Thursday, November 20, 2008

Please join the Pima County YRs in our 1st post-election meeting on Monday, Nov. 24 @ 7 pm

The Pima County Young Republican Club is excited to announce our first post-election meeting where we can get together & discuss the results of the November 4, 2008 election.

There was a lot that didn't go our way on Election Day, but there was also a lot that did. In Arizona, Republicans actually gained seats in both houses of the State Legislature. And this is very encouraging. It also appears that our governor, Janet Napolitano, might be taking a job with the Obama Administration, so we no longer have to deal with her vetoing good legislation every time it makes its way to her desk. And in one of the most important developments on Election Day, Amendments protecting the definition of marriage passed in Arizona, California, and in Florida.

Our meeting will take place at its normal location, Shogun Sushi, on the northeast corner of Oracle & River Rds. The meeting will be held on Monday, November 24 & will begin @ 7 pm.

Joining us at our meeting as a special guest will be former State Representative Randy Graf, who also ran twice for Congress in CD8. He will give his analysis of how events unfolded, along with his opinions of what the Republican Party needs to do in order to move forward. Some Republicans, such as California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, have suggested that the Republican Party needs to abandon its conservative principles in order to win future elections. This will be one of the topics of discussion at our meeting.

The meeting will be a time to reflect & a time to plan how we will move forward as a Club & as a Party. With Democrats holding large majorities in both the US House & Senate, it is important that Arizona remain a conservative refuge. We want to do our part to ensure this.

Please RSVP with Tyler Mott if you will be able to attend the meeting. It is an exciting time & we cannot give up or become discouraged. I look forward to seeing you all there.


Tyler Mott
Pima County Young Republican Club

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