri Republican Party in Springfield for
#LDMO17 to celebrate the statewide sweep of 2016
and to rally with over 1,000 Republican activists for
victory in 2018 and beyond.
TO REGISTER AND VOLUNTEER: CLICK HERE.

VENUE

University Plaza Hotel

Lincoln Days will take place at the University Plaza Hotel in Springfield. Contact the hotel at (417) 864-7333 for room reservations prior to January 23, 2017. Be sure to ask for the Missouri Republican Party Lincoln Days rate. If you are interested in a hospitality suite, please contact Leigh Anne Garren at the hotel: (417) 522-1118 or Leighanne.Garren@JQH.com.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Newly-elected and re-elected Lafayette County officials sworn in on December 28th at the Historic Lafayette County Courthouse, downtown Lexington, Missouri.


Photo of County Commissioners--Tracy Dyer, southern district (left) and Craig Williams, northern district (right) with Presiding Commissioner Harold Hoflander. 
Photo of all newly-elected or re-elected officials in 2016: from left, Kerrick Alumbaugh, Sheriff; Barb Copenhaver, Public Administrator; Craig Williams, northern district commissioner; Dr. Ram Chandra, Coroner; Tracy Dyer, southern district commissioner; Jennifer Jellum, Treasurer; and Chip Langman, Assessor.



 Photo of all newly-elected or re-elected officials in 2016: from left, Kerrick Alumbaugh, Sheriff; Barb Copenhaver, Public Administrator; Craig Williams, northern district commissioner; Dr. Ram Chandra, Coroner; Tracy Dyer, southern district commissioner; Jennifer Jellum, Treasurer; and Chip Langman, Assessor.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Swearing-in ceremony for newly-elected officials slated for Dec. 28th at the Lafayette County Courthouse.

The swearing-in ceremony for Lafayette County's newly-elected officials will be held at 1 PM on Wednesday, Dec. 28th in the Circuit Courtroom upstairs in the historic County Court House, 1001 Main Street, Lexington, MO. A reception will follow for retiring Coroner Dr. Daljeet Singh.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Governor-elect Eric Greitens announces MRP leadership team and taps Todd Graves to chair the Missouri Republican Party.

Eric Greitens taps KC attorney Todd Graves to head Missouri GOP and also endorses leadership team for the party. 


Todd Graves addresses members of the Missouri Republican Party State Committee at reception announcing endorsed leadership team. From left: Pat Thomas, Kay Hoflander, Todd Graves, Nick Myers and Governor-elect Eric Greitens.
Photo submitted.

From left: Nick Myers for MRP Secretary, Kay Hoflander for MRP Vice Chair; Governor-elect Eric Geitens; Todd Graves for MRP Chair; and Pat Thomas for MRP Treasurer. Photo submitted.


Article by Steve Kraske of the Kansas City Star: 

Graves, brother of long-time Missouri Congressman Sam Graves, would succeed John Hancock, who leaves the party in extraordinary shape. The Missouri GOP will soon control five of six statewide offices and towering majorities in both the state House and Senate.
“Todd Graves is a conservative fighter, a proven leader in business and his community, and a native Missourian,” Greitens said in a statement Tuesday night. “He will make an outstanding party chair and I’m excited to work with him and his team to take Missouri in a new direction.”
Greitens also endorsed Kay Hoflander for vice chair, Nick Meyers for secretary and Pat Thomas for treasurer. The state’s entire lineup of congressional representatives, led by Sen. Roy Blunt, have endorsed the slate.
The state party will vote on the lineup at its next meeting in early January. Governors traditionally pick the chair of their political party, and his choice is expected to win broad support