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28 Mar
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Former Senator Rick Santorum Headlines Next DCGOP Speaker Series

WAUKEE, IA— Dallas County Republicans are pleased to announce our next speaker for the Dallas County Spring Speaker Series. This is the third speaker of our Dallas County Speaker Series, and it will be held at the West Des Moines Marriott. The next headline speaker for the Dallas County Spring Speaker Series will be former Senator of Pennsylvania Rick Santorum on Wednesday, April 8th with doors opening at 5:30 pm. The remaining speakers will be announced at a later date along with their respective dates. “We are pleased to announce that former Senator of Pennsylvania Rick Santorum will join us at our next speaker series event. It is exciting to have 2012 caucus winner join us and speak to us about issues facing America today,” commented Chairman Tyler De Haan.

 

Tickets to the event are $25 dollars and may be purchased at the door (RSVP by emailing dcgopia@gmail.com) or by going to www.eventbrite.com (Dallas County). Discounted tickets can be purchased in a package deal, which includes tickets to all two remaining events for $40 dollars plus fees. All proceeds will go the Dallas County Republican Party to help fund voter registration, voter turnout and help all Republican candidates in Dallas County. “We are very excited about hosting former Senator Rick Santorum as part of the Spring Speaker Series. Feedback from event attendees has been fantastic!. As an example, a parent wrote that his daughter originally just wanted to attend for her government class at school but has recently taken a big interest in the upcoming presidential race after attending.” replied Co-Chairman John Strathman.

 

Doors will open starting at 5:30 pm, with remarks from the speaker beginning at 6:00 pm and the event concluding at 7:00 pm. A cash bar and light snacks will also be provided as part of the events. More information about upcoming Dallas County Speaker Series events will be released at a later date.

09 Mar
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Texas Governor Rick Perry To Headline Next Dallas County Speaker Series Event

WAUKEE, IA— Dallas County Republicans are pleased to announce our next speaker for the Dallas County Spring Speaker Series. This is the second speaker of our Dallas County Speaker Series, and it will be held at the West Des Moines Marriott. The next headline speaker for the Dallas County Spring Speaker Series will be former Governor of Texas Rick Perry on Thursday, March 19th with doors opening at 5:30 pm. The remaining speakers will be announced at a later date along with their respective dates. “We are pleased to announce that former Governor of Texas Rick Perry will join us at our next speaker series event. We look forward to hearing about the Governor’s accomplishments as chief executive of the State of Texas along with his vision for America,” commented Chairman Tyler De Haan.

 

Tickets to the event are $25 dollars and may be purchased at the door (RSVP by emailing dcgopia@gmail.com) or by going to www.eventbrite.com (Dallas County). Discounted tickets can be purchased in a package deal, which includes tickets to all three remaining events for $65 dollars plus fees. All proceeds will go the Dallas County Republican Party to help fund voter registration, voter turnout and help all Republican candidates in Dallas County. “We are very excited about hosting former Governor Rick Perry as part of the Spring Speaker Series. This is a great opportunity for voters to meet Governor Perry, to hear his vision for America and to ask questions about key issues that face our country,” replied Co-Chairman John Strathman.

 

Doors will open starting at 5:30 pm, with remarks from the speaker beginning at 6:00 pm and the event concluding at 7:00 pm. A cash bar and light snacks will also be provided as part of the events. More information about upcoming Dallas County Speaker Series events will be released at a later date.

 

25 Jan
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Dallas County Speaker Series Kicks Off With Governor Chris Christie

DALLAS COUNTY GOP ANNOUNCES SPRING SPEAKER SERIES

 

WAUKEE, IA— Dallas County Republicans are pleased to announce the upcoming Dallas County Spring Speaker Series. The Dallas County Spring Speaker Series will held at the West Des Moines Marriott and will have five speaker events over the course of the next four months. The first headline speaker for the Dallas County Spring Speaker Series will be Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie on Monday, February 9th starting at 5:30 pm. Several more speakers will be announced in the coming days along with their respective dates. “It is very exciting and humbling to have Governor Chris Christie headline our first event. We look forward to hosting the governor in Iowa’s fastest growing county and learning about his policies that have helped the citizens of New Jersey,” commented Chairman Tyler De Haan

 

Tickets to the event will be $25 dollars at the door, or you can RSVP by emailing dcgopia@gmail.com or you can purchase tickets by going to www.eventbrite.com (dallas county). Discounted tickets can be purchased in a package deal, which includes tickets to all five events for $100 dollars or $20 dollars per ticket. All proceeds will go the Dallas County Republican Party to help fund voter registration, voter turnout and help all Republican candidates in Dallas County. “We are very excited about hosting these candidates as part of the Spring Speaker Series. As the fastest growing county in the State of Iowa, we look forward to hearing these candidates share their vision for America and how it will help young families continue to experience and live the American Dream,” replied Co-Chairman John Strathman.

 

Doors will open starting at 5:30 pm, with remarks from the speaker beginning at 6:00 pm and concluding by 6:30 pm. A cash bar and light snacks will also be provided as part of the events. More information about upcoming Dallas County Speaker Series events will be released at a later date.

 

23 Jan
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Dallas County GOP announces leadership team for 2016 election cycle

Congratulations to the new Dallas County Executive Committee Team elected to serve during the 2015-2016 election cycle.

They are:

Tyler De Haan, Chair
John Strathman, Co-Chair
Cate Bryan, Secretary
Jon McAvoy, Treasurer

19 Sep
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Dallas County Early Voting Locations Announced

SATELLITE VOTING STATIONS FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION

Gene Krumm, Dallas County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections hereby sets the following satellite absentee voting stations. Any Dallas County Resident interested in casting an absentee ballot for the General Election to be held November 4, 2014 will have opportunity to do so at any of the following locations. A voter’s name, party or address change may be made any time during satellite voting.

