October Newsletter

Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 10th at Eats & Sweets Cafe (E&SC), 7752 W. Main Street in Ridgeland.  Dinner will be available at 6:00pm.  The meeting will start at 6:30.  Our guest will be Diane Hardy, Executive Dir. of the Mom and Pop Alliance.  She is a crusader against ESG (Environmental, Social Justice, and Governance) which is the foundation of wokeism in our society.  It promises to be an enlightening presentation.  Don’t miss it.


November 14th – Marty Sauls, Jasper County Council Chairman, will give us an update on county business and answer our questions.  First Baptist Church of Hardeeville (FBCH), 6:00pm/6:30.

December 12th – Howard Knapp, Exec. Dir. of the State Election Commission and Jeanine Bostick, Exec. dir. of the Jasper County Board of Elections, will be here to discuss any and all election issues.  Especially if you want to run for any office or you want to work the polls, this is the meeting for you!  FBCH, 6:00pm/6:30.

March 12th, 2024 – Superintendent of Education Ellen Weaver will discuss the state of education in So. Carolina, how our new education laws are being followed, and the importance of our school board.  This is the meeting for anyone considering stepping up and serving our community on the Jasper Cty. School board. (Odd numbered districts are up for election in ’24.)


I am excited to report that our Resolution on Nullification that the JCRP Executive Committee approved in July has been passed by the SCGOP Executive Committee.  This resolution addresses the overreach of the federal government on states’ rights and directs Gov. McMaster and AG Alan Wilson to push back against the overreach.  It will now be passed on to the So. Carolina Legislature for legislative consideration.


Sen. Tim Scott will be holding a meet & greet at the Corner Perk in Bluffton this Friday, October 6th at 12 noon (doors open at 11:30am).  It is free, but you do need to register on Eventbrite (Meet & Greet with Senator Tim Scott in Bluffton).  


Xiaodan Li, Beaufort County Republican Party Executive Committeewoman and election integrity activist, presented an excellent analysis of the ’20 and ’22 election cycles and what we need to do to win in ’24.  Here are few takeaways:
–  We must reach out to the almost one million eligible South Carolinians who are not registered to vote.  
–  We must increase voter turnout in Jasper County.  Only 5 of 15 precincts matched or surpassed the state average of 63%.
–  We must learn to play by the democrats’ rulebook.  

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