We would like to thank everyone that bought tickets, those that helped sell the tickets and a special thanks to Tillamook Sporting Goods who provided the guns for the raffle, THANK YOU ALL!!
All Winners have been contacted and they’ve made their choices.
1st place – Jonathon Clawson Tillamook – Rugar Rifle .308 Winchester caliber
2nd place – Jenny Burt Tillamook (South Prairie Store) – Rugar Rifle .308 Winchester caliber
3rd place – Marlene Ackor Nehalem – Rugar LCP .380 auto caliber
4th place – Shelly May Tillamook – Rugar EC9 9mm caliber
5th place – Paul Zeller Tillamook – Rugar Rifle .270 Winchester caliber.
At the Tillamook PUD Building Carl Rawe meeting room (the first door inside the rear door) located at 1115 Pacific Avenue (Hwy 101 North) in Tillamook. The business meeting will start at7PM. Light refreshments will be provided by the Chair.
This will be the last regular meeting prior to the Tillamook County Fair. The theme this year is “Country Nights & Carnival Lights”.
We will be discussing where the status of the major bills in the legislature relating to firearms and taxes are, as well as mandatory vaccinations; HB 3063, HB 3427, HB 2020, HB 2007, SB 978 & SB 761. Preliminary discussions about the Tillamook Fair will also be discussed.
We will have fair raffle tickets available as well as a raffle for a “Trump Express” electric train set. As of this writing, we do not have a speaker scheduled.
Our guest speaker is US congressional candidate
Angela Roman who is running for District #5, Rep.
Kurt Schrader’s current position.
The focus of the April meeting will be to discuss the massive anti-firearm and new tax measures that the progressive/liberal majority in our legislature are trying to force down our throats. We need to redouble our efforts. It’s getting serious folks.
Jan. 3rd TCRCC Meeting 7:PM
Tillamook PUD Building Carl Rawe meeting room (the first door inside the rear door) located at 1115 Pacific Avenue (Hwy 101 North) in Tillamook. The business meeting will start at 7PM. Light refreshments will be provided by the Chair.
We will have two major goals for the upcoming year; first, to keep our Tillamook county constituents appraised of what is happening in the legislature and second, to re-brand our Conservative message toward the non-affiliated voters on the coastal strip that just didn’t vote this election cycle.
My personal candidate message of fiscal responsibility, transparency & legal governance resonated with our Conservative base but not to the more middle-of-the-road non-affiliated voter. The redistricting process, after the 2010 census, left our coastal districts with a 5-8 percentage point disadvantage (Dem-GOP). GOTV efforts are important but we will not win unless we attract the non-affiliated voter to simple fiscal reality. The Salem legislature does affect their daily lives.
It is time to discard the crying towels and get back to work with a new strategy, more energy and commitment to save our state and nation from the socialist agenda. We need to let Oregon and America do what they do best, release our shackled fiscal & individual liberties from tyranny and LET FREEDOM RING!!!