October 13 – 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
St. Boniface Church, 1200 Warrior Lane, Waukee

October 13 – 12:00 noon – 6:00 pm
Perry Public Library, 1101 Willis Ave., Perry

October 15 – 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Dahls, 15500 Hickman Road, Clive                       

October 21 – 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
St. Francis of Assisi, St. Claire Room, 7075 Ashworth Rd., West Des Moines

11 Sep
0

Dallas County Annual GOP Steak Fry Announced

NEWS UPDATE

Dallas County Republican Party, P.O. Box 1015, Waukee, Iowa 50263

www.DallasCountyGOP.org

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, September 10th

 

CONTACT: Christi Taylor Chair                         515-710-7717

                  Tyler De Haan Co-Chair                    515-306-4906

 

DALLAS COUNTY GOP ANNOUNCES DATE FOR ANNUAL STEAK FRY DINNER WITH HEADLINE SPEAKER LT. GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS

 

WAUKEE, IA— Dallas County Republicans are pleased to announce the upcoming Annual Steak Fry Dinner and Pie Auction that will be held at Waukee South Middle School in Waukee, Iowa, on Tuesday, September 30th. Doors will open at 5:15 pm with dinner beginning at 6:00 pm. Waukee South Middle School is located at  2350 SE LA Grant Pkwy, Waukee, IA 50263. The Annual Steak Fry Dinner will feature Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds as the headline speaker. Several GOP candidates will also be addressing the crowd, including Congressional Candidate David Young, Iowa Attorney General candidate Adam Gregg, Secretary of State Candidate Paul Pate and Iowa Treasurer candidate Sam Clovis. Several state and county candidates will also be in attendance. “It is great to be able to have Lt. Governor Reynolds speak at the Dallas County Steak Fry. As the fastest growing county in Iowa, it is important that we have a strong Republican GOP effort in 2014,” stated Chair Christi Taylor.

 

Tickets to the event will be $35 dollars per person which can be purchased at the door the night of the event. The event will include a catered dinner and a chance to meet and greet a robust group of Republican candidates and state and local office holders. After the dinner and the speeches have concluded there will be a pie auction, the proceeds of which benefits will help Dallas County Republicans support both local and statewide Republican candidates in 2014 elections and beyond. “It is important with a lot of young families moving into Dallas County each year, that the Dallas County Republicans are able to effectively communicate our message that pro-economic growth and limited government policies help create the quality of life that the residents of Dallas County enjoy today,” replied Co-Chair Tyler De Haan

 

 

06 Sep
0

House Party for David Young

Please join us for a reception supporting
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE
DAVID YOUNG

 

 

 

Thursday, September 18th from 6:00pm – 7:30pm

 

at the home of
Gary and Shelley Pitts
34454 Edgewater Circle | Cumming, IA| 50061

 

 

Host: $1,000 | Sponsor: $500 | Supporter: $250 | Guest: $100

Please make checks payable to:  Young for Iowa | PO Box 162 | Van Meter, IA | 50261
RSVP to: Stephanie@youngforiowa.com  or 515-996

28 Aug
0

Dallas County GOP Night at Victory Office

Every Monday night until Tuesday, November 4th will be DCGOP Night at the Urbandale Victory Office. You can make phone calls or door knock, which ever you prefer. Download Apps that help you coordinate walking lists on your phone or Ipad.

Every little bit helps as we march forward to victory in the fall.

 

The Victory office is located at 2775 86th Street, Urbandale IA 50322 or contact Eric Baker at 515-957-1898 or eric@iowagop.org

27 Aug
0

Help Support Iowa’s Team

As election day approaches lets all work together to help elect all Republicans from the State House to the Courthouse. Below is a link to our Slate of GOP candidates for Statewide office!

Team Iowa GOP

 

More information can be found at www.iowagop.org

 

 

25 Jul
0

Local officials play blind beep ball

Dallas County and area elected officials hosted the Iowa Reapers, a blind baseball team, in a charity scrimmage Sunday in Waukee. After the game, the officials chipped in their own money to help the Reapers travel to the National Beep Baseball World Series, which will be held in Minnesota August 3-10.

Members of the officials team included: Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart, Dallas County Sheriff Chad Leonard, Dallas County Supervisor Mark Hanson, State Senator Charles Schneider, Urbandale Mayor Bob Andeweg, Waukee City Councilman Rick Peterson, Waukee City Councilman Brian Harrison, Clive City Councilman Mike McCoy, Former Waukee City Councilman Isaiah McGee, Dallas County GOP Co-Chair Tyler DeHaan.

See DCN post here.

"The Rock"

“The Rock”

Sheriff Chad Leonard swinging and missing.

Sheriff Chad Leonard swinging and missing.

Supervisor Mark Hanson swinging and missing.

Supervisor Mark Hanson swinging and missing.

Reaper pitcher Frank Guerra.

Reaper pitcher Frank Guerra.

Dallas County Republican Officials and the Iowa Reapers.

Dallas County Republican Officials and the Iowa Reapers prior to the game. The Reapers won 6-2.

Tyler DeHaan digging in

Tyler DeHaan digging in

Senator Schneider attempting to find the base.

Senator Schneider attempting to find the base.

Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart swinging and missing

Dallas County Recorder Chad Airhart swinging and missing

Dallas County Supervisor Mark Hanson stumbling over the base. He was safe.

Dallas County Supervisor Mark Hanson stumbling over the base. He was safe.

Photos by Terry Snyder.

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