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As Americans always do – neighbors are helping neighbors and lives are being saved in the catastrophic flooding in Texas.
Senator Jim Nielsen has achieved passage of his bill to protect children from marijuana products that mimic candies, snacks or drinks. Now it’s up to Governor Brown to sign SB 663 into law.
The SCRP Central Committee approved a resolution in support of Republican efforts to repeal the increased taxes on gas, diesel and vehicle ownership as a result of SB 1.
The Sacramento County Republican Party Executive Committee passed a resolution relating to leadership on the Cap and Trade issue. Two resolutions on this topic will be considered by the full committee at the September 13th meeting.
Lance Izumi recently wrote an article for Heritage.org that reveals the truth about California’s high school graduation rate.
While the media is distracted by our President’s Tweets and struggles to keep the public focused on all-things Russian, our Republican Congress and President are working together to achieve the goals promised in the 2016 Election.
The Sacramento County Republican Central Committee has established a Voter Engagement Committee to implement a registration and get-out-the-vote strategy under the new voting model that will take effect in 2018. Polling places will be replaced by regional voting centers, ballot drop-off centers, and same-day voter registration.
Republican Budget Committee Vice Chairs and Non-partisan Legislative Analyst point out the State has ignored $22 Billion in the Budget calculation.
The Sacramento County Republican Party celebrated President Trump’s accomplishments for the first 100 days, and looks forward to more changes coming soon. View pictures from our event as well as videos of the President.