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Republicans of River City is committed to promoting Republican ideals and principles; recruiting and electing qualified candidates for public office; developing a grassroots organization that will motivate the electorate to vote; and raising the funds necessary to complete these objectives in the greater Sacramento Region.

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February is National African American History Month
2019 National Theme
“Black Migrations”

Republican Calendar

2-1

National Freedom Day
1865 - Abraham Lincoln’s sign the 13th Amendment
Outlawing Slavery

2-2

South Placer Republican Women Meeting

2-2,3

Sacramento Vietnamese American Community Lunar Festival

2-3

 

15th Amendment is Ratified
Granting vote to all Americans regardless of race

2-4

El Dorado County Republican Women – Placerville

2-4

Solano County Republican Women

2-4

Yolo County Republican CC Meeting

2-4

San Joaquin County Republican Party CC Meeting

2-5

Sacramento County Republican Party
State of the Union Watch Party

2-6

1911 - President Ronald Reagan Birthday

2-6

Sacramento Republican Women Luncheon

2-6

Calaveras County Republican Party CC Meeting

2-7

Exeter Republican Women

2-7

Solano County Republican CC Meeting

2-7

Sun City Roseville Republican Group

2-9

American River Republican Women

2-9

Sacramento Chinese New Year Celebration

2-9, 10

Sacramento Vietnamese American Community Lunar Festival

2-11

Tehachapi Republican Women Luncheon

2-11

Madera County Republican Party CC Meeting

2-12

1809 - President Lincoln Birthday

2-12

Delta Central Republican Women

2-12

South Lake Tahoe Republican Women

2-12

Bakersfield Republican Women

2-12

Siskiyou County Republican Women

2-12

Modesto Republican Women

2-13

Latinas United Republican Women Meeting

2-13

Southeast Tulare County Republican Women

2-13

Sacramento County Republican Party CC Meeting

2-14

Valentine’s Day

2-14

1818 - Frederick Douglass Birthday

2-14

Inyo Republican Women Luncheon.

2-14

Sonoma Valley Republican Women

2-14

Visalia Republican Women

2-15

Ridgecrest Republican Women

2-18

1688 - Quakers of Germantown PA, sign
 First Antislavery Statement in American history

2-18

Merced County Republican Women

2-18

Republican Judge McCormick ends segregation of
 Mexican-American children in
California Public schools in 1946

2-18

Paso Robles Republican Women Luncheon

2-19

El Dorado Georgetown Republican Women

2-19

Nevada County Republican Women Luncheon

2-19

Truckee/North Tahoe Republican Women Luncheon

2-20

Lodi Republican Women Luncheon

2-20

San Luis Obispo Republican Women Luncheon

2-20

Oroville Republican Women

2-20

Del Norte County Republican CC Meeting

2-20

Chico Republican Women

2-20

1902- Ansel Adams – Birthday
Photographer

2-21

PRESIDENTS HOLIDAY

2-21

1863 - Republican Governor Andrew establishes the
 54th Massachusetts regiment of

African-American U.S. Troops

2-21

Estero Bay Republican Women Luncheon

2-21

Republican President Ford rescinds
Democrat President Franklin Roosevelts
 Executive Order authorizing internment of
Japanese-Americans during WWII

2-21

Amador County Republican CC Meeting

2-21

Clovis Fresno Evening Republican Women Meeting

2-21

Sutter-Yuba Republican Women

2-21

Tulare County Republican Women

2-21

Solano County Republican CC Meeting

2-22

1732 - President George Washington Birthday

2-22 - 24

California Republican Party Spring
 2019 Organizing Convention*

2-23

Tuolumne County Republican Women

2-24

1955 - Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Inc

2-25

Tuolumne County Republican Women Luncheon.

2-25

Republican Hiram Revels, becomes first
African-American U.S. Senator

2-25

Santa Lucia Republican Women Luncheon

2-26

Atascadero Republican Women Luncheon

2-26

Glenn County Republican Women

2-26

Santa Rosa Republican Women

2-27

Stockton Republican Women

2-27

1875 - California Republican Romualdo Pacheco
becomes the nation’s first
Hispanic Governor

2-27

1897- Marian Anderson, Birthday
Singer, Civil Rights Advocate

2-27

1902- John Steinbeck, Birthday
Nobel Prize for literature

2-28

Fresno City & County Republican Women Luncheon

2-28

Kings Republican Women Luncheon

2-28

Madera Republican Women

 

 

 

REPUBLICANS OF RIVER CITY
NEWS RELEASE

 

Date:  01/22/2019
Contact:  Carl Burton
Phone (916) 916-485-5741

www.rrcgop.org
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 

Champions of Freedom and Civil Rights

 

The 37th annual Sacramento community march honoring, the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. on his 90th birthday began at Sac City College at about 8 AM and marchers proceed to the Convention Hall in downtown Sacramento and attended the MLK Diversity Expo.

