Caught your breath yet? Tuesday night was definitely full of good news for Republicans at all levels. For those of you out there who worked on campaigns, thanks for the countless hours of effort and getting out the vote. Of course also thanks to those who volunteered. Many of our members also dedicated time to helping educate family and friends about key issues, and worked hard to spread conservative messaging at the grassroots level.
We also hope you enjoyed our informational events, providing you with direct contact with many of the candidates and discussing issues such as the medical marijuana amendment.
Rest assured your executive board is eager to build on the momentum. One thing we can tell you already — please mark Tuesday. December 9 on your calendar , it will be our annual Christmas and holiday party. This is always one of our premiere events of the year — last year’s guests included Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera. We will be at Town Kitchen & Bar in South Miami. Stay tuned for details, we’re dedicated to having it be a great event, ushering us into 2015 and beyond!
Thanks again, and remember… the elections may be over, but the party has just begun!
Miami Young Republicans
There’s no question that Charlie Crist getting elected is the stuff of nightmares. But don’t let that spook you, your help can make sure he never makes it to Tallahassee again.
Come out tomorrow, Saturday, November 1st, and join the Miami Young Republicans as we canvass and get out the vote! We’re meeting at the West Dade Victory Office, 13335 SW 124 Street, Suite 101, Miami, FL 33186 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.
The time is now: lace up your sneakers, slather on SPF, grab your sunglasses, and hit the streets!
Showing up matters. Showing up and knocking on doors, getting Republicans out to the polls is the only way to victory.
THE LEFT, IT’S SUPPORTERS AND OPERATIVES (including Union workers) WILL BE WORKING THE POLLS, KNOCKING ON DOORS & GETTING OUT THEIR FOLKS TO VOTE ALL WEEKEND.
FACT: The polls are dead even in both the Governor’s race and in Florida Congressional District 26.
FACT: Whomever has the best ground game to turn out voters will win the race.
Please join us tomorrow, take action and help us secure a victory for our communities and beautiful state. Let’s retire the likes of Charlie Crist and Joe Garcia, scary clowns in the political three ring circus.
PLEASE ALSO JOIN US ON SUNDAY! COME & ENJOY A CAFECITO WITH CFO JEFF ATWATER!!!
Attorney General Bondi will be stopping in Miami TODAY as part of her statewide bus tour we are having a campaign rally with state and local elected officials and Republican party members and supporters. The event will be at Versailles Restaurant in Miami (3555 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33135) this Tuesday October 28th at 5:00 P.M.
For more than 30 years, the Miami Young Republicans has worked to provide access to elected officials, drive the discussion on key issues, and help make the case for what it means to be an active Republican.
WHY R’s is a new feature where we handpick key influencers and ask them to answer FIVE QUESTIONS.
First elected to state office in 2010, State Rep. Jose Felix Diaz has already received a great deal of national attention as an effective young conservative politician. He was recognized by the American Conservative Union as a rising star, spoke at CPAC and has appeared on national networks such as Fox News multiple times. We thank Rep. Diaz for lending his insights to our Why R’s segment.
Join the Discussion About Amendment 2 and Medical Marijuana
This Wednesday, September 17th, the Miami Young Republicans and the Miami Log Cabin Republicans present:
The Great Medical Marijuana Debate
The controversial Amendment 2 item regarding the legalization of medical marijuana, which is on the ballot this November, is a complex issue with the potential to profoundly impact many facets of life and government.
- What are the details of Amendment 2?
- What are the benefits, consequences, and costs of legalizing medical marijuana?
- What can we learn from states that permit medical marijuana and from recent policy changes in Washington and Colorado?
We are hosting the 6pm networking happy hour and 7pm debate at Town Kitchen & Bar (7301 SW 57th Ct.) in South Miami.
The debate will feature:
- Javier Correoso – Representing “No On 2”, a grassroots campaign, which opposes the legalization of medical marijuana in Florida and is backed by a coalition, including law enforcement, business leaders, medical professionals.
- Ben Pollara – From United for Care (PAC name “People United for Medical Marijuana”) which has collected over 1.1 million petition signatures to get Amendment 2 on the ballot this November.
Our focus at Miami YRs and LCR Miami is to inform – YOU decide! We feel it is very important for voters to have the necessary information to make an educated decision come November.