Documents for Sharing
Fighting Racism (poster featured at 2021 County Fair)
View and download our poster detailing the long history of Republicans fighting racism: click here.
Truth about Energy and Climate Change (detailed brochure)
View and download this scientific fact sheet to help in fighting the prevalent liberal disinformation: click here.
Information for Viewing
View this documentary exploring our beautiful Constitution, and We the People's relationship to it...Learn more about what YOUR powers really are: click here.
Uncle Tom (movie)
A collection of interviews with black, conservative thinkers, providing an alternative perspective of what it means to be black in America: click here.
SOCIAL MEDIA RESOURCES
Their primary purpose is educating women about politics in a very comfortable atmosphere. Republican Women’s clubs are a very good way to be involved and make a difference. Through outreach and advocacy, they can make a difference! The women regularly meet with legislators, attend hearings, and support candidates that support a vision of hope.
To contact your elected official – please go to the Wisconsin GOP site to view their contact information.
Wisconsin Young Republicans (WIYR) provides its members a unique opportunity to meet government office holders, key decision makers in society, and like-minded individuals in their own community, state, and across the nation. This interaction allows for the exchange of ideas, networking (both for political and non-political purposes), and friendships that will last a lifetime.
This group has been created for the purpose of connecting the younger generation in Washington County who believe in the principles this country was founded upon and to raise awareness of the struggles and battles we face locally and nationally. We believe that our country was founded on democracy, freedom and morality.
The Young Republicans (YRs) are the oldest political youth organization in the United States. Important to the growth of the Republican Party, the YRs reach out to registered Republicans, 18 to 40 years of age, and provide them with better political knowledge and understanding of the issues of the day.
It all started with people who opposed slavery. They were common, everyday people who bristled at the notion that men had any right to oppress their fellow man. In the early 1850’s, these anti-slavery activists found commonality with rugged individuals looking to settle in western lands, free of government charges. “Free soil, free labor, free speech, free men,” went the slogan. And it was thus in joint opposition to human enslavement and government tyranny that an enterprising people gave birth to the Republican Party.