 

Scott Schmidt and Nick Bloise, two recent candidates for the California State Assembly, carried our Republicans of River City club banner in the march that proclaimed “Keep the Dream Alive.”

 

The Diversity Expo, where speakers, music, and resources on health, employment, education and the Republicans of River City information booth was found by the thousands of marchers.

 

Robert Evans, former Republican Congressional candidate, helped staff behind the table of the Republicans of River City booth inside the convention hall helping to registering voters and educating the public about the Republican Party and the life of Dr. King and the civil rights movement.

 

The backdrop for the booth reminded everyone that it was members of the Republican Party who have always fought for freedom and civil rights starting with the administration of Lincoln and continuing to today.

 

From the 1850s when the first Republican presidential candidate John C. Fremont's campaign slogan was Free speech, Free press, Free soil, and Freemen to now when the employment of our black brothers and sisters in the highest in history all Republicans have a history they can be proud of.

 

Carl Burton, President of Republicans of River City, said, “Republicans haven’t changed since Fremont and President Lincoln's time, the Republican Party today is still the “Champion of Freedom and Civil Rights for everyone.”

 

 

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Nick Bloise and Scott Schmidt (left to right) help lead the marchers in Sacramento Martin Luther King, Jr. event on Jan 21st.

 

 

Robert Evans in the Republicans of River City booth at the
 Martin Luther King, Jr. Exp


Republican Calendar & Other items

The large monthly Sacramento New Citizens Ceremony by U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services have been scale back to small daily oath ceremonies until further notice.  When monthly naturalization ceremonies resume in Sacramento, we will let you know.

Meanwhile, the next large monthly New Citizens Ceremony in Northern Californian will continue in Oakland at the Paramount Theatre, 2025 Broadway, starting at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The Ceremony in Oakland is January 16. 

Remember with California’s new early Presidential Primary (March 3, 2020) bumped up on the schedule, we’re just a year and four months from selecting our, legislative candidates, congressional candidates and local candidates too. 

Republicans have fallen to number three in the total number of statewide register voters in California 24.04 percent, with No Party Preference in second place at 27.52 percent, and the Democrats are number one at 43.45 percent.

Could one of the main reason be that Democrats show up at community events like New Citizens Ceremonies? 

Republican Calendar

1-14

Tehachapi Republican Women Luncheon

1-14

Madera County Republican Party CC Meeting

1-14

El Dorado County Republican Party CC Meeting

1-14

Fresno County Republican Party CC Meeting

1-15

Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday - 1929

1-15

1901- Republican Booker T. Washington, protests
Alabama Democratic Party
refused to permit voting by African Americans

1-15

El Dorado Georgetown Republican Women

1-15

Mariposa County Republican Party CC Meeting

1-15

Happy Birthday
Assemblyman
Steven Choi Ph.D. (District 68)

1-16

San Luis Obispo Republican Women Luncheon

1-16

Estero Bay Republican Women Luncheon

1-16

Oroville Republican Women

1-16

Del Norte County Republican CC Meeting

1-16

San Luis Obispo County Republican Party CC Meeting

1-16

Chico Republican Women

1-16

Nevada County Republican Women Luncheon

1-16

Sacramento Eagle Forum Meeting
“Split Roll” threat to Proposition 13

David Wolfe, Legislative Director,
 Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

1-17

Amador County Republican CC Meeting

1-17

Clovis Fresno Evening Republican Women Meeting

1-17

Sutter-Yuba Republican Women

1-17

Tulare County Republican Women

1-17

Solano County Republican CC Meeting

1-18

Ridgecrest Republican Women

1-18

South Placer Republican Women

1-19 - 24

California YMCA Youth & Government Convention
in Fresno
CHANGING THE WORLD, ONE LEADER AT A TIME

1-20

Happy Birthday
Assemblyman
Tyler Diep (District 72)

1-21

John C. Fremont born 1811
First Republican Presidential Candidate 1856

1-21

Sacramento Martin Luther King, Jr. March
Republicans of River City Booth

1-21

Merced County Republican Women

1-21

Paso Robles Republican Women Luncheon

1-22

Atascadero Republican Women Luncheon

1-22

Tuolumne County Republican Women Luncheon

1-22

Condoleezza Rice Becomes first woman to serve
U.S. National Security Advisor

1-22

Truckee/North Tahoe Republican Women Luncheon

1-22

Glenn County Republican Women

1-22

Santa Rosa Republican Women

1-23

1964 The 24th Amendment is ratified,
Abolishing the Democrat Poll Tax

1-23

Stockton Republican Women

1-23

Sacramento New Citizen Ceremony
Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
Has been canceled

1-24

Fresno City & County Republican Women Luncheon

1-24

Kings Republican Women Luncheon

1-24

Madera Republican Women

1-25

Tuolumne County Republican Women

1-25

Solano County Republican CC Meeting

1-26 Solano County Republican Party Annual Crabfeed

1-26

Happy Birthday
Congressman
Kevin McCarthy (District 23)

