El Paso County GOP Organizational Meeting.

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    gop_organizational_meeting_elpasocounty El Paso county GOP members gathered at Coronado High School February 7, 2009 for an organizational meeting. Three new leaders for county officers were elected to include bonus members. The event started very early in the morning with all the attendees devoted, cheerful and looking forward to the dialogue for improving all aspects of the Republican party. It was a long day however very rewarding, productive and enthusiastic until the very end. There were no free lunches, special accommodations or un-fiscal promises for deficit funds; only individuals with rolled-up sleeves ready to work in the trenches and get the Republican Party in a new direction. These political events take time to conduct, involve very hard work, and take days to plan, however towards the end after the discussions you feel energized. As you leave the event you have a new sense of optimism and look forward ahead to the future. It is outstanding to see so many members of the community coming together for a unified positive purpose in that of trying to improve their local communities, districts, State and their Nation. It’s moving to see individuals that never give up for a second no matter the circumstances and show up to participate. dynamic_speakersWe had excellent speakers during the entire event to include mini-speech introductions by the bonus members and their reasons for running which make you feel so proud of the people of our great Nation. We had several different age groups represented but I was most impressed with the presentations by the young Republicans that reminded the Party that they are ready to take the leadership in a new direction back to its original conservative founding principles. The basic principles of sound created money based on true growth of free markets, of real prosperity not debt, private property and liberty. Young men and women from El Paso County are encouraged to study, share their concerns or skills, and learn more about the Republican Party and its principles.  young_republicansorganizational_meetinggop



 us_rep_douglambornIn summary, our U.S. Representative, Doug Lamborn, a Colorado Springs Republican that represents Colorado’s 5th Congressional District in El Paso County gave information during his speech about co-sponsoring HR 470 that instead of bailout to more spending would instead place money back to the Tax payers to use to invest in their local communities private sector not the outside financial interests. HR 470 is the Economic Recovery and Middle Class Tax Relief Act. He pointed out that the Obama plan in reality will do little to truly create jobs for it would take $275,000 of tax payer’s money via the bailout to create one $50,000 a year job. He asked everyone to remember what the massive federal expenditures did to Japan that did little to impact jobs with almost no growth in gross domestic product (GDP). It actually caused business and entrepreneurs to hold back with the resulting tax increases, inflated money and over regulation diminishing their abilities to invest and market. More info. on this subject referenced here on this article, NY Times Japan Non-Effective Stimulus Article



    senate_district10_billcadmanThanks to all who attended, visited and contributed to the event and congratulations to all the winners to the elected positions for new leadership and direction to the Republican Party.  Special thanks to contributors with input, KVOR radio, Jeff Wright, Jeff Crank, Senator Bill Cadman, Bremers, volunteers, head presenter, Division leaders, the young Republicans, Douglas Jones, Erika Lishock, and so many others. May our Creator continue to guard and inspire our elected representatives to lead our Nation in a Just, productive and positive direction not just for our safety but for all mankind. jeff_crank_interviews_scott_gessler1


The new key officers elected are:

  1. Party Chair- Kay Rendleman
  2. Party V Chair- Darryl Glenn
  3. Secretary- Nancy Meadows


Mega Vote: 5th Congressional

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January 26, 2009
In this MegaVote for Colorado’s 5th Congressional District:
Recent Congressional Votes –
Senate: Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009
Senate: Confirmation of Hillary Rodham Clinton to be Secretary of StateChildren’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 – H.R.2
House: TARP Reform and Accountability Act
Upcoming Congressional Bills –
Senate: Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009
House: Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009
House: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009


Recent Senate Votes
Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009 – Vote Passed (61-36, 1 Not Voting)

The Senate passed this employee pay discrimination bill.

Sen. Mark Udall voted YES……send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Michael Bennet voted YES……send e-mail or see bio


Confirmation of Hillary Rodham Clinton to be Secretary of State – Vote Confirmed (94-2, 2 Not Voting)

On Wednesday, the Senate voted to confirm Hillary Rodham Clinton as Secretary of State.

Sen. Mark Udall voted YES……send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Michael Bennet voted no data……send e-mail or see bio

Recent House Votes
TARP Reform and Accountability Act – Vote Passed (260-166, 7 Not Voting)

The House passed this bill to block release of the remaining $350 billion in the Troubled Assets Relief Program.

Rep. Doug Lamborn voted NO……send e-mail or see bio

Upcoming Votes
Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 – H.R.2

The Senate is expected to vote on this bill to reauthorize and expand the Children’s Health Insurance Program.

Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009 – S.181

The House is scheduled to vote on this pay discrimination bill, similar to one they passed on January 9.

TARP Reform and Accountability Act


On Passage

House Roll Call No. 26
111th Congress, 1st Session
Passed: 260-166


The House passed H.R. 384, to reform the Troubled Assets Relief Program of the Secretary of the Treasury and ensure accountability under such Program, by a recorded vote of 260 ayes to 166 noes, Roll No. 26. Consideration of the measure began on Wednesday, January 14th and continued on Thursday, January 15th.

Vote Map: House Roll Call No. 26
Votes For : 260
Votes Against : 166
Not Voting : 7

The House is expected to vote on this stimulus package.