Cobb County Republican Women's Club update...

Thanks to this month's luncheon sponsor!



Sheila J. Brower, CCRWC PresidentWe are very proud to announce our General Luncheon Meeting on July 24th at the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center located at 500 Powder Springs St. SW, Marietta, GA from 11:30-1:00 p.m. And, if you choose, come early and meet the candidates starting at 11:00 a.m. Our speaker for the meeting will be Ralph Reed, Chairman, Faith and Freedom Coalition… you don’t want to miss what he has to say.
    
As with our last meeting, we are taking all the safety precautions required and so is the Hilton. We are requesting that you wear your masks when you are going through registration. We are also asking that you PRE-REGISTER AND PAY IN ADVANCE due to social distancing rules and that you do this as soon as you can in order to plan the social distancing set-up based on registration numbers. We had a great attendance last time, gained many new members and we hope you will make plans to come out and join us. We would love to have you. Please go to www.CCRWC.org to register. 

We will also celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment which gave Women the right to vote. The Republican Party pioneered the right of women to vote and was consistent in its support throughout the long campaign for acceptance. It was the first major party to advocate equal rights for women and the principle of equal pay for equal work. 
 

A little more history that I received from the National Federation of Republican Women:

The Women’s Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, N.Y., in 1848 marked the beginning of the women’s suffrage movement in the United States. Two years later there was a nationwide meeting in Worcester, Mass. 

By 1870, the Massachusetts Republican State Convention had already seated two suffragists, Lucy Stone and Mary A. Livermore, as delegates. In addition, the National Republican Convention of 1872 approved a resolution favoring the admission of women to “wider fields of usefulness” and added that “the honest demand of this class of citizens for additional rights … should be treated with respectful consideration.” 

Wyoming, the state that pioneered women’s suffrage, sent two women, Therese A. Jenkins and Cora G. Carleton, to the 1892 Republican Convention in Minneapolis as alternate delegates. This was the first time women were seated at a Republican National Convention.

This convention was also the first to be addressed by a woman, J. Ellen Foster, chairman of the Women’s Republican Association of the United States. A strong believer in organization, Foster said her association had prepared work plans for women’s involvement in national politics. Copies were given to each delegate and alternate. “We are here to help you,” she declared, “and we are here to stay.” 


At the request of Susan B. Anthony, Sen. A.A. Sargent, a Republican from California, introduced the 19th Amendment in 1878. Sargent’s amendment (also known as the Susan B. Anthony Amendment) was defeated four times by a Democrat-controlled Senate. When the Republican Party regained control of Congress in 1919, the Equal Suffrage Amendment finally passed the House in May of that year and in the Senate in June. 

When the Amendment was submitted to the states, 26 of the 36 states that ratified it had Republican legislatures. Of the nine states that voted against ratification, eight were Democratic. Twelve states, all Republican, had given women full suffrage before the federal amendment was ratified. 

On August 18, 1920, Tennessee became the 36th and final state needed to ratify the amendment. The U.S. Secretary of State certified the amendment on Aug. 26, 1920.


We hope you will get out and VOTE ON AUGUST 11th

IF YOU WANT AN ABSENTEE BALLOT, GO TO absentee@cobbcounty.org. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at President@CCRWC.org or if you have questions regarding membership, contact our Membership Chair Lori Chastain at ccrwcmbrship@ccrwc.org

We will also have this information at the meeting and you can also go to our website to obtain a membership form at www.CCRWC.org.

May God continue to bless you all and keep you safe.  See you July 24th! MASK please when you check-in...

Sheila Brower
2020 CCRWC President
President@CCRWC.org or
sheilabrower@bellsouth.net

Thanks,

Sheila Brower
2020 CCRWC President

 


CCRWC Member Luncheon

The next luncheon will be Friday, July 24th.
 
*** ATTENTION ***
The Hilton is a COVID-compliant facility and works very hard to keep their establishment safe for all who visit. Please make sure you wear a mask while going through the cafeteria-style food line (food served by Hilton staff) and please do not move the dining chairs around. Out of respect for the Hilton and its staff, let's try not to do anything that may put them at risk of being non-compliant. RSVP ASAP so they can plan the seating arrangement. (Thank you.)
 

