Thursday
Oct182018

2018 Annual Free Bean Feed

 

 

2018 Annual Free Bean Feed Featuring U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

NEOHSO, MO (October 5, 2018) The Annual Free Bean Feed, hosted by the Newton County Republican Central Committee, will be held Saturday, November 3rd at the Neosho Middle School Cafeteria 1400 Hale-McGinty Drive, Neosho, MO 64850. Doors open at 5:30PM and the buffet line will start at 6:30PM. 

A featured speaker is United States Senator Roy Blunt.  U.S. Congressman Billy Long, our State Auditor Candidate Saundra McDowell and Missouri State Senator Ron Richard will also be featured speakers.  There will also be informative presentations on the ballot issues and judge retention on the November 6th ballot.  U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley has been invited as a guest speaker.   More speakers may be added.

Catering will be provided by the Neosho High School Future Farmers of America (FFA).  The menu will include Ham and Beans, Cornbread, Cake, and Iced Tea. The Neosho High School Air Force Jr. ROTC will be presenting the Colors.

The Republican Women of Newton County (RWNC) will be hosting a silent auction at the Bean Feed.  If you are interested in donating items for the Silent Auction, please contact RWNC President Cheryle Perkins at 417-389-7788. You can also help by bringing your checkbook and bidding. 

We invite all our Republican friends from across Southwest Missouri.  Bring your friends and neighbors and please pass along this information to anyone that may be interested in attending. 

To ensure enough seating and food for the event, a head count will need to be provided to our caterers, the Neosho High School FFA. If your family and friends plan to attend the Bean Feed, please let me know via email at email@newtoncountyrepublicans.org or call 417-623-2214.

Contact:

Nick Myers, Chairman,

Newton County Republican Central Committee

email@newtoncountyrepublicans.org 

417-623-2214

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Wednesday
Aug082018

2018 August 7th Primary Results

The unofficial Newton County election results from yesterday's primary are available for viewing:

http://www.newtoncountyrepublicans.org/2018-august-7th-primary/

Thanks to all the candidates on the ballot for running honorable campaigns.  Newton County benefits when candidates campaign with integrity.  Thank you candidates for working so hard to work for us.

 

 

 

Thursday
Jul262018

2018 Republican Candidate Questionnaire based on the 2016 Missouri Republican Party Platform.

At the July 9,2018 Newton County Republican Central Committee (NCRCC) meeting, the NCRCC adopted a Republican Candidate Questionnaire based upon the language of the 2016 Missouri Republican Party Platform.  The link below will take you to the completed and returned Republican Candidate Questionnaires submitted by General Assembly and county office seekers that have filed their candidacy for the Republican primary election on August 7, 2018. 

The Questionnaires are listed in ballot order and are available to view/download in pdf format.  Q

http://www.newtoncountyrepublicans.org/2018-candidate-questionnaire/

Monday
Jul092018

August 7th Primary Sample Ballots

Click on the following link for August 7th sample ballots for Newton County.

http://www.newtoncountyrepublicans.org/2018-primary-election-sample-b/ 

Tuesday
Jun262018

2018 Annual Free Watermelon Feed

 

 

Governor Mike Parson will speak at the Annual Free Watermelon Freed at Neosho’s Big Spring Park.

NEOSHO, MO (July 26, 2018)—The Annual Free Watermelon Feed, co-hosted by the Republican Women of Newton County and the Newton County Republican Central Committee, will be held Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. at Big Spring Park, 308 West Spring St., Neosho, MO 64850. 

The Free Watermelon Feed is open to all Republicans. Ice cold watermelon, bottled water, and ice-cream made in Newton County by All Aboard Ice Cream Co. will be provided—free of charge (ice cream courtesy of Committee to Elect Ron Richard).    All you need to bring is your lawn chairs, appetite, and friends & neighbors.

Governor Mike Parson has been added as a featured speaker to the Annual Watermelon Feed program. Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe will speak on “Yes” for Proposition A.  The Missouri Republican Party endorsed “Yes” on Proposition A by unanimous voice vote at the State Committee meeting on Saturday June 23, 2018.  “Yes” on Proposition A supports Senate Bill 19 (“Right-to-Work”) as passed by the general assembly in 2017.  Senator Ron Richard will give remarks on recent activities of the General Assembly and introduce Lt. Governor Kehoe.  

