GROW Elect Update
Roundtable Discussion with Congressman Carlos Curbelo
GROW Elect is proud to announce our roundtable discussion with Congressman Carlos Curbelo on February 18, 2016 in San Diego. Congressman Curbelo is a dynamic young Latino Republican who won a hard-fought, surprise victory against a Democrat incumbent in a Democrat leaning district. He is one of Nancy Pelosi’s top targets in 2016. Join us as we discuss the 2016 election cycle, and efforts of groups like GROW Elect in strengthening the party.
There is no cost for the event, but space is limited and RSVP is required. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating.
Important Deadlines Approaching for Local Candidates Across California
The filing period for those interested in running for local office this year is fast approaching. The filing is open from February 15 to March 11 for June elections in California. Declaration of Candidacy and Nomination Paper s are due no later than March 11. We can help with filing requirements and provide early critical support to candidates. If you are planning to run for local office this year, please contact us as soon as possible at email@example.com.
Run for Republican County Central Committee
If you are not ready to run for local office, but want to make a positive impact, we suggest running for your county central committee.
The county central committees are the backbone of the state party, and involvement with party leaders and activists can help future potential candidates in their campaigns for local office. It is a good first step for those interested in serving their local communities in an elected position in the future.
Contact us at GROW Elect if you are interested and we will navigate you through the requirements and process. Together we will build a stronger Republican Party and a stronger state of California.
GROW Elect President Ruben Barrales meeting with Republicans across the state
GROW Elect President Ruben Barrales continues to meet with Republican activists across the state to discuss the 2016 elections, identify new Republican candidates, and to explain how all active Republicans can be a part of our effort to strengthen the Republican Party. Next week he will be in San Diego County at the North County Republican Coalition gathering on Monday, February 15th, and in Los Angeles County at the Puente Hills Republican Women Federated event on Thursday, February 18th. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org