Guest Speaker: Ralph Reed

  • Ralph Reed is Chairman and CEO of Century Strategies, a public relations and public affairs firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C.
  • Senior Advisor to George W. Bush’s presidential campaigns in 2000 and 2004 and chaired the Southeast Region for Bush-Cheney in 2004. He served on the Faith Advisory Board for President Donald J. Trump in 2016 and 2020.
  • Founding Executive Director of the Christian Coalition from 1989 to 1997.
  • Founder and Chairman of Faith and Freedom Coalition, a pro-family public policy organization with 2.2 million members.
  • Author or editor of seven best-selling books. His columns have appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and National Review.
  • Reed earned a B.A. from the University of Georgia and Ph.D. in History from Emory University.
Bring a friend!
Be sure to RSVP to
ccrwcrsvp@ccrwc.org
 


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R.S.V.P. - To ensure that there is enough time to prepare for a successful meeting, please make your reservation by Friday, July 17th.
MEETING DETAILS The meeting takes place from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center located at 500 Powder Springs Street Southwest, Marietta, GA 30064. For directions, click HERE.
The 2020 luncheon schedule is as follows:

Download the 2020 Luncheon Schedule HERE.
RESERVATIONS Reservations are required.  To make a reservation, contact ccrwcrsvp@ccrwc.org. The cost for the monthly luncheon is:
  • Members  $23
  • Non-Members  $25
There is a charge for each person that attends our lunch events. The hotel charges per person and is not based on food count. Thank you for understanding and adhering to our club and contract commitments. Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted at the door. Make checks out to “CCRWC.” To pay online using PayPal, click HERE.
CANCELLATIONS - If you are unable to attend, please notify ccrwcrsvp@ccrwc.org at least 24 hours before the luncheon to avoid being billed.
NO-SHOWS - Because of the costs associated with the conference center, including the wait staff, setup, buffet, and other preparations for your space at a table, the following conditions apply:
  • If you make a reservation for a CCRWC luncheon and opt to pay cash at the door, but are a no-show, you will be billed.
  • Also, members will be billed for their guests who have made reservations, but are no-shows.


If you can't make it, click HERE to get a list of candidates running in November.
Get in touch with them and find out what they need to WIN in November.
Get more information at CobbElections.com.
 

Campaign Volunteer Hours

Now, you have a tool to make it easier to keep track of all of your hard work. The NFRW Campaign Committee is introducting a new, nationwide tracking system that allows each individual NFRW member to log campaign volunteer hours. No more hand writing and tallying hours.

You can use "Survey Monkey" to quickly and easily submit your hours online using this link:


Renew Your Membership

It's that time again... renew your CCRWC membership now. And while you're at it, invite a friend to join! Remember, when you become a member of CCRWC, you also automatically become a member of the GFRW and NFRW and invited to attend their events.
 
 

Announcements

  • Offices to be elected in 2020 HERE.

Upcoming Events

CCRWC 2020 Luncheon Schedule - HERE.

 

JUL 14 (TUE) - Reception for Rose Wing, Candidate for State House District 37

  • Hosted by Elizabeth Rhodes and Deanna Harris
  • TIME: 5:30-7:00 p.m.
  • PLACE: Dave Poe's BBQ, 660 Whitlock Ave, Marietta GA 30064
  • MORE INFO: HERE

JUL 15 (WED) - Biscuit Breakfast with Sheriff Neil Warren

  • Come-N-Get-It Restaurant, 1409 Church St. Ext NW, Marietta GA 30060
  • TIME: 7:30-10:00 a.m.
  • More info HERE.

AUG 1 (SAT) - Cobb GOP August Breakfast

AUG 11 (TUES) - 2020 General Primary Runoff 

  • More info HERE. And, get out the vote!

AUG 21 (FRI) - 11th District GAGOP 6th Annual Marksmanship and BBQ Event

  • TIME: 4:00 - 8:00 PM
  • More info HERE.

AUG 24-27 (MON-THU) - 2020 Republican National Convention

  • Charlotte,NC - Volunteers needed.
  • Republicans gather to re-nominate President Trump for four more great years in the White House. NFRW members are encouraged to run to be Delegates from their state. Volunteers will be utilized throughout the city, acting as ambassadors for the Charlotte Host Committee to welcome delegates and guests into the beautiful Queen City. Click here to learn about volunteer opportunities.

AUG 25 (TUES) - 36th Annual Cobb County Prayer Breakfast

  • Pay for tickets online HERE.
  • Coffee/Social: 6:30 AM
  • Breakfast/Program: 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM

AUG 28 (FRI) - CCRWC Luncheon

  • EMPOWERING THE WOMEN'S VOTE IN 2020: Speaker TBA

SEP 25 (FRI) - CCRWC Luncheon

  • EMPOWERING THE WOMEN'S VOTE IN 2020: Speaker TBA

NOV 20 (FRI) - CCRWC Luncheon

  • EMPOWERING THE WOMEN'S VOTE IN 2020: Speaker TBA
 

Sponsor A Monthly Luncheon!

See CCRWC 2020 Luncheon Schedule - HERE.
 

 



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