Candidates for contested offices appearing on the August 7, 2018 Republican Primary election for the following offices have been invited to attend and participate in the event: U.S. Senate; Missouri State Auditor; State Senator District 32; State Representative Districts 159, 160, and 162; Associate Circuit Judge Division II; and County Clerk.   All Missouri State Auditor candidates have confirmed their attendance:  David Wasinger, CPA, Kevin Roach, Rep. Paul Curtman, and Saundra McDowell.  All General Assembly, Judge and County Clerk candidates have also confirmed their attendance.

During the program, candidates will address the attendees for 3 minutes each; subject to timekeeper Judge Greg Stremel.  Candidates will speak in the order they appear on the ballot.

A straw quiz will be available to those in attendance.  The straw quiz will serve as entry into a drawing for prizes.  Featured prizes include “Make America Great Again” shirts,12 gauge & .22 ammunition, Trump Paper Dolls, and a picnic basket.   The drawing will take place at the conclusion of the Free Watermelon Feed. 

In case of rain, the Free Watermelon Feed will be moved to the Lampo Building, 500 E Spring Street, Neosho, MO 64850 at 6:30 P.M. 

Bring your lawn chairs, appetite, and friends & neighbors.

 

Contact:

Nick Myers, Chairman,

Newton County Republican Central Committee

email@newtoncountyrepublicans.org 

417-623-2214

 

Cheryle Perkins, President,

Republican Women of Newton County

rwnc7@yahoo.com 

(417) 389-7788

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Friday
May112018

2018 Newton County Republican Candidate Fair

The 2018 Newton County Republican Candidate Fair, hosted by the Newton County Republican Central Committee (NCRCC), will be held Tuesday, May 22nd at the Lampo Building, 500 E. Spring Street, Neosho, MO 64850. Doors will open at 5:30PM. The program begins at 6PM.

Candidates for contested offices appearing on the August 7, 2018 Republican Primary election for the following offices have been invited to attend and participate in the event: State Senator District 32; State Representative Districts 159, 160, and 162; Associate Circuit Judge Division II; and County Clerk. 

Each contested candidate will be able to have their own table for campaign materials and meeting voters. During the program, candidates will address the attendees for 3 minutes each; subject to timekeeper. Candidates will speak in the order they appear on the ballot.

All interested Republicans from Newton County are invited to attend the Newton County Republican Candidate Fair. Please invite your friends and neighbors to attend.

Nick Myers, Chairman

Newton County Republican Central Committee

417-623-2214

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Friday
Feb022018

Newton-Jasper Lincoln Days

 

 The Newton & Jasper Counties Lincoln Day Dinner  will be held Saturday March 24, 2018 at Calvary Baptist Church, 600 E 50th St, Joplin, MO 64804.  
The location is due south (across the street) from the new Mercy Hospital located at I-44 (Exit 6) and Main Street.  Doors open at 4PM, a Statewide Candidate Forum will be held at 5PM and at 6PM we will begin the Butcher's Block Prime Rib Buffet. If you are unable to make the Statewide Candidate Forum, you are still welcome to attend the Dinner Program.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt, U.S. Congressman Billy Long, Gov. Eric Greitens,  Lt. Governor Mike Parson,  Senator Ron Richard, Missouri Republican Party Executive Director Sam Cooper, and MO House Speaker Designee St. Rep. Elijah Haahr are the feature speakers for the program. Here is a link to the full program: http://joplinlincolnday.com/featured-speakers
Tickets are still available at $42.50.  You may download the registration form from our website (see PDF below) and drop off with a check at either the Software Center (2604 E 7th St in Joplin) or Nick Myers, CPA PC (5031 S Rangeline Rd in Joplin).  Or you may pay online at http://joplinlincolnday.com/event-registration.

