MCRCC Weekly Wrap — January 30, 2014

The 2014 campaign season is off to a great start and the Marion County GOP has lots of great activities planned in the coming months. We hosted a candidate forum at our last Central Committee Meeting and attendees had the opportunity to listen to and get to know candidates for local and state-wide office.  Attendees had the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the candidates. If you were not able to attend this informative meeting, click here to view the candidates and the Q & A afterwards.

Marion County Republicans are out and about in the community and want to meet you! We are hosting a series of Meet and Greet events all over the county:

Central & NE Salem Regional County Meet Up

Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 07:00 PM       <<<<< TONIGHT

Peoples Church - Room D in Salem, OR


South Salem Regional County Meet Up

Thursday, February 06, 2014 at 07:00 PM

Scottish Rite Temple - Gold Room in Salem, OR


Donald, Aurora & Woodburn Regional County Meet Up

Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 07:00 PM

TBD - Hubbard/Woodburn Area


Silverton & Mt Angel Regional County Meet Up

Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 07:00 PM

TBD - Silverton / Mt Angel Area


We will also be at the Salem Gun Show in February at the Oregon State Fairgrounds and we need volunteers to help staff the table. If you like to meet and talk with people who share your respect for our Second Amendment rights, please sign up here and join us at the show!

On January 25th the Western Liberty Network hosted the first U.S. Senate candidate debate. Four of the five candidates appeared together before about 150 political activists at the conference: State Rep. Jason Conger of Bend, technology consultant Mark Callahan of Salem, former Linn County Republican Chair Jo Rae Perkins, and Portland pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Monica Wehby. Tim Crawley, a Portland lawyer, did not meet the criteria required to participate in the forum. You can watch the debate in its entirety here.

Be sure to follow MCGOP on Twitter @marioncogop, join us on Facebook, and check us out on the web at We have made some exciting changes to our website so be sure to spend a moment exploring all of the resources and information available to you.

Remember: “3 for 4” – It starts by you contributing $4 per month to the MCGOP. Then ask just 3 people to do the same. Those 3 people then ask 3 more and, well, you see where this is going… For the cost of one coffee drink per month, you can make a direct impact on local elections and help us build a strong grassroots team here in Marion County.

In Liberty,

Marion County Republicans


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