The Grundy County Republicans would like to invite you to attend our next meeting on August 29th at 7:00 PM at the AmericInn conference room. With the uncertainty and turmoil in our country today, it is more important than ever that each citizen get involved to help shape the future for our kids and grandkids. It is easy to become frustrated by our political process, where it seems that our voices are not heard and our concerns are given little attention. However, though imperfect, we do have a political system that allows all of us to have a voice by casting our vote for the candidates that we believe will best represent us and our views in our government, all the way from local government to the President.This ability to vote is a great symbol of our freedom and responsibility as Americans.
In this next election cycle, the Grundy County Republicans will be working hard to help elect leaders that will stand up and fight for the issues that matter.This is your chance to get involved to help make sure that the issues you are concerned about are put forward.It is easy to sit on the sidelines and watchevents happen, however,in this critical time in our country'shistory, weneed all Americans to get involvedtomake sure that we are making the changes necessary to leave a better country for our future generations.Each generation beforeus has met this obligation and now it is our turn toanswer that call.
Your local county GOP is a great way tostart getting involved and to get your voice heard. Wemeet the last Monday of every month at 7:00 PM. We recently launched a new website, www.grundycountygop.com, where you can go tofind the location ofthe meeting each month.It is our goal to hold at least one meeting in each community within the county so thateveryone has an opportunity to getinvolved.Whether you are a registeredRepublican, an independent or interested in switching sides because youwant to helpleave a betterAmerica forthe next generation, please come join usMonday, August 29th at 7:00 at the AmericInn.Thebattle for 2012 starts there.
Brian Wegmann, County Chairperson