 

 

Registration Form PDF Download


 

Friday
Oct202017

Annual Free Bean Feed Friday, Nov. 10th 5:00pm-Neosho Middle School

 

 

ANNUAL FREE BEAN FEED- In recognition of the start of deer hunting season on November 11th, the silent auction will feature many hunting related items including a 30-06 Remington bolt action rifle, deer processing by Good Man Meat, and Make America Great Again camo-hats. 

The Annual Free Bean Feed, hosted by the Newton County Republican Central Committee, will be held Friday, November 10th at the Neosho Middle School Cafeteria 1400 Hale-McGinty Drive, Neosho, MO 64850. Doors open at 5:00PM and the buffet line will start at 5:30PM.  

The featured speaker is Missouri State Auditor candidate David Wasinger, CPA.  Republican US Senate candidates seeking the nomination to challenge Democrat US Senator Claire McCaskill have been invited to attend the Bean Feed and speak for five minutes, subject to time keeper Judge Greg Stremel. Confirmed US Senate candidates attending are Tony Monetti, Courtland Sykes, and Austin Petersen.  More speakers may be added. 

Catering will be provided by the Neosho High School Future Farmers of America (FFA).  The menu will include Ham and Beans, Cornbread, Cake, and Iced Tea. The Neosho High School Air Force Jr. ROTC will be presenting the Colors.

 

The Republican Women of Newton County (RWNC) will be hosting a silent auction at the Bean Feed.  In recognition of the start of deer hunting season on November 11th , the silent auction will feature many hunting related items including a 30-06 Remington bolt action rifle, deer processing by Good Man Meat, and Make America Great Again camo-hats.   For auction, Senator Ron Richard has donated a shadow box with a piece of the Berlin wall and a US Flag flown over the Capitol in Washington D.C. on President Trump’s inauguration day (both items have certificates of authenticity).  If you are interested in donating items for the Silent Auction, please contact RWNC President Cheryle Perkins at 417-389-7788. You can also help by bringing your checkbook and bidding.  

We invite all our Republican friends from across Southwest Missouri.  Bring your friends and neighbors and please pass along this information to anyone that may be interested in attending.  

To ensure enough seating and food for the event, a head count will need to be provided to our caterers, the Neosho High School FFA. If your family and friends plan to attend the Bean Feed, please let me know via email at email@newtoncountyrepublicans.org or call 417-623-2214

 

Contact:

Nick Myers, Chairman,

Newton County Republican Central Committee

email@newtoncountyrepublicans.org 

417-623-2214

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Friday
Jul072017

Watermelon Feed August 1st 6:30pm Neosho's Big Spring Park

Fellow Republicans,

 

The Annual Free Watermelon Feed, co-hosted by the Republican Women of Newton County and the Newton County Republican Central Committee, will be held Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at 6:30 P.M. at Big Spring Park, 308 West Spring St., Neosho, MO 64850.

The Free Watermelon Feed is open to all Republicans.  Ice cold watermelon, bottled water, and ice-cream made in Newton County by All Aboard Ice Cream Co. will be provided—free of charge (ice cream courtesy of Committee to Elect Ron Richard).   All you need to bring is your lawn chairs, appetite, and friends & neighbors.

State Representative Bill Reiboldt will give a report on the recent Pro-Life Special Session of the Missouri General Assembly.  Also guest speaking at the event is State Representative Paul Curtman.  Rep. Curtman, of Union, MO launched a U.S. Senate exploratory committee on July 13th.  There will be an election in November of 2018 for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Claire McCaskill.  Lt. Gov. Mike Parson is the featured speaker. We will update you with any additions to the guest speaker list.

A straw quiz will be available to those in attendance.  The straw quiz will serve as entry into a drawing for prizes.  Featured prizes include “Make America Great Again” hats,12 gauge & .22 ammunition.   The drawing will take place at the conclusion of the Free Watermelon Feed. 

In case of rain, the Free Watermelon Feed will be moved to the Lampo Building, 500 E Spring Street, Neosho, MO 64850 at 6:30 P.M. 

Bring your lawn chairs, appetite, and friends & neighbors.

 

Sincerely,

Nick Myers, Chairman
Newton County Central Committee

 

Wednesday
Nov162016

2016 Nov. 8 General Election Unofficial