Mi State Committee Issues Trump Resolution/Endorsement

Our MSC issued the following Resolution / Endorsement on Sept. 10th, 2019 in support of President Donald Trump & VP Mike Pence’s 2020 Presidential campaign. This resolution will also be brought before the 33rd Biennial Mackinac Island Republican Leadership Conference next week. (Sept. 20 – 22, 2019) FB Link

A RESOLUTION by the Michigan Republican Party

for the Endorsement of

President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Michael J. Pence

WHEREAS, President Trump has fulfilled his campaign pledge to put the interests of the American people first all while being assaulted by radical democrats and others; and

WHEREAS, The President has unleashed unprecedented growth in our economy by cutting taxes, regulations, renegotiating unfair trade agreements and providing policies which have led to a record low unemployment and rising wages; and

WHEREAS, The President has appointed conservative justices and judges who have upheld the United States Constitution instead of legislating from the bench; and

WHEREAS, the President has stood with our troops in favor of a strong national defenseand

WHEREAS, the President has defended the rule of law especially as it applies to our nation’s immigration laws; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, that the Michigan Republican Party State Committee recognizes that our country is on the ‘right course’; preserving American Citizen’s Constitutional rights and not on the path of big government socialism; and be it further

RESOLVED, that the Michigan Republican Party State Committee hereby endorses Donald J. Trump of New York and Michael J. Pence of Indiana for Re-election as President and Vice President of the United States. 

As approved by the Michigan State Republican Issues Committee on 09/10/2019

UPCOMING EVENTS:

We’ll provide a link to important events within our 8th District area.  County Parties, Republican Clubs, and other Conservative groups should contact our Communications Committee with brief comments / flyers of upcoming events.

(Stay Tuned for Status Updates) Check on our FB page as well.

Rescheduled to Sat, May 30th: Michigan 8th Dist. Annual Pancakes & Politics Breakfast (9am-noon) at Rochester Hills Banquet Hall, 1919 Star-Batt Dr, Rochester Hills, Mi.  Sponsorships & Tickets available NOW at Eventbrite.  (View Flyer for details)


Stay Tuned:

Michigan Republican Party

Keep in touch with your MI 8th District Leadership and your local County Republican leadership, clubs, and conservative groups in your area.  You’re involvement and active participation can/will make all the difference in the 20/20 elections.  8th District Chair, Norm Shinkle   (517) 655-5992


“A Gathering of the 8th Dist. Oakland County Republicans”
A special meeting was held on Tue. evening (11/19/19) to vote & fill the void left behind by the recent passing of Rochester Delegate Teresa Stayer.
“All 8th Oakland delegates were invited but only those sitting on the OCRP Executive Committee could vote per our bylaws. We had a great assemblage including 2020 8th Congressional candidates Paul Junge, Kristina Lyke, Nikki Snyder and a Mike Detmer representative on hand to introduce themselves and answer questions. Oakland 8th was well represented by some of the hardest working Republicans in the area which showed in the tie votes. It took 3 votes to end up with a replacement. In the end, it was rather fitting that a familiar delegate from the Rochester area, Jim Tokarski became the newest member of the 8th CDRC. We welcome Jim and express many thanks to Ron, Ross, and Don for showing an interest to serve on our committee. We hope to continue seeing you all at future meetings. You bring so much to the table. “Also in attendance was a growing contingent of Asian Americans brought to the meeting by Grace Norris, who are speaking out about the growing threat of socialism & communism within the Democrat presidential field.  Many had lived in China and other Asian countries and spoke with 1st hand experiences regarding this real threat looming in the 2020 elections. It was enlightening to hear their stories.”
Respectively Submitted,
Mari-Ann Henry, 8th District Vice Chair