1-28

Santa Lucia Republican Women Luncheon

1-29

1981 – Jeane Kirkpatrick appointed by President Reagan as
Ambassador to United Nations

1-29

Sacramento State of Union Address
by President Trump
Watch Party

1-30

Happy Birthday
Assemblyman Kevin
Kiley (District 6)

1-30

Happy Birthday
Senator
Jeff Stone (District 28)

1-31

1865 – 13 Amendment banning slavery passed with unanimous Republican support by House of Representative

1-31

Republican Jackie Robinson, first African American to play
in major league baseball, is born on 1911 in Cairo, GA

 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

People in the Sacramento Area will join together to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 21.  The official start of the march begins at Sacramento City College, 3835 Freeport Blvd, starts at 9:00 am – 9:30 am and ends at the Sacramento Convention Hall 1400 J Street, between 11:15 am 11:45 am.

Republicans of River City will have a booth inside the Convention Hall, we will register voters and remind everyone that we are the Party of Freedom-Party of Civil Rights.

If you would like to march in the Martin Luther King, Jr. parade and carry a Republican banner or help at the booth inside the hall let me know.

 

Remember the campaign slogan of our first Republican Party Presidential candidate in 1856:

"Free speech, free press, free soil, free men, Frémont and victory!"

John C. Fremont

We haven’t change since Fremont and President Lincoln time, the Republican Party stills believes today in


Free speech, Free press, Free soil and Free men.

 

If you know of any event that should be added to the calendar let me know.

Carl Burton, President
Republicans of River City
916-485-5741

 

 

 

 

 

 

CALIFORNIA STATEWIDE REPUBLICAN TEAM
November 2018

 

John Cox for Governor
Mark Meuser for Secretary of State
Konstantinous Roditis for State Controller
Greg Conlon for State Treasurer

Judge Steven Bailey for Attorney General

Steve Poizner for California Insurance Commissioner

 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY REPUBLICAN TEAM

 

Charlie Schaupp for Congress 3rd District
Andrew Grant for Congress 7th District
Maria Livengood for Congress 11th District

 

James Nielsen for State Senator 4th District
Supervisor Andreas Boreas for State Senator 8th District

 

Kevin Kiley for Assembly 6th District
Scott Schmidt for Assembly 7th District
Melinda Avey for Assembly 8th District
Lisa Romero for Assembly 11th District

 

Ted Gaines for Board of Equalization 1st District

 

The Sacramento Republican Team will grow in the next few months with Republican candidates running for city council, school board, water boards, park boards and special districts. 

There are 156 elected offices in Sacramento County coming up for election in November that need a Republican candidate on the ballot, and we hope you will consider being that person or if you know somebody interested in running let us know.  

For a list positions that will be on the November click here.

Every year, dozens of offices go uncontested, meaning that Democrats are elected and re-elected simply because nobody decided to file to run against them. Help us change this and ensure that each and every seat up for election in 2018 has a Republican candidate on the ballot.  

If you are still interested in running for public office let us know which office and let’s have coffee together to discuss how we can help you win in November.

Carl Burton, President
carl@carlburton.com
916-485-5741

Ronald Wilson Reagan
February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004
40th President of the United States (1981–1989
33rd Governor of California (1967–1975)

We’re Republican because like President Reagan

• We BELIEVE the strength of our nation lies with the individual and that each person's dignity, freedom, ability and responsibility must be honored.

• We BELIEVE in equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, sex, age or disability.

• We BELIEVE in free enterprise and encouraging individual initiative have brought this nation opportunity, economic growth and prosperity.

• We BELIEVE government must practice fiscal responsibility and allow individuals to keep more of the money they earn.

• We BELIEVE the proper role of government is to provide for the people only those critical functions that cannot be performed by individuals or private organizations, and that the best government is that which governs least.

• We BELIEVE the most effective, responsible and responsive government is government closest to the people.

• We BELIEVE Americans must retain the principles that have made us strong while developing new and innovative ideas to meet the challenges of changing times.

• We BELIEVE Americans value and should preserve our national strength and pride while working to extend peace, freedom and human rights throughout the world.

• FINALLY, We believe the Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government.

Carl Burton, President
Republicans of River City
916-485-5741

 

Republicans and friends,

We invite you to review our site and use it as a resource for all things Republican.

We strive to provide you with a central location for information, education, and communication. Use this as a starting point where you can get involved, have interaction, and feel a sense of community with similar minded people.

Locate an event on our calendar, or a link. Find something of interest to you and get involved.

Our goal is to help YOU support the best candidates for election to local, state and national offices and assist elected republican officials in the execution of their responsibilities.

Please feel free to use the contact information listed on this website, contact me so that we might answer your questions and serve you better.

Carl Burton, President
carl@carlburton.com
916-485-5741

 



Abraham Lincoln
1809 - 1865


"I leave you, hoping that the lamp of liberty will burn in your bosoms until there shall no longer be a doubt that all men are